From: Northwestern Georgia, USA
The more I play the game, the more enjoyable I find intel and information gathering.
...and the more useful I find that information - critical even.
...and the more I learn how the other side can use it to create misinformation.
Man, it's a blast and it's rich and it adds an incredible element to the game (and I don't even use Tracker or any other device).
witpqs is right - the Allies get much less useful information in the game than they got in real life. In real life, they usually knew where the KB was, or at least where it wasn't, for instance. You don't get that very often in the game, unless your opponent discloses his carriers through ignorance or an important mission.
< Message edited by Canoerebel -- 2/16/2011 2:15:44 PM >
"Rats set fire to Mr. Cooper’s store in Fort Valley. No damage done." Columbus (Ga) Enquirer-Sun, October 2, 1880.