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Conflict of Heroes First look

WOW!



Conflict of heroes is a squad level light tactical game. It seems more focused on small firefights of less than company size.



So, I’m going to do a comprehensive review of it after some honest play time.



Have you ever opened a game-box and expected at best the norm? As a cardboard warrior as I, I have come to expect the usual deflating letdown after opening a game box. But with Conflict of heroes that was NOT the case. First glance was a “wow” moment for me.…

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Added by Brian Lazewski on October 14, 2010 at 6:48am — 2 Comments

LST Invades Pittsburgh

Did any of you local folks check this out?

Added by Brian Lazewski on October 11, 2010 at 4:53pm — 4 Comments

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