No Surrender: Battle of the Bulge PC

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  • Summary: Command both Axis and Allied forces where strategy, historical accuracy, and fiercely intense military assaults transport you directly to World War II frontline action. Face epic battles involving the "Brandenburg Regiment" (Germans camouflaged as Americans), the seven ominous roads toCommand both Axis and Allied forces where strategy, historical accuracy, and fiercely intense military assaults transport you directly to World War II frontline action. Face epic battles involving the "Brandenburg Regiment" (Germans camouflaged as Americans), the seven ominous roads to Bastogne, and P47 Thunderbolt versus ME 262 air strikes. Plan your attack based on historically accurate battlefields drawn from authentic strategic maps, geographic information, and images from the battles themselves. Deploy over 85 different units with diverse characteristics and capabilities - includes riflemen, artillery, tanks, and air support. Tackle true-life missions. Immerse yourself in three historically authentic, single-player campaigns and 20 exciting missions or explore 10 multiplayer maps, via LAN or Internet. Think strategically. Use the pause feature to maximize strategic maneuvers and issue multiple orders per units. Grapple with a variety of battlefield conditions. Contend with severe snowy conditions that impact troop and vehicle movement. Defend and attack in urban settings and in the countryside. [Kudosoft] Expand
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  1. With a high overhead view, it is accurate to say that playing No Surrender is like playing with toy soldiers because the scale of your fighting units is small and toy-like. True enough, only this time and in this game your opponent is not some 6-year-old and the battlefield is not the bare terrain of your family room floor.
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    Though twice as expensive, a far more exhilarating and satisfying experience can be had with Relic's "Company of Heroes." It also does not bode well for advocates of the game when Ubisoft itself doesn't have the game available for download on its official site.
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  1. Devo6
    Sep 22, 2005
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    Information overload! Thank god for the pause button. Must learn to use the queue commands feature. Sometimes you'll need to order men Information overload! Thank god for the pause button. Must learn to use the queue commands feature. Sometimes you'll need to order men and vehicles to move or do something 2 or 3 times cause they freeze up. Can't play on one side, you'll either play a scenario for the Germans and one for the Allies. Expand