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  • Summary: The Sudden Strike 4: Complete Collection offers fans the ultimate WWII strategy experience, containing the main game plus all DLCs: Battle of Kursk, Road to Dunkirk, Finland – Winter Storm, Africa – Desert War and The Pacific War. Experience realistic real-time strategy gameplay withThe Sudden Strike 4: Complete Collection offers fans the ultimate WWII strategy experience, containing the main game plus all DLCs: Battle of Kursk, Road to Dunkirk, Finland – Winter Storm, Africa – Desert War and The Pacific War. Experience realistic real-time strategy gameplay with tactical depth across 11 campaigns with over 45 missions. Expand
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  1. Sep 19, 2019
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    The Sudden Strike 4: Complete Collection offers the ultimate World War II strategy experience, containing the main Sudden Strike 4 releaseThe Sudden Strike 4: Complete Collection offers the ultimate World War II strategy experience, containing the main Sudden Strike 4 release along with all of previously released DLCs: Battle of Kursk, Road to Dunkirk, Finland: Winter Storm, Africa: Desert War and The Pacific War. The Complete Collection sends you off on 11 campaigns, with over 45 missions and more than 200 different units to deploy on the battlefields of World War II. If you're not familiar with the series, Sudden Strike 4 doesn't allow you to produce units from buildings. Instead, you get reinforcements at certain points during the mission, and you're forced to rely on combat medics and first aid kits to keep your units in tact or alive. I ended up preferring the change after playing as going back to your barracks every couple of minutes to queue stacks of infantry gets really repetitive and it's not well-suited to a war game where you're looking for historical immersion. It also adds tactical depth as you really have to be attentive to each soldier or unit you have, and you have to protect your medics. This keeps balance rather than guns blazing at all times on the enemy. It's like being an actual combat officer as you're responsible for the lives of each individual soldier under your command. If you aren't attentive then you won't be able to accomplish your mission. The game is easy it is to pick up and play and quite a thrilling experience to play. It has the quality and fun I've come to expect from Kalypso, and this is an excellent addition for fans of the genre to add to their Xbox One library. Expand