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A Preview from Rock, Paper, Shotgun - 7/6/2012 11:18:19 PM   
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"The latest hexample to land in my lap is a preview build of upcoming Eastern Front heavyweight Decisive Campaigns: Case Blue. Naturally drawn to boldness and economy in wargame design, I approached the game’s dense counter-clogged battlelines with a degree of trepidation. Happily, after an hour or two of patient pocketing and stately Schwerpunkting, I have to admit I’m really rather impressed.

If Unity of Command has left you yearning for something a little grander – a less piecemeal portrait of the 1942-43 fighting at the Stalingrad end of Europe – then Case Blue could be just the ticket. While the basics are deeply traditional (48hr IGOUGO turns. Brigade-sized units. Action points…) a host of ingenious embellishments give the VR Designs design plenty of personality, depth and flavour."

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RE: A Preview from Rock, Paper, Shotgun - 7/7/2012 5:27:33 PM   
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Great right up by Tim Stone, his weekly Flare Path is a must read.

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