IMHO, and I am biased it is worth. Same system but two different situations. In Eisenbach you have americans versus soviet (M1, M113, M901, some bradleys T72, T55, T62 BMP1 and BTR) B&B add the british army of the Rhine, some older US equipment and German territorials plus hordes of reds and more fun (airpower, bridge laying, Apaches...)
I would suggest to get both! Also beacuse some scenarios requires pieces from both.
Thanks for the reply. I suspected it would be worth getting, and at the moment, it's a relatively small number of games to try and (eventually) get the whole series! I just needed someone to convince me to part with my cash :-)
I'm guessing the scenarios you mention are from the Line of Fire magazine, which I see sometimes has additional counters as well. Has anyone used these? Thanks again.
I play LOF scenarios quite often... there is even a battle report on LOF6 penned by ome on a previous LOF scenario. also I think one of the scenario in B&B that uses some counters for Eisenbach. Also look at battle withing Battles expansion that combines all the games published.
Well, I've just heard that an order I placed - and paid for! - last week for MMP/Gamers OCS Tunisia has had to be cancelled, as the store doesn't have the game after all :-( Never mind, I've decided to use that money to get Eisenbach Gap and Death of the First Panzer! This could be a great weekend :-)
Anyway, another question please: Have there been any significant rule changes to the system in the time between EG and B&B were released? I'd prefer not to learn something for EG, only to find it's been changed for B&B and that gamers now think EG works better with the revised rules (I hope that makes sense). Thanks again for the great feedback.