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lunedì 7 ottobre 2013

Command Modern Air/Naval Operations AAR

Su Real and Simulated Wars trovate un AAR fatto con Command Modern Air/Naval Operations sulla guerra delle Malvinas\Falklands.

Ne sto leggendo anche uno su con lo stesso scenario su NetWargaming:

Il gioco sembrerebbe interessante anche con le pecche evidenziate finora, anche se sembra essere stato patchato parecchio, quindi forse si sono risolte.

mercoledì 2 ottobre 2013

Nuova review di Command: Modern Air / Naval Operations

Su SimHQ trovate una review davvero accurata di Command: Modern Air / Naval Operations, la conclusione però è bruciante: aspettate 6 mesi prima di comprarlo perchè ha bisogno ancora di grosse rifiniture.

sabato 28 settembre 2013

Qualche video di gameplay con Ironclads

Non so se tutti conoscono questa serie di giochi navali ambientati nella seconda metà dell'800, penso di averne anche parlato un po' di tempo fa. Sono giochi singleplayer (i primo episodi a turni gli ultimi in tempo reale) che permettono di giocare una campagna navale con diverse ambientazioni. Non sono certo l'apice del gioco, ma sono divertenti riempitivi a basso costo, quindi se avete l'occasione provateli pure.

martedì 24 settembre 2013

Command: Modern Air Naval Operations rilasciato oggi

Oggi potete già trovare  Command: Modern Air Naval Operations sul sito Matrix, come avrete letto dal commento di Max nel post precedente è abbastanza caro, per cui a meno che non sognate di farvi una Classe Nimitz al posto della Bellucci (prima che qualcuno commenti, no, io non sogno la classe Nimitz...), aspettate i primi commenti e AAR dei giocatori sul forum prima di spendere.

About Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Re-live the brutal air struggle between Iran and Iraq. Wrestle the Falklands under your control. Hunt down rogue nukes in Pakistan. Go "Down Town" around Hanoi and spar with the deadly NV air defences. Lead nuclear-powered sharks of steel against the masters of antisubmarine ops. Trade volleys of fire in close-quarters gun duels, or obliterate the enemy with sophisticated, heavy-hitting hypersonic missiles from hundreds or thousands of miles away. Escort vital convoys to their destination, or make a last stand against all odds. When things escalate out of control, step up to unconventional or even nuclear weapons. Play the most dangerous game of hide and seek - at sea, on land and in the air. Command is the next generation of air/naval wargaming.


Surface fleets, submarine squadrons, air wings, land-based batteries and even satellite constellations are yours to direct as you see fit - from the lowliest pirate skiff to the mightiest aircraft carrier, from propeller biplanes to supersonic stealth fighters. Every sensor and weapon system is modelled in meticulous detail. You are given the hardware; but you have to use it well.


Throw your distorted flat maps away - Command uses a realistic 3D earth globe for each of its scenarios. Rotate and zoom in and out of the action, from satellite view down to the trenches and wavetops. Play scenarios or build your own on any place on earth - from classics like the Middle East, South Atlantic, North Cape and Europe to new and rising hotspots like the Arctic, the Pacific and the Indian Ocean.


Sensors and weapons work just like in real life, with all their strengths and weaknesses. Units move, detect, fight and win or die based on what their systems can and cannot do. Electronic warfare and technological levels can tilt the balance of battle. The weather can be your best ally and your worst enemy. The terrain, both overland and undersea, can hide you from the enemy but also can block your weapons from firing. Thermal layers, convergence zones, surface ducting, the deep sound channel and factors such as water salinity and temperature may decide the sub vs ship duel. Command's battle environment is as unforgiving as the real thing - and as rewarding for those who understand it.


Korea. Colonial wars. Vietnam. Middle East. Cuba. Falklands. Iran-Iraq. World War 3. Desert Storm. India & Pakistan. The Arctic circle. Future conflicts in the Pacific, Norwegian Sea, Russian periphery and more. Experience conflict from post-WW2 all the way to 2020+ and beyond. Test your mettle against lethal land-based missile forces, air regiments, naval fleets or pirate groups. Face off against threats of the past, present and future. How do you measure up against the challenges of modern warfare?


Modern warfare with all its technicalities scaring you away? Your staff & tactical AI sweat the details so you don't have to. Aircraft position themselves to deliver their warloads optimally; Ships and subs manoeuvre on their own to reach out and touch the enemy (including winding their way around islands, landmasses and even known mines) - and everyone tries very hard to save his skin when bullets are flying. Manage the big decisions and let your virtual crews get to the details - and still intervene whenever you want.


Think you can build a better conflict? Prove it! Command's integrated scenario editor offers unparalleled functionality for making your own scenarios or editing existing ones. Create and share with other players detailed, exact-down-to-the-meter land installations from all over the world - from airbases to port complexes to ICBM fields. Customize unit icons, sound effects, even platform weapons and sensors (Aegis on the USS Iowa - click and done). Create multiple sides with variable, complex alliances and postures. Assign forces to detailed missions with custom behaviours and inheritable doctrines. Script complex interactive events with the advanced event editor. Assign variable success thresholds - from triumph to utter defeat. From a gunboat duel all the way to global thermonuclear warfare - the possibilities are endless.

lunedì 23 settembre 2013

Command: Modern Air Naval Operations intervista agli sviluppatori

Su The Wargamer trovate un'intervista fatta agli sviluppatori di Command: Modern Air Naval Operations, di prossima uscita:

La lista degli scenari è davvero notevole:

Advanced ASW Exercise, 1979 - FOST units vs. Redfor off UK

Battle of Chumonchin Chan, 1950 - North Korea vs. United Nations

Battle of Latakia, 1973 - Israel vs. Syria in Mediterranean Sea

Down Town, 1967 - United States vs. North Vietnam over North Vietnam

Duelists, 1989 - UK vs. USSR in Norwegian Sea

First Contact, 1957 - Norway vs. USSR in Norwegian Sea

First Contact ,1973 - Norway vs. USSR in Norwegian Sea

First Contact, 1986 - Norway vs. USSR in Norwegian Sea

First Contact, 2016 - Norway vs. Russia in Norwegian Sea

Green Tide 2016 - Spain vs. Morocco in the Canary Islands

Iron Hand, 2014 - Russian vs. Azerbaijan

Khark Island Raid 1985 - Iraq vs. Iran in the Persian Gulf

Maria and Victoria, 1982- Argentina vs. UK in the Falklands

North Pacific Shootout 1989- US Navy vs. USSR

Operation Brass Drum 2017- US vs. Iran in Arabian Gulf

Operation Lightning Strike 2014- US vs. Pakistani Belligerents and maybe Pakistan

Operation Lion’s Den 1972- US vs. North Vietnam

Operation Market Time, 1968- US/South Vietnam vs. North Vietnam

Operation Trident 1971 - India vs. Pakistan on Indian West Coast.

Operation Vantage 1961 - UK/Kuwait vs. USSR and Iraq in Persian Gulf

Raid on Dwarka, 1965- India and Pakistan on Indian West Coast

Raid on Kismayo 2013- US vs. Somali in Somalia

Raven 21 is Down, 1976-US vs. USSR and Somali Forces in the Gulf of Aden

Sea of Fire 1982 - UK vs. Argentine off the Falklands

Shamal 1991 - US Navy or USAF/Coalition vs. Iraq

South China Sea Clash 2013- US/Philippines vs. PRC/Chinese Coast Guard

Stand Up 2011 - UK vs. Argentine off the Falklands

Standing Naval Force Atlantic 1979- NATO vs. USSR in the Norwegian Sea

Tee Up, 1971- US Navy vs. Soviet Navy off Cuba

The Battle of Dong Hoi, 1972 - US Navy vs. North Vietnam

The Four Horsemen 1987 - USSR vs. NATO

The Shark 1971- India vs. Pakistan

The Tiger And The Dragon 2019 - Indian and Chinese Navy in the South China Sea

Trapped Under Ice 1999 - US Navy vs. Russian Navy under the Arctic Ice Cap.

Wooden Leg 1985- IAF vs. PLO in Tunisia

3 Tutorial Scenarios

Basic Training Air Operations- 1983

Basic Training Submarine Operations 2013

Basic Training Warship Operations 2013

Sembrerebbe che una volta stabilizzata la parte aereo\navale prevedano un'espansione modulare che renda più dettagliata la parte terrestre\anfibia. Decisamente sempre più interessante questo gioco.