Sure, I just donīt relate "ease of play" on a PC, with wargames in general. If one knows whats out there, and whats new and upcoming, then maybe one can have a better understanding at what to look for in a wargame, be it PC or not. Just my opinion though.
After all, wargaming has to do with being social, meeting people, and sharing your experiences etc. Not that everybody feels that way, which is fine with me, but this is a wargaming thread (forum), with specific game sub-forums. Where else do you want to talk about "other" wargames that are not specific to Matrix? Or read about any news related to wargames? Aside from enriching the hobby for others, and giving more exposure for the forum, thus Matrix gaming, itīs a healthy and social way for others to be informed and give comments. It has nothing to do with going digital...
Yes, itīs not the best video review of the game, but here again, it shows that a mistake can cost you a unit and or lose the game. Ever wished you didnīt move that pawn in a chess game? You made a mistake doing so, should have though it out better but now itīs done. I doubt the AI has such mistakes, and even if they did, itīs not going to tell you out loud.
Thanks for your comments.
darn spelling! Yeah, humman LOL
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