Brigade E5: New Jagged Union Crack/Patch

Brigade E5: New Jagged Union Brigade E5: New Jagged Union is set in the fictional, small tropical country of Palinero. Players are required to assemble a band of mercenaries and take control of a rapidly deteriorating situation in order to survive the imminent civil war and avoid having their country left in complete ruins. Brigade E5: New Jagged Union is a tactical strategy title. The story offers players the opportunity to experience three different viewpoints of the conflict, or work outside the political structure to achieve their own goals towards global domination. Game play for the title is based on an innovative combat system called SPM (Smart Pause Mode) that successfully blends together the elements of both real-time and turn-based games. [Strategy First, Inc.]

Download Brigade E5: New Jagged Union Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 43 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1177
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, Modern, General
Players 8 Online
Company / Developer
Strategy First / Apeiron

Brigade E5: New Jagged Union reviews ( 4 )

TomB., Feb 24, 2007

Camera control does take some getting used to, along with some other features. Amazing combat though. Awesome weapons and realism. Best game most people will never hear of. Totally addicted!

Nathan, Oct 23, 2006

Fairly solid game. Much more realistic than JA2 but elements of the story and some NPCs are not as fleshed out as they were in JA2. Tactical combat is what this game is really about, however, and in that department it shines. This game is NOT for the faint of heart. Unless you know a good deal about cover, concealment, suppression, and close quarters fighting things may potentially be very bad for you when you first start playing. These can all be learned with experience, of course.

HarryP., Jan 23, 2007

Minuses: Lack of immersion like JA2, NPC and merc interactions Pluses: Tactical simulation, Weapons selection, able to set options to have very realistic combat.

JustMe, Jan 18, 2007

There is nothing superb about this "installment in the JA series". Control, cameras, action, you name it - it's a miss. I cannot understand how anyone with ANY experience in TBS can enjoy this fuming heap. Silent Storm still rocks the socks off of this alpha stageish "release", and SS(S) has been around for quite a while now. One point for the arsenal.