Depicting the British airborne raid in 1942 to capture the German Wurtzburg RADAR at Bruneval, France. The map is fairly accurate and the number of men...
Today is the Independence Day of Finland. This day in 1917, after an rough road Finland gained it's independence.
Not only the road to independence was rough. In 1918 Finland went trough a bloody civil war, which divided the country until start of the Winter War in 1939.
Finland lost 20% of it's territory after the World War II. The cost was heavy for such small nation, many did not come back from the war.
Now to the modification, this is the first news update on the Finnish Front 1939-1945 mod. In this update we'll be telling you some things about the release of the mod (release date is still TBD).
The first release will contain 3 short campaigns set in different parts of the Continuation War. In addition to the single player content there will be 3 totally changed factions, which have been edited to reflect the troops in the Finnish Front.
The progress has been going fast the last weeks, many skins have been added. Many haven't been shown yet, more of that later!
For those who haven't noticed, we posted the main menu video, which was edited from Finnish Army news footage.
Now to the "propaganda", we are recruiting mappers, mission scripters & modelers to help with the development of the modification. If you have some of the skills and want to help, send message to the Co-Leader [John-Smith.]
Highest Rated (12 agree) 8/10
Assault Squad is essentially the shinier more visually appealing version of Men of War, I dont find that it adds a lot other than the skirmish mode, some new maps. some new units, and some new models replacing pre-existing ones. It's not exactly groundbreaking however, seeing as it pretty much builds off of the success of it's predecessor, I'm really not even sure why Assault squad was even made, my guess was targetting a streamlined Multiplayer platform, but the game is equally popular as a singleplayer…
Aug 8 2011, 7:32pm by Kastrenzo
Lowest Rated (11 agree) 3/10
Men of War is successful because each game naturally generates its own narrative. It is brilliant because it has character. It is great because (in campaign missions at least) you feel attached to your troops. Assault Squad is Men of War minus all of this, and is horrid. Its lone addition is the new Skirmish mode: a depressing, soulless grind against entrenched AI. Instead of wire-tight combat against a fellow human comes wave after wave of artificially buffed but simple-minded robots; in place…
May 9 2011, 5:36pm by Varsity