Theatre of War 2: Kursk 1943 is a completely new game in the
Theatre of War series of tactical World War II titles. It does
not require any of the previous games to play!
The Battle of Kursk lasted for forty nine days, from July 5
until August 23, 1943 and has made its way into history as one
of the most crucial conflicts of WWII. It was the last armored
strategic offensive the Germans were able to mount in the
east. The resulting decisive Soviet victory gave the Red Army
the strategic initiative for the rest of the war.
Assuming the role of either the Russian or German battle group
commander, acting under direct orders of division commanders
Ivan Chistyakov or Walter Hoernlein, players will control
their troops in historical scenarios on precisely
reconstructed authentic battlefields.
An action-oriented combination of horror, survival, RPG, and shooting, all based on a story by Russian author Dmitriy Glukhovskiy. The whole world lies in ruins. Humanity is almost annihilated. Due to the high-level of radiation cities became unsuitable for living. Humans have yielded the supremacy on Earth to a new species. Creatures mutated by radiation are more adapted to the changed world. There are only clusters of humans left on the planet … At least, that’s what the ten
It’s all go for Koei’s UK arm, which has announced UK launch dates for PC versions of both Samurai Warriors 2, in shops on June 27, and Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI, due July 25–four days ahead of its US release. There is currently no planned US release for the PC version of Samurai Warriors 2.
The game gives the player an opportunity to choose between three unique paths of development for victory: Military, Science, and Trade. In the traditional Military development path, the player builds the kingdom’s army in order to conquer and destroy enemies. In the Science development path, the player must focus on researching technological upgrades. Finally in the Trade development path, the player builds their economy and attempts to occupy the best trade routes on the map. Each path of development contains unique units and possibilities. In all development paths, the player wins by collecting Victory points throughout the course of the game.