Earth is the backdrop of your campaign in Conflict of Nations a free to play game with deep strategy and conquest which builds on the developer’s past experience in this genre. As one may expect from the name of the game the focus is on the modern warfare of the current day with players having access to a wide range of modern units to control the land, sea and skies over your opponents. War is not the only element at play in Conflict of Nations: Modern Warfare however with options for economic development, technological research and foreign diplomacy. The result is a Risk like experience albeit with more depth and strategy thanks to the computer based gameplay. Starting a new game players are introduced to a world that is at all-out war with the direction (war or diplomacy) completely up to the player. Given you’re playing against others though generally you’ll see more players interested in the aggressive approach with few games offering the true depth of diplomacy that the game was built for unfortunately. Despite this, games are still highly strategic on the battlefront portion of Conflict of Nations whereby games are designed to be slow paced and played across days or weeks allowing all manner of carefully planned attacks and defences to be organised. This is particularly important in larger scale games whereby co-ordination with teammates can prove to bevery fruitful as you attack in multiple waves, group your defences or use tactical positioning to mislead your opponents. When you are able to max out the largest map in the game this number of players reaches up to 64 although achieving this will need a fair amount of co-ordination and alliances with friends that you’ve met along the way. Other maps are still ideal for smaller skirmishes and some even include specific scenarios to ensure various gameplay experiences. The range of weapons that support your campaigns is clearly where most of the development effort and thought has been invested into Conflict of Nations: Modern Warfare with an extremely healthy range of units that come with their own stats, costs and uses on the battlefield. From various infantry squads to powerful tanks, aircraft and ships each has an appropriate strategy to utilise them at their best, like most strategy games countering the selections of your opponents will prove to be the most fruitful. Conflict of Nations doesn’t limit itself to only these units either with a wide range of powerful weapons of mass destruction to help you take out defensive positions that are causing you problems in your advance. Further customisation is handled through technological advancement which lets you drive the strategy of your nation towards your preferred units. Overall the strategy depth and variety you’ll find in Conflict of Nations is fairly impressive considering a free price tag. If you grew up playing the board game Risk or similar early computer games that were slower paced and more about the tactical component you’ll find the game serves you well. Summary: Command your own nation into war, economic production and diplomacy. Utilise a large array of different troops, vehicles and devastating weapons. Play on large scale maps that support up to 64 players. Slow paced gameplay which focuses on tactical decision making. Play for free in your browser or through Windows and Mac (Steam). Quick Links: Official Website Videos:
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Sunday August 19, 2018
CFL Week 21 Betting Preview & Top Picks
Tuesday October 30, 2018
Toronto heads to Ottawa desperately looking for a way to get anything positive out of this season while Montreal battles Hamilton a likely huge dog. Winnipeg at Edmonton no doubts the biggest matchup in Week 21 while Calgary and British Columbia throw down in a massive rematch to close out the week. Which teams step