Playing Field Commander: Rommel & Hornet Leader

I've been playing a lot of FC: Rommel lately. I purchased it along with FC: Alexander, but I am focusing on Rommel for now. I've really enjoyed it so far. I've played the first campaign quite a few times now, and I've really gotten a feel for it.

In my last game, I only managed to score 19 points, but I'm getting a little better every time. I'm really digging this series, and I am pleased to hear that more FC games are on the way.

My boys in Hornet Leader made it through their first mission in a short Iraq campaign with barely a scratch. I just happened to draw the easiest objective, so they really haven't gotten their feet wet yet.

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Comment by Joel Toppen on May 13, 2009 at 11:13am
The really neat thing about FC Rommel is how each campaign plays so differently from each other. What works in the Ghost Division campaign doesn't always work so well in Africa, etc. For me, the Africa campaign is the hardest campaign.

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