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Company Of Heroes: Anthology £10 @ Play [PC Games]

Marius Goubert
Company of Heroes, PC games, Real time strategy

Company Of Heroes: Anthology £10 @ Play [PC Games]A great price here on the Company of Heroes Anthology which is now going for just £10 on Play.com. The next cheapest deal according to price comparison comes in at £17.99, so this is a great chance to make a very decent saving and your hands on one of the best World War Two RTS titles currently on market. The deal consists of all three COH editions: Company of Heroes, Opposing Fronts (Expansion Pack), and Tales of Valour (Expansion Pack)

Focusing on the allied invasion of Europe on D-Day, Company of Heroes challenges the player to lead two American squadrons, Fox Company and Able Company, as they fight their way from the Normandy beaches inland. The game has the look of a tradition RTS title but rather than focusing just on building up bases and gathering resources, the main emphasis is upon controlling terrain which makes COH all about the combat right from the outset.

The game is also practically impossible to criticize. Company of Heroes just delivers all-round from the superb visuals, great enemy AI, fast paced gameplay and excellent historical context. The two expansions simply build upon the foundations of COH with a few extra campaigns.Company Of Heroes: Anthology £10 @ Play [PC Games]

Opposing Fronts allows you to have a crack at wiping the British paratroopers during Operation Market Garden or else lead the allies in the conquest of Caen. Tales of Valour on the other is a bit more specific; focusing on either on an elite Tiger Tank crew, a paratrooper squad or else an overwhelmed Wermacht Army. Overall, for fans of real time strategy titles, this is a much buy…

Thanks to Jasonodell from Hotukdeals.

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natasha  Oct. 31, 2009 at 15:50

is that image meant to be Tragalgar square of the future, the arcade of Santo Spirito in Florence or a rip-off of a de Chirico, circa 1912?

EndlessWaves  Nov. 2, 2009 at 19:46

I found it an imitation of codename: panzers without the nice feeling of 'oh sod, they've got Matilda IIs.' More recently Men of War has come out which has eclipsed them both. Still, if you've played both Men of War (£13 at gamersgate) and Codename: Panzers (phase 1 and 2, not cold war - £10 at play.com) it's still a decent game and worth picking up.


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