I just read the interview over at wargamers and saw pictures of the manuals. They seem to be printed very eye-friendy (i.e. large fonts, good paper, good printing) which is very good news - usually, manuals shipped with boxed versions, are printed in too small fonts for me to be readable (that's why I stopped buying boxed and switched to digital only). Now imagine having to read all this as pdf... which isn't very user-friendly either... err, meaning, who takes the laptop into bed for reading, or to some other place were one is usually sitting around alone...
I also read the release will be without AI which means this will be a human vs.human play only thing... Something new to me as well...
But it is definitely something to ponder about getting...
wodin, customs applied to computer games? Don't know about British customs regulations, but over here in this little landlocked country, I never had to pay any custom duties for the few boxed games I purchased from matrixgames. I wonder why...
"A big butcher's bill is not necessarily evidence of good tactics"
- Wavell's reply to Churchill, after the latter complained about faint-heartedness, as he discovered that British casualties in the evacuation from Somaliland had been only 260 men.