The second part of the Live Action Review by Jean Marciniak is up!
Posted: Monday, October 21, 2013 by Filippo Chianetta
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For decades, North Korean elites have tried to make their Armed Forces strong enough to discourage any possible foreign intervention. The main strategy adopted so far has been to increase missile capabilities, both to threaten border nations and for self-defense.
But recent news is confirming the fear that the Pyongyang’s regime has made significant progresses in developing an intercontinental rocket, making its reprisals harder to predict and counter.
This new menace has forced Washington and Moscow to put into action their own Contingency plans, and no one knows how this conflict will escalate.
Do you want to watch Agrippa Maxentius play Order of Battle: Blitzkrieg live and get a chance to win free keys for the Order of Battle DLCs?
Today we have the pleasure to publish an interview with Mr, Johan Nagel, game designer and developer of the upcoming Afghanistan '11 and head of Every Single Soldier studio.
He'll talk in detail of Afghanistan '11 - building and innovating on its predecessor Vietnam '65 and set in Afghanistan.
Welcome back, fellow wargamers! We had a very busy week here at Matrix!
We had a worrying reportage from North Korea, screenshots coming from the upcoming Ageod game, a Cold War wargame in developing and a "Garand" Update!
Waste no time!
The first official update of Strategic Command WWII: War in Europe is finally available for download!
The “Garand” Update brings a huge list of bug fixes and improvements, thanks to the extraordinary amount of feedback coming from the community!
Innovation in wargames is a hard thing to achieve. New ideas are rare and it’s even rarer to find new development studios willing to bring these ideas to life. Nevertheless, once in a while, someone comes along with an innovative concept, a different approach.
Armored Brigade is one of these rare projects that are the best candidates to evolve an entire market.