Darkest Hour: A Hearts Of Iron Game
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Developed by a team of experienced modders from the Paradox forum, Darkest Hour is a stand-alone Hearts of Iron game. The game features a mixture of short and in-depth campaigns set across the darkest chapters of the 20th century. Play from the outbreak of the Great War up until the onset of the Cold War.
Darkest Hour will introduce a new artificial intelligence that is now able to react to hundreds of different situations simultaneously. It implements a dynamic diplomatic system that will allow the player to have a real impact on the course of history.
Short and grand campaigns allow players to experience the darkest hours of the 20th century, from the Great War to the onset of the Cold War
New map, redesigned to offer greater detail as well as strategic and tactical opportunities
Dynamic diplomatic system giving the player greater influence on the course of events
New artificial intelligence capable of reacting to hundreds of different situations
Good, but could be more originaldrafek | July 1, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »
Finally it's on GMG! Good job! The game was original for the time when it came out, but there are alot of games these days who do those things better. But let's review the game when it came out. The gameplay is great, I haven't experienced any bugs. The controls are easy to learn, but sometimes a button doesn't work but this did get fixed after sometime. The music in the background is great. The game is replayable and you can play this game a thousand time and you won't find the same situation. The game is worth getting, I recommend picking it up on a sale though.
Goodjeyko | June 28, 2013 | See all jeyko's reviews »
If you are a Hearts of Iron or grand strategy fan, you will love this. The game is basically a modded out version of the original, led by the Bulgarian Martin Ivanov (I am Bulgarian :D). Even if the game wasn't any good, I would buy it to support modders, and Bulgarian developers.