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Aug 14, 2012 | 3:16 AM EDT
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The year is 1947 and The Great War never ended. A powerful ancient relic has been uncovered! Now, twisted experiments and giant war machines walk the battlefield...forever changing the face of war! Relic of War is a strategy game set in an alternate 1940's timeline. Train your soldiers, unlock new technology, and command your troops to victory!

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lachose2207lachose2207

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Indeed, way way too many ads.



buthead24buthead24

Rated 3 / 5 stars

heh this is exactly like a game i just played not long ago, but that one involved orcs and humans and dragons. interesting. any ads are annoying please take out.



TortureKingTortureKing

Rated 3 / 5 stars

way too many advertisements


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solidlizzardsolidlizzard

Rated 5 / 5 stars

spamm not about game below and this is about the game cause im reporting a spam in the game comments



HjarnkrypHjarnkryp

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Didn't really mind that there was premium stuff, or ads popping up every now and then. Not that much, anyway, although we really shouldn't need to put up with that.

I do, however, give you quite a low ranking due to the portrayal of the women. Seen to the industry in the bigger picture, I guess you just keep with the norm, but still. There is no need for the assistant to wear some kind of bedroom role playing half-uniform, when she just as well could have worn a normal, practical uniform, that she would actually have been able to do fieldwork in. And that mechanic? That was not the kind of clothes you wear when fixing heavy, greasy machines.

Then there's the question of dialouge. I mean, if you are going to force in the "but she's to young"-argument between the characters, don't make them look the same age. The older one look maybe 2 or 3 years older than the younger, so it doesn't make sense. Make them more distinct as characters, in both age and seriousness, and then we might have something believeable.

(And having a main character refer to someone as "a package", the way it's done? That's crossing a line that should be left uncrossed)

The gameplay is ok, nothing that stands out as special. The backstory is kind of interesting, and makes you want to know more. Could have been a great game, but as it stands it's kind of "meh".


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