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    Wii Citizen fiveryanfrenzy's Avatar
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    Military Madness

    if you haven't gotten this game yet, get it.

    2 player is fun but to access a map for 2 player you have to type in its name, you can get a complete list off of gamefaqs.com

    its pretty sweet, the battle scenes make me happy and the strategy is engaging, single player is just as good but 2 player is obviously best.

    I'm surprised mostly that all the turbo grafx games i get are the ones i play the most! what a great system.

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    i have not heard of it is it fun?
    LONG LIVE THE WII!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazydog1
    i have not heard of it is it fun?
    Quote Originally Posted by google searched game seller description...
    Military Madness is a futuristic turn-based strategy war game. The year is 2089 and the setting is Earth’s moon, which yields many important resources. While the governments of Earth bicker over their staked claims on the moon, the evil Axis Empire launches a lunar military campaign and takes over the moon, using its factories to produce advanced weaponry, the most devastating of which is the SAM (Supreme Atomic Missile). As commander of the Allied forces, it is the player’s responsibility to lead what’s left of the Allied armies in a desperate offensive against the Axis Empire on the lunar surface before they can use the SAM to destroy Earth.

    There are 32 maps (2 different campaigns with 16 maps each) to play through. In each map, the player must strategically defeat the outnumbering Axis forces either by destroying all enemy units or capturing the enemy base camp. There are many different units that both sides utilize - infantry, tanks, aircraft, artillery, and a few others that have specialized functions. Gameplay consists of moving units into positions that will gain the best advantage to attack the enemy, capitalizing on many factors, which include battle experience, terrain, support tactics, and - sometimes - pure luck.
    yeah, it's a blast.

    I like the animation for the battles but I still can't figure out how to move my mines even though it says I can with a transport unit...

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    So is it anything like advance wars?

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    that sounds like a cool game!
    LONG LIVE THE WII!!!

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    It's a great game that was the main selling point for the TG16. They came out with a sequal called Nectaris on the PS1, but it's a rare and runs $50-60. If you like turnbased strategy, I've never found another game as fun. IMHO, the coolest feature is the surround effects where if you have a unit egaging an enemy you can have another unit come up from behind the enemy and get massive attack and defend bonuses for surrounding. It brings a lot of strategy into it, especially when you can use an ifantry unit to take down a Titan (the biggest tank in the game)

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    I got it also, and i gotta say that i really like that, and same, my TurboGrafx games are the ones i completed first.

    You kinda can see MilitaryMadness like a chessgame. Havent tryed it in multiplayer tho
    The games i actually Own:
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    Zelda TP - Rayman - DragonBallZ - Metroid Prime3 -VC : Bonks - Golden Axe - Legend Of Zelda - Military Madness - SoldierBlade - SuperMario64 - GainGround - Contra3 - MarioKart 64.

    Nekya

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