Posts Tagged ‘Close Combat’

Top-Down Troopers: Close Combat – Gateway To Caen

By Adam Smith on June 9th, 2014.

I’m expecting to be crushed beneath an avalanche of trailers at any moment as the E3 machine grumbles into action. There will be spectacle, there will be slaughter, there will be Molyneux Santa Claus. There is a trailer in this post but it has very little in common with the noise of E3, being the last of the veteran Close Combat series to utilise the ageing engine that has driven the tactical games for many years now. Gateway To Caen is out now and watching the video plucks at my nostalgia nerves as if they were a cherub’s harp.

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The Flare Path: Close Combats Mundanity

By Tim Stone on March 21st, 2014.

It’s been another horribly humdrum week here in Simulatia. Since we last shared a screen, early access IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad owners have acquired a handsome new cloud cleaver, a blistering Top Gear track legend has been added to Cornetto Hoarser, yet another ursine sim pitch has shambled onto Kickstarter, and the FBI has inspected an FSX install in the hope of finding clues to the disappearance of 239 people. What’s a man supposed to write about in drab times like these? Read the rest of this entry »

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No, Not Yet

By RPS on January 1st, 1999.

We rather puzzlingly haven’t written anything else about that game yet. Sorry! But we will, one day. Probably.

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