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Wargame Red Dragon

Discussion in 'Other WarGames' started by HellWarrior, Oct 30, 2015.

  1. HellWarrior

    HellWarrior Member

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    Hi, in the last months I have played with the Wargame Red Dragon game. I find it very realistic. Is there someone here that have already played with this game?

    http://www.wargame-rd.com
     
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    belasar Court Jester Staff Member

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    I am getting a "URL Not Found".
     
  3. HellWarrior

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    belasar Court Jester Staff Member

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    Sorry, but I have not played this online game and with my current Internet setup this is not likely to change anytime soon. Keep the faith though as some members do and may be able to chime in.
     
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    Thanks belasar.
     
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    Damned fine.
    The European escalation scenarios were possibly better, but Red dragon keeps one coming back just to see if those Pesky North koreans or japanese can be put back in their box more efficiently.

    Not perfect, but definitely the right direction for real Time Strategy noodling.
    About time they tried a WW2 variant...
     
  7. HellWarrior

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    Yes it would be great if they could create a ww2 version of this game. They could add paratroopers, gliders, panzers and tons of other units.
     
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    Not entirely convinced it'd translate, though.
    Much relies on standoff stuff, and the right tool for the right job - many more tools in the 70s-90s scenarios envisaged.
    And a part of it's refreshing nature is the very fact they eschewed the 'standard' WW2 setup. Refreshing for that alone.
     
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    Just bought it, I'll come back once I've given it a go :)
     
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    So far haven't really dug it. I'm terrible when it comes to learning games that are really unique (e.g. Red Orchestra is easy to grasp because it's similar in mechanics to most FPS's), but I'll be sure to read some tutorials and such as the game does look really well done.
     

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