From: Bedfordshire UK
PS There is plenty of flavour, for instance in assigning replacements, each nation and each type of unit has a separate pool. Applying the replacements is a one-click action, but the decision has consequences, you have lots of Allied infantry grunts, but not many paratroopers, or commandos, some nations have less or no replacements available. You might have an elite unit which you really want to use, but if it suffers high casualties you cannot replace them, or there will be a delay in getting the replacements. The system is simple, but are you going to use a highly capable unit, or a less capable unit that has many more replacements available, it could be a long campaign, which will you use.
The Allies have US, British, Canadian, New Zealand, French, Indian, Polish, Greek, Brazilian, plus the counter set has other nations that I haven't seen yet. This game has more flavours than a pizza.
< Message edited by Rasputitsa -- 6/6/2017 9:37:19 PM >
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