Description of Operation Europe: Path to Victory 1939-45
KOEI's first foray into the wargame arena is a worthy attempt, but ultimately unrewarding. The game engine which has proven effective for KOEI's strategy games is woefully inadequate to handle the nuances of World War II combat, where combined arms plays a key role. The undistinctive units, puzzling AI, and confusing interface only add insult to the injury. The only reason it's here is for the sake of completing the collection of old KOEI games, and for me to warn you about how bad it is.
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Comments and reviews
phatstratcat 2016-09-02 0 point
I played the Sega version and really enjoyed after the steep learning curve.
Brent 2016-05-11 0 point
Thought this was a pretty decent strategy game for its time. Enough going on to give you plenty of options and make it enjoyable but not unnessarily complicated.
Jake 2015-01-02 0 point DOS version
I had the SNES version of this game, snatched it up after playing PTO (Pacific Theater of Operation.) Sadly it was not as good as that game, though I would not say it was as bad as the description says. It plays like they left half the game out, it's difficult and confusing, and ultimately probably not worth the effort of figuring it out.
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