Tales of Valor includes new units, additional maps and further multiplayer modes, such as 'Stonewall', where the player commands a small number of troops against waves of increasingly difficult enemies, and a feature called "direct-fire", where the player 'Points and shoots'.

Bobbymax says

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Short poor and unintersting campaigns, what's the purpose of controlling a Tiger that fires every second or an infantry squad that can destroy vehicles and own dozens of ennemy soldiers in few seconds ?
Some new useless units but new cool gamemodes, that's the only good thing.

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