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Back to News Listing Armored Brigade Reviews What do they say?

Posted: Friday, November 23, 2018 by Daniele Meneghini

Type: News

Armored Brigade has been released just a week ago, but it has already been praised in many reviews covering the game. Its well-balanced design combining huge flexibility with depth and the sheer number of units and equipment at disposal of the players has proven to be a winning formula.

So it is not surprising that the developer’s commitment to creating this highly-detailed wargame has been recognized on many occasions.

Look at this list of reviews below, are you ready to take the Cold War into your hands?

 

Wargamer.com

"Armored Brigade is a game that makes you feel smart. Beneath the dense web of unit stats and a bevy of modern military hardware lies a title that really makes you feel like God’s gift to tactics"

"Armored Brigade is overflowing with wargaming goodness, chief of which is the huge assortment of units and environments to use them in, followed by the joy of ordering around formations of autonomous and relatively self-sufficient units. Better yet, this is a relatively accessible game, and anyone with even a passing familiarity with either RTS or traditional wargames will be able to come to grips with the essential mechanics in no-time"

 

 

AWargamersNeedFullThing

 "Armored Brigade is out and wargamers around the world are thankful during this season of thanks. It is an adult sized toy chest filled with wargaming goodness for those of us who enjoy gaming a fictional World War III"

 

NoDiceNoGlory.com

"For those that love to play Team Yankee and wonder what to do when there isn’t a game available, we now have Armored Brigade from Slitherine/Matrix Games [...] My first thoughts, after I played a game, was that it reminded me of the Harpoon PC game from the 90’s"

 

 

OutofEight


"Armored Brigade is a fantastic tactical strategy game with a unique battle generator that ensures huge replay value, along with manageable mechanics and solid AI"

Gamepedia

"If games like Close Combat or Steel Panthers get your goat, then you should absolutely check out Armored Brigade"

 

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