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  • Summary: World War II Frontline Command is an action strategy title set within the era of World War II that will appeal to all levels of PC gamers and war enthusiasts. The game opens with the player dropping paratroopers into Europe to disrupt the entrenched Axis forces ahead of the main invasion forces set to land on D-Day. Players must take command of their forces and turn the tide of Axis aggression while conquering fortress Europe, using a vast amount of authentic infantry, vehicles and weaponry. [Strategy First] Expand
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  1. Positive: 8 out of 16
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  1. That, then, is the real triumph here; an RTS game that allows you the ability to do very complex things but doesn't have an interface which it'll take weeks to learn.
  2. It's a cracking title, which makes excellent use of its 3D premise for genuine gameplay improvement. Its rendering of battlefields is superb and strategical, and ranks up there as one of the most enjoyable RTS titles we've been fortunate enough to play this year.
  3. Though a tired premise, this game gets just about everything right, offering deep gameplay, excellent strategy, and enemy AI that is both adaptive and unique.
  4. 70
    You'll need to be patient to get into this game (even in multiplayer) but the perseverance is worth it as the interface, mechanics and AI combine for what is, for the most part, a decent strategy title.
  5. Innovative features lift this game above mediocrity - but not by much. [Oct 2003, p.108]
  6. This game is not for action addicts. At times it can be deep and rewarding and at other times it can be boring and redundant. Compared to a good, mindless shooter, World War II: Frontline Command is like playing war on a speadsheet.
  7. As far as intuitive interfaces go, this one is about as user-friendly as the Russian "Lada" service booklet.

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