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Back to News Listing What are they saying of Afghanistan '11?

Posted: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 by Alberto Casulini

Type: News

Afghanistan '11 aims at portraying the struggles and hardships that the American command had to face in Afghanistan. From logistics and infrastructure to the political aspects of the war, from intelligence and recon to combat operations, all sides of the conflict have been represented. 

it is an innovative concept and it's a wargame like no other.

 

But what do reviewers, journalists and youtubers say about the game? Here's some reviews which we feel best represent the game.

Rock, Paper, Shotgun claims the game has "the irresistible momentum of Civ and the colourful intricacy of Tropico", and they liked it so much that they gave it their special "RPS Recommended" rosette.

Gameskinny liked the game a lot, giving it a score of 8 out of 10. The author of the article experienced the conflict in Afghanistan in person and was quite impressed by the game's realistic representation of the war and its tactical depth.

A specialized site like Wargamer was very happy with it, calling it "surprisingly deep and satisfying" . In case you are a German speaker, don't miss this review from IGN which gave the game a brilliant score of 8.7 out of 10.

 

Several Youtubers tried the game and gave us their opinion, too. Drew Durnil started a long series of Let's play videos and he's loving it! TheHistoricalGamer and Stealth17 Gaming are also running their own Let's plays and like the game very much.

 

 

And don't forget to come by today and watch our live stream on Twitch! You'll have the chance to get the game for free!

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