Asylum Demon would like to have a word with you.
That's market forces for you.Not. Another. Late. WW2. Setting. Please.
A chance for battle of France wasted
If there would be any as you put it "cultural obligation" then we may at some point expect things like e.g. "concentration camps dlc" in HoI4. Party's crimes and atrocities fall in the same bucket. Love both CoH and HoI but would not play it myself with "full immersion" and historical (not political) correctness.I really wonder whether there is some sort of cultural obligation to stress the war crimes (and genocide) of a party and give them proper representation. The reason why it felt so goofy in CoH2 was because Soviet part was hilariously exagerrated and at the same time Wehrmacht was basically a faceless meaningless enemy, creating a strange contrast. From dramatic and story-telling perspective, however, CoH1 Panzer Lehr campaign worked really well even though (or maybe because) it didn't get into anything political or ethical beyond war is bad.
This looks neat. Thanks for sharing.Couple juicy ones on the horizon.
Age Of Empires style city-builder with citizen management and individual needs set in the Neolithic era, with a never-ending open map and of course, warfare. Pretty much a dream come true in my eyes, and is fairly far through development though with no release date yet. The developer also plans to add multiplayer in further down the line as one of his main goals.
NOTE: This Kickstarter trailer is fairly out-dated now, and you can hop onto the discord to see more recent updates and further information.
Can we get a game where the Germans are the good guys please