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Advance Wars: Dark Conflict


0:0112/02/2008Posted by D+PAD StaffNo Comments

The 2002 Game Boy Advance release, Advance Wars, was one of gaming’s most pleasant surprises – the ready-made classic. Although an unknown quantity upon reaching Western shores, the series’ fine-tuned gameplay mechanics and perfect balance owed themselves to Japanese-only sequels stretching as far back as 1988 on the humble NES format. Although gamers have been blessed with two subsequent sequels, a quick glance will tell you that this isn’t the Advance Wars of old. In fact when the prologue first tells you that a meteorite has obliterated 90% of the world’s population, it’s fair to say things are looking pretty grim…

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