-Excellent story between scenarios. You put a lot of effort into it
-Not too easy or too hard. Good difficulty/balance
Cons: There could have been more triggers
-Only three scenarios? Short, but sweet
-Maps are good but too bland for my liking
Keep it up. Can't wait for a sequel.
Valor_EX File Author
Posted on 08/21/05 @ 02:23 PM
Well I'm working on my next part of the trilogy now so, well after I finish all three parts I'll probably make a Gold Edition.
Posted on 08/26/05 @ 03:52 PM
Ok, Its your lucky Day, I'm about to rate your campaighn. This will be my 3rd review! anyways. I'm a downloading right now.
-Note I will either finish this today, or next week!
Posted on 08/26/05 @ 05:07 PM
The camp was actually kind of fun to play. It didn't have any bugs, or any problems. On the other hand, it didn't give me the greatest experiance ever.
Ok, this was weak! All three scenarios could be beaten without all the gia units, and with them I didn't lose, or get close to losing once. Had you taken all the gia units away, it would have been a small challenge, yet still very easy.
This campaign had nothing different or interesting about it. Everything that is worth downloading has to have either something very creative or have a very good story/ closely related to the historical events. This had niether, nothing very creative or an ok story.
Map Design: 3
This may be wrong, but every map looked like a random map, with a bit of editing. In the guidelines, it says that deserves a three.
Well, there was a *story* which it says should be a 4. Sadly, I just couldn't find enough of one to upgrade it. There was a small bit. Just like an intro. Not quite worth a 4!
This is an ok download. Not all that good, but acceptable. If the author added far more triggers to enhance it, and made better maps, and explained the story better, it might go up a bit, but still far from best of aok!