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Jul 31, 2009 | 12:20 AM EDT
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Rising out of the trenches and onto the battlefield of Normandy, Warfare 1944 sees the U.S Forces take on the German Wehrmacht.

Play as the U.S Army in the Campaign or Skirmish modes. German campaign is available exclusively to



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Nice job, all the new features are really cool. You should make a warfare vietnam.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Great game indeed! I loved 1917 and now love this one as well!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

upgraded to mediocrity

I loved 1917 and this one had a lot of promise, but you kinda wrecked it. Mainly it was the limit of one squad per cover point. That completely destroyed the strategy that made 1917 so much better then all the other linear "strategy" flash games where you just build a stream of troops and send them to their deaths. Even though cover sort of let the player who goes where, it was very limited and at a certain point it was just mg nests with a bunch of riflemen charging over them. Not fun.
I liked the idea of flanking, but it didn't even seem to work. I would have guys above incoming infantry and they didn't shoot. Shooting at flanks should go across all 3 planes, not just to adjacent. (which made the middle lane something I completely avoided.)
I didn't like how you needed an officer to call support, but that was mainly because cover was limited and he was just a waste of space. It would work if you could have multiple squads per cover.

It is just another charge -to-the-death game and I am suprised that you didn't realize that it was the player's ability to control troop movement that made 1917 so damn good.
game is worth 8, but -1 for downgrading the sequel of an awesome game.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome this game is totally awesome

you have these awesome features and its all just perfect


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Freakin sweet

If you played and loved warfare 1917, then of course you're going to love this one just as much. there some differences in the gameplay, such as the support oppurtunities, such as mortar, artillery, smoke bombs, etc. are now actually part of the squad members commands, which you control. instead of the assault automatically having the grenades, you have to purchase the upgrade, along with artillery strikes, smoke/gas bombs. a little different than the original, but none the less amazing.