Hihi . The campaign was tested for errors, but not for difficulty- so any feedback along that line will be greatly appreciated. Is is too easy? too hard? And does it fit into your conception of what playing Axis at that time should be like?
I'd love to try this, but can you put it in another format besides rar files?
Love the scenarios. I'm no expert but was able to beat the AI on the first runs. A problem is that the AI infantry most of the time don't move and change positions. The artillery usage of the AI was excellent however as has been the mortars.
But in those streets the AI was just sitting and waiting. It might have been a problem because most of the time I lost my infantry advancing to the towns but still could capture the victory locations.
Maybe some more infantry hidden in the houses?
Played the first scenario - very enjoyable. Interesting to run into captured Italian tanks - I'll sure you can change the sound bank in squads csv so they speak English but then if you have my as Italians in another scenario they will still speak English...
Looking forward to playing some more.
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I liked this campaign very much. It was tough and that's what it should be.
Sometimes AI could be a bit more intelligent when attacking a stronghold but nevertheless it was most entertaining and also challenging.
And I also want to say that briefings and intros are very well done, too.
Now I'm waiting deliberately for Operation Barbarossa, the Kursk Battle and Normandy Invasion from Axis view....
I thought this was a very well done campaign! Yes it was tough, but I would rather have a go at it and not a cake walk
I took a beating from the AI in the middle ground. The AI used their mortars and support weapon systems VERY WELL!
Thanks for the time you invested do this
I do think that having the means to deploy your forces would be a plus