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Strategic Command

Posted: Fri Nov 18, 2016 3:41 pm
by GogTheMild
Is Strategic Command WWII: War in Europe worth buying?

Re: Strategic Command

Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2016 5:22 pm
by petertodd
I bought Strategic Command last night. It's way too soon to say how well I like it. I can say that it seems to incorporate many elements from CEaW, such as generic units, production, research, leaders, no stacking. It is, however, a more elaborate and complicated game. The install file is 1.7 GB--the largest I have ever seen.

Re: Strategic Command

Posted: Tue Nov 22, 2016 9:07 pm
by DaveS
I like it. The two games are similar. SC has more detail, but managable.
You can watch some videos out there to see game play.

Re: Strategic Command

Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2016 12:00 am
by mineral
The AI is better (but, its still AI), the game is at a slightly smaller scale, combat isn't quite so abstract (esp naval), there are more events, there is a small diplomatic component. All in all, similar enough I feel like I'm cheating on commander europe at war... :)

Re: Strategic Command

Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 12:44 am
by BuddyGrant
My immediate feeling is that no manpower and no oil makes this game a non-starter for me as a replacement for CEAW. That said, it looks much better than past versions of the game (Strategic Command 1, 2 etc). Past versions I've tried had lots of event pop ups which added to my enjoyment (like "Commander The Great War"). I never liked the squares-instead-of-hexes maps of the Strategic Command games but this version uses hexes so thats already a big improvement. I also never cared for the unit-graphic-on-a-base style but the NATO symbols option looks good. I'll keep reading reviews and also will check out the "Order of Battle: World War II" series too while I wait for a new CEAW clone with remotely good AI.