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Wargame Red Dragon retains the same core game mechanics that made the series so successful, but the action leaves Europe for the first time and moves to a conflict in Asia between 1975 and 1991. 5 new nations, among which China and North Korea, join the armed forces in Wargame, with over 450 new units. The introduction of naval and amphibian units is a particular highlight, with the maritime.
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Some of those new units will be naval and amphibian, which is a first for the strategy series. Red Dragon will offer players a full campaign mode, involving a tussle with North Korea, and a return.Red Dragon is the third title in the Wargame series,. While the other units in Red Dragon have a variety of tactics to play around with, the naval units are stuck to the water, and unless there's a big battle going down along the coast, there's not much encouragement to use the ships at any one time. While the ocean battle looks great, it's a hollow fight that will hopefully be finely tuned.Everything that is important for the Wargame series has been improved or expanded in Red Dragon. The developer has introduced naval battles, but unfortunately this novelty looks quite poor - which is a shame, because it was supposed to be the biggest new feature. Still, the game itself is miles above mediocrity and keeps on providing lots of fun for wannabe generals.
In Wargame Red Dragon, you are engaged in a large-scale conflict where Western forces clash against the Communist bloc. 1991: the two blocs confront each other in a new theater of war, Asia, joined by various other countries: Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand. You command the military resources of all 17 nations involved, assembling your fighting force from a.Read More
I'm playing Wargame: Red Dragon, a military real-time strategy game by Eugen Systems and Focus Home Interactive. The game moves to Asia, adding campaigns and units from Japan, China, North and South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand. The maps are significantly improved, with much more realistic changes in elevation, varied terrain, and coastal regions to support the new naval units. The solo.Read More
Thanks to Alexis for taking the time to talk to us about Red Dragon. It certainly sounds like it's going to be a beast of a game, especially with naval units to think about now as well. We’ll try and get some hands-on time with it as quickly as possible, so stay tuned to the site for more information. WarGame: Red Dragon is due out on PC Q1 2013.Read More
Wargame: Red Dragon is the third entry in Eugen Systems' Cold War real-time tactical series, published by Focus Home Interactive. This game brings the action to East Asia, in contrast to the European focus of the first two titles.Read More
Like its ancestor, Wargame: Red Dragon looks more like a DLC disguised as a stand-alone, than a real new game. If the fans like that opus, the majority of gamers will find no interest in this IP which is getting even harder to jump in. That being said, the Asian context of the solo campaign, and the arrival of sea units which enrich the gameplay are welcome additions. Like before, it's by.Read More
Wargame: Red Dragon. 836 likes. Wargame: Red Dragon is a Real-time strategy video game developed by Eugen Systems and published by Focus Home.Read More
Wargame: Red Dragon's playable factions include 17 nations, with over 1,450 units. With realism in mind, units have fuel, ammo, and health bars which can all run out and will need to be replenished.Read More
Fundamentally, Wargame: Red Dragon is a better game than this review may suggest. However, the fact of the matter is that very little has changed, in particular the best bits of the last two games. The multiplayer is practically identical but for the new units and maps. While the land battles feel almost identical to those found in the original, the inclusion of a game speed changer is.Read More
Wargame: Red Dragon is a real-time strategy video game developed by Eugen Systems and published by Focus Home Interactive, released on April 17, 2014. It is the sequel to the 2013 Wargame: AirLand Battle. Wargame: Red Dragon includes 21 nations and over 1,900 units to play with. The game is set during an alternate history Cold War where the Soviet Union doesn't collapse. The battlefield is.Read More
Wargame: Red Dragon includes 21 nations and over 1,900 units to play with. The game is set during an alternate history Cold War where the Soviet Union doesn't collapse. The battlefield is viewed from a top-down perspective, giving the player an overview of the action. The player can decide which units they want to deploy before a battle, creating a deck of specific individual units. The player.Read More