Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy Crack/Patch

Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy Combat Mission - Battle for Normandy (CM:BN) faithfully recreates the experience of tactical land warfare in Western France during World War Two. Using the unique Turn-Based (WeGo)/Real-Time hybrid game system of our proprietary CMx2 battle engine, the first installment in this new series covers the three months after the Allied D-Day landings in Normandy in June 1944, from Operation Overlord in June through the Cobra Breakout in August.

Download Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
5.5
Downloads 1155
Genre Wargame, Turn-Based, Strategy, General
Company / Developer
Battlefront.com / Battlefront.com

Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy reviews ( 7 )

Lordhedgwich, Oct 29, 2013

Never before have i played a WW2 game with so much attention to detail or that was so intense, and unforgiving. The game has a steep learning curve, but once you learn it you will be rewarded. I have CMbn and both its modules (expansions) and there is no other ww2 game like them in the world.

Raskol, Sep 25, 2014

Best ww2 simmulator out there, its has its problems but it doesent compare, takes time to learn though. Theres more on the series that came out and the turned bases style can make you play masive battles.

justaplayer, Oct 2, 2012

There is simply no better tactical wargame available. This is as close to a simulation that a game can be without losing focus on gameplay. The demo is free. Try it yourself. If you have any interest in tactical WWII gaming, you'll be hooked.

Captmatt, Nov 4, 2013

Its not perfect but it is an excellent, high fidelity game that attempts to simulate WW2 combat in the European Theater. I could not expect more from a small, niche gaming company who's developers have a passion for this time and place in history. And it's only getting better. Try not to be too swayed by the grumpy old farts that want 100% of everything and will never be happy because they were born that way.

norwaydude, Oct 7, 2013

I played the first Combat Mission games up till 'Barbarossa to Berlin', and I was very impressed at that time by the attention to detail and the effort that went into making the game as realistic as possible. It was truly revolutionary. I still buy Combat Mission games and modules, despite the VERY stiff price. However, what strikes me after playing this series for so long is that there hasn't really been any real progress in terms of the game's(or simulation's) ability to produce realistic results that are comparable to real life scenarios. The FIDELITY of Combat Mission is unprecedented, but there is more to war than ballistics. Take the casualty rates, for example. They are still hilariously out of range. There are probably good design related reasons for that, but again: where is the next wargaming revolution? Sorry, Battlefront, you kept me entertained for 13 years, but now it is time for something new.

Valdez, Sep 13, 2011

Though the game is a nice upgrade over the old version of this game, the game still lacked a playability of friends that would make this game really good. The small battles done with my friend always seemed to go one way, really quick, and half the time felt like little of the enemy was seen but a lot killed. Now giving you a total feel of the battle at hand. Larger battles that might give this much needed feeling, are impossibly to play, as was hinted by the smaller battles with occasional pauses to let the data pass through, but with the bigger ones, larger play with a friend is nearly if not impossible. With such problems as these, I'd think this game falls short of what it could and should be.

wolverine101, Dec 17, 2012

Played the demo feels like a kiddy click fest rts game. Canned and scripted AI nothing to write home about when on the offensive just like all of the Combat Mission series. No tcp/ip turn based play only rts click fest type. Still has PBEM turn based but a real let down that it doesn't have the origional tcp/ip turn based play. Nothing really new here except graphics...what else is new with repeat games though eh?