I have both games and like the subject matter equally, maybe CW a little more. Anyway, for learning the system, CW2 and WON seem similar on the basics. WOn adds more complexity for the diplomacy, I assume. Should I try to master CW2 first before tackling WON? Do the tutorials for CW2 apply to WON?
I woke up at five in the morning, I was so excited about buying this game. And there is nothing about it on the Matrix website. Nothing! But they have a feature on a kick starter campaign for some Napoleonic board game. that looks like Risk. Seriously. This is disrespectful to those of us who have ...
So today is the release date of the game but we have zero advertisement on matrix games, zero communications except 2 videos of tutorial(not interesting at all honestly ) and zero twitch pre release. I am a bit worry about this game I confess. I have to agree re:Matrix. They have ignored the game t...
Devs: "Ok, phew. That was a lot of work. Now we are almost done with beta testing...... wait.... they want what?????? now????? I mean we already did the box art, for crying out loud! Wait! NELSON HAS BOTH ARMS???????? Auuugh!"
Pocus wrote:There is alas no solution for that. For a few computers, this graphic glitch exists and baring a major rewrite of the directX library we used, there is no work around. Sorry about the bad news.
Its quite alright, Pocus. You folks have given me so much pleasure, I figure I am way ahead.
[ATTACH]33327[/ATTACH] As you can see, some counters are great but Joe Johnston in the center is totally pixelated. If I zoom all the way out and back in sometimes the portrait redraws but then repixelates when i scroll away.
Long Time Civil War Generals 2 player. I played the original Robert E Lee: Civil war general and had a blast. I tried to fire Stonewall Jackson and he said "Only a Minie ball can dismiss me, Sir!" and I thought, well, we shall see at Chancellorsville, Mr High and Mighty!