Wargame: European Escalation Crack With Serial Number 2021

Wargame: European Escalation Set in the rarely explored period of 1975-1985, Wargame pits NATO (USA and Western Europe) against the Warsaw Pact (Soviet and Eastern European countries) in battles that explore “what could have been.” The specter of nuclear warfare loomed large over the real Cold War, but this catastrophic outcome was the ultimate last resort as everyone knew that the first one to start nuclear hostilities would end up wiped out just the same. Large, armored offensives through Europe would certainly have been the core of this hypothetical war; and this is what the game’s explosive campaign takes you through!
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2932
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Historic, General, Tactics
Company / Developer
Focus Home Interactive / Eugen Systems
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Wargame: European Escalation reviews ( 7 )

nirvycn, Feb 24, 2012

Suprisingly fun game. Much slower paced than a game like starcraft, the game engine is awesome, i never get tired of the zooming levels. Lots of units, lots of strategy and the slow pace means an online game is more based on your tactics and choice of units, than how many clicks you can do per minute. Highly rated!

ilok, Apr 12, 2012

Fast, mean, unforgiving, put your tactical brains on overdrive and go to it. For me this is one game that delivers. Forget massing units and just pummelling a weaker foe. Try that approach and the AI will spank you severely on easy setting as well. I've always been a casual player of wargames so multi player has never really interested me, this game fills that hole up. The AI likes to surprise you and wont come at you in vast armadas of tanks. But if your daft enough not to use your recon units it'll teach you a lesson in pain.

wolfram97, Feb 29, 2012

Although it takes a little bit of time to adjust to the amount of units, as one person has said "TOO MANY [email protected][email protected] NO UNDERSTAND", Wargame: European Escalation is a fine example of a game and I definitely recommend picking it up.

cam98, Jul 10, 2012

WEE is an extremely good, detailed RTS war game that takes place in the 70's in a "what if" conflict between NATO and the Warsaw Pact. The game is very deep with hundreds of individual units from the period. You unlock these units through points you earn in the campaign and in multiplayer matches. You have to think when you advance you forces in WEE as one small mistake can result in half of your units begin destroyed in seconds (just like modern warfare between superpowers should be!). The campaign game is VERY challenging almost to the point that some campaign missions are just too hard. The first few missions aren't too bad but I got stuck about 1/3rd of the way through the campaign. There's no difficulty setting so , if you can't get past one mission, then your campaign is essentially over. I like the challenge and will keep pounding away trying to finish the campaign. Difficulty levels would have been nice. Multi player has you going up against other players around the world. It's easy to find a non ranked pick up game but ranked matches take some patience to find another opponent.

Pellegro, Jul 4, 2012

What a sleeper hit! If you enjoy wargames at all, you will love this RTS. The best comparison I can make is that its like Steel Panthers: Main Battle Tank (SPMBT) but in real time, with 2012 graphics and UI, but a more limited set of units. Still, its over 300 units. You buy units, like in SPMBT, deploy them, and then fight. The tactical and strategic depth is immense, building decks from which to buy units is itself a strategic minigame, and trying to coordinate with teammates in multiplayer is the ultimate challenge. The single player is so-so (extremely challenging) but the multiplayer is TONS of fun. I only wish more people were playing.

Reaper11186, Mar 20, 2012

This game is pretty cool if you like strategy games especially if they are set in modern times. There are a few things that I personally have issues with that I wanted to address to maybe help a few people decide if they want the game or not though. Firstly, I find it hard to counter units effectively without loosing a lot of units in the process. I find myself moving forward with scouts and finding them destroyed by the tanks that they detected before my tanks can move up to destroy them. Other times my tanks would travel with the scouts and then both would be destroyed when they stumbled across an anti-tank unit. Its almost easier just to put as many unique units together as you can and rush as a mob and hope that the right units counter each other than it is to try to make a good strategy out of it.Secondly, some of the engagement ranges, even early in the game seem way unbalanced. For instance I was playing mission 3 and was pretty far along without losing many units, when all of the sudden my tanks and AA units came under fire from ranges so far that my units couldn't see what it was. Turned out to be a single transport helicopter that had rockets. This simple transport destroyed 4 AA units and 12 tanks including all of my most veteran units before I could do anything about it. I couldn't have them fall back because the fire kept coming and moving forward just had them come under fire from other units. Thirdly, I like the whole keeping units alive keeps them earning experience but it is just so easy to lose units. I wish survivability was a little better. It seems a little off that a platoon of 4 fully upgraded tanks that are all like a level 5 veterans being destroyed by 1 anti-tank gun that is a level 1 veteran even though they are hiding in an ambush position. Those are my negative issues. Now that I've gotten those out of the way let me say that most things about this game are really cool. I like the level of detail the graphics give and the ability to zoom out to see the whole field of battle is very handy. I really like watching the battles play out when I have set up a good ambush on a few occasions. Nothing is as satisfying as watching a platoon of enemy tanks move into a kill zone and being blown apart by my tanks while not even landing any return fire. Helicopters were included almost seamlessly into the game although I think their range and power need to be adjusted a little bit. They are instrumental in scouting the battlefield and bringing death down on unsuspecting enemies. For those just thinking they will spam the best equipment they can at the enemy until they win I just want to warn you this does not work. When you start a mission you get a limited number of supplies to build with. This number regenerates, however you are only allowed a certain number of each unit in the game. For instance you may only be allowed to call on up to 8 of a specific tank for the entire mission. So you will want to try your best to keep them alive or you will run out of them before the battle is over and be forced to use less powerful equipment. Scouting is IMPORTANT!!! If you just send in even the best tanks you will lose them before you even see some of the enemies. It is important to learn what counters what the best or you will lose lots of units without scoring any kills yourself.

and0r, Aug 7, 2014

This game is an obvious ripoff to World in Conflict / RUSE but is needlessly slow and boring, where you have to manually adjust everything like an autistic sloth, among many other annoyances, in which I could go on about all day. This game somehow got attention through steam-hype and mysteriously gets a drastically unrealistic user rating presented here. The entire Wargame franchise is quite bland, it doesn't even bring solid graphics, which would alleviate the mundane burden of control and actually make the game worth putting up with. Please keep in mind that the graphics here are not even on par with games that are 7 years older than this, but rest assured that it's the gameplay that ultimately ruins it. Although simpler and more arcade-like, World in Conflict is much more fun. More "depth" (lol) does not necessarily equal more fun, especially in the case with the Wargame series.