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The famed campaigns of Alexander the Great, Hannibal, and Julius Caesar.

Great Battles Collector's Edition, an anthology of three realistic classic turn-based historical wargames, recreating the famous campaigns of iconic military leaders, with scenario editor included, is available on GOG.com, for only $5.99.

If soldiers are the cogs of war, the generals are the springs at the heart of the mechanism, making the whole thing tick in an orderly fashion. Throughout the history of military, there were many great leaders presenting unbelievable tactical genius that could turn around the course of what seemed like a lost battle. Some of them achieved such a feat once in the whole lifetime, being at the right place in the right time by a twist of fate and history. There were also some, that took the great battle with them, anywhere they went. This collection of games tells the story of three such brilliant tacticians.

Great Battles Collector's Edition is an anthology containing three classic wargames: Great Battles of Alexander, Great Battles of Hannibal, and Great Battles of Caesar. In total, the numbers of historical scenarios you can play here amounts to over 30. The games are heavy on realism, accurately depicting the historical units and equipment. With clear visuals and turn-based combat mechanics you have the chance to follow in the great leaders' footsteps, matching or even improving their battlefield performance. With the added scenario editor providing unlimited supply of challenges, you could command virtual armies for months!

Recreate some the greatest military events in history with Great Battles Collector's Edition, now on GOG.com, for only $5.99!
Ata boy ;)
Looks intriguing. My question is: How intuitive is the interface? It looks like it could be a lot of fun if the interface is easy to use.
Perfect release BTW.
This is clearly the classical release, but I still can't figure out the hint. Could someone please explain it to me?
Allright I will say it again: WHERE IS MY SUBWAR 2050 ?
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MadalinStroe: This is clearly the classical release, but I still can't figure out the hint. Could someone please explain it to me?
Why must the hint be for this classical release? Can't we have another classical release this week?
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MadalinStroe: This is clearly the classical release, but I still can't figure out the hint. Could someone please explain it to me?
Yeah, you are not the only one who can't uunderstand that hint :)
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JMich: Why must the hint be for this classical release? Can't we have another classical release this week?
Well, we could, but there was only one "?" at the end of video. So either something changed and this is "emergency" release or there was another mistake in the video.
Post edited April 30, 2013 by Bambusek
Never heard about these, looks pretty cool
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Bambusek: Well, we could, but there was only one "?" at the end of video.
What does the number of question marks have to do with classical releases? Was there such a correlation in the previous videos that I missed?
dude did triock break the chance for a 2nd release today (by breaking the forum ^_^ )

or did omerta release another dlc on the dl?

(which would be cool for those who have omerta)
Post edited April 30, 2013 by ErekoseDM
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ErekoseDM: dude did triock break the chance for a 2nd release today

or did omerta release another dlc on the dl?

(which would be cool for those who have omerta)
No, and No. There's only 1 release today, but Fez is released tomorrow as I recall.
I'm sure this said, "LucasArts confirmed" the first time I read it.
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SpaceManThe: I'm sure this said, "LucasArts confirmed" the first time I read it.
Triock messed up the thread. Thus the threads were deleted, and created anew.
pre-total war? :)
is it fun? I've never heard of this game before. And how's the difficulty?