Choosing to wage war as the Russians or Germans seems to make no difference when you’re executing your strategy; whatever nation you fight seems much better armed and positioned than you. Despite the fact that by mid-1944 the Russians had every advantage - more armor, more troops, fighting one enemy instead of two - you’ll face almost impossible odds when attacking the Nazis (although it works the same when you command the Wehrmacht). Small-caliber cannon will obliterate your powerful tanks while your foot soldiers get chopped to pieces by invisible artillery, causing you to fail repeatedly until luck finally intervenes.
|Description||You'll be convinced that Blitzkrieg 2: Fall of the Reich was created simply to destroy any sense of military smarts your evidently feeble mind can dream up.|
|US censor rating||Teen|
|Release date||22 February 2007 (US), 22 February 2007 (UK)|