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Sep 9, 2008 | 2:53 PM EDT
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Advance Wars is one of the best strategy games out there. I really enjoyed playing through each of the series but have always found that there were several things that bothered me about the gameplay. Inspired by Advance Wars, I set out to build a turn-based strategy game that addressed those gameplay issues and Battalion: Nemesis is the result.

If you've played Advance Wars, you'll notice that Nemesis encourages riskier and more aggressive tactics. Many of the units have special bonuses for attacking and recovering from a successful assault is easier with the repair-anywhere system. Naval invasions are as easy as a few clicks, and the result is some really intense battles with the wide array of specialized units. Actions are quicker, mistakes are less painful, but having a solid tactical plan is still the key to success.

If you've never played Advance Wars, then you're missing out on some of the best turn based strategy goodness available. If you like Nemesis, you need to go to your local video game store and pick any of the Advance Wars games as they are required gaming for strategy fans.

Reviews


CubbarooneyCubbarooney

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 4, 2012

Wonderful game! I personaly love Advance Wars (although, I love Fire Emblem much more) and think that it is one of the best games for the GBA (if not one of the best EVER). This game is clearly inspired by Advanced Wars, however makes this game makes the style its own. I highly recommend this game to those who love strategy, outwitting their opponent, and clever game play.

There are a few flaws, such as when you move a target you don't move then attack (like you do in Advance Wars). This creates problems for someone who is used to Advance Wars because you often move a unit close to the enemy, but fail to attack. This just gives power to the foe and I found myself restarting a few times. You quickly (after restarting 20 times :P) learn to move correctly.

Wonderful game and I look forward to playing the sequals!


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PitfallPitfall

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 1, 2012

awesome! I love advance wars! This is a very good emulation of it.



landingslandings

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 14, 2012

did well...
you did miss some topics like if all units are Damageable by some but no other you need to even the cost
and if the oil refineries are producing 240 and 120 why would you only get 40 and 80

OVER ALL GOOD ( please fix these two things i listed



bionichydrabionichydra

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 5, 2012

pretty good but.....

It's a very good game i don't really have any problems with it except for one thing the music is kinda well it just doesn's have an end it's just the same 18 second theme and this goes for both of the themes it's just kinda repetitive. All i'm saying is that it's good but 1 problem with the music.



Kee-Lee-AnnKee-Lee-Ann

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 23, 2012

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Great game. Provides an actual challenge, almost every unit is useful in some situation and there are no really overpowered units.

p.s. @preceding review: Then how would you EVER succeed in attacking anything? It's difficult enough as it is.


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