I have Case Blue, Blitzkrieg, and Operation Barbarossa, I find all three to be enjoyable [right now I am strongly preferring Case Blue and have played it for over 100 hours, but I also enjoy the other two], and I was wondering, what is next?
I have Gary Grigsby, both War in the East and War in the West [I just bought the west and have yet to launch it]. I have played around with the War in the East and it seems I must first really sit down and read the 300-400 page manual because the game is not intuitive and cannot be learned by doing/playing.
I like that with Case Blue the tutorial + skimming the manual + doing/playing results in knowing what is necessary. One doesn't have to read the entire manual from front to back as though it were a novel, it is sufficient to load the PDF of the manual and use it as a reference when it is needed.
I would like to see a Decisive Campaigns 1941-1945 covering the entire German-Soviet War, or at least 1943-1945, or perhaps from Operation Bagration forward.
I like the scale and depth of Gary Grigsby, but I find Decisive Campaigns to be more accessible and intuitive.
It would be great to see a Decisive Campaigns War in the East, covering the entire war, and it would be well worth anywhere from $50 to $100 for such a game, at least to me it would be.
Also, the Decisive Campaigns games are easily modded [at least I find them easy to do basic modifications to], and this is another great selling point.