DamnHe's dead, Talorgan.
And I just gave them the excuse they needed for a whole other review.
Hey Ltgentanz,Bros. I love this site and visit often.
Rehashing the same articles with a few words or link is pretty boring. Why not do an AAR with people writing on the site? Post an historical article from time to time?
Thanks for the heads up! We'll look into it and, if there's definitely nothing to be hone, we'll remove it.Jutland Pro does not belong here. Maybe it did once, but the development team has totally abandoned it (and their entire product line, including their propertiary launcher client which is needed to run their games and doesn’t work anymore). It is totally nonfunctional on any modern OS and I’m not sure given the present state of technical support it even works on Windows XP/7 anymore. Unfortunate, as it looks to once have been quite good. But you literally can’t even play it now.
We mainly focus on PC games here, which is why it's not in the main list. You'll note it's mentioned in the first section, though, as you're right it is a good game. If and when it comes to PC, it'll be promoted to the main list and it'll get a dedicated write up. We've covered it more on our mobile website, Pocket Tactics.Wow, you really blew it by not highlighting Carrier Battles 4 Guadalcanal. I'm a 30-year grognard on the subject (my grandfather served with the Seabees there), and that is the best game on the subject I've ever played - board or computer. It's also the most interesting period of the Pacific War, because the two sides are evenly matched. On either side of this period, it's either a one-sided blitz against ill-prepared Allied forces, or slaughtering hordes of ill-trained Japanese rookie pilots until the inevitable collapse/mop-up operation. But Mid-42? Both sides had a real chance to win, and that's what makes this game (and the underlying historical period) fascinating. If you have an iOS device and even the tiniest interest in wargaming or the underlying subject matter, the game is an *absolute* must-have.
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