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“Age of Dante” is the first in a promised “Battles of the Middle Ages” series from HFD Games. It’s a good start, with some nifty mechanics, but it needs more chrome and bigger maps.
Scientists have determined how Richard III died in the Battle of Bosworth.
“Lion Rampant,” a book of sergeants and privates fighting, living, suffering, laughing and dying at the tip of the Allied spear, is Robert Woollcombe’s engaging memoir of his WWII experiences with the King’s Own Scottish Borderers.
“Battle for Stalingrad” from DVG is a slick little card game that captures the sense of the back-and-forth fighting and the supply problems of Stalingrad, but it seems to favor one side too heavily.
The November 2014 issue of Armchair General looks at the US-Mexico War, the Civil War battle of Cedar Creek, and the “Black Prince” of the Hundred Years War. Interactive articles include Battle for Berlin, 1945; Shanghai, 1937; and a hypothetical Fulda Gap, Germany, 1980.