We don't have long to wait now, but for the legions of Advance Wars
fans watching their calendars with a peculiar hunger, every moment without it is agony. Perhaps this latest video footage will serve as a soothing balm for the pain of ticking off every second between now and the game's release. Ah, if only it were longer! Instead, maybe you can flip through our gallery really quickly
to create your own sort of stop-motion preview.
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
1-10-2008 @ 4:33PM
Did I see a "Build: Temp. Airport?". Haven't been keeping up with this shweet game but that'll put an interesting take on expanding.
1-10-2008 @ 6:45PM
THe Shit said...
Ds fanboy has ruined 3 good pairs of my pants.
1-11-2008 @ 12:32AM
Ever since I had the chance to play this at E for all, i have been dying a little each day, when it comes out I can finally live again!
1-11-2008 @ 7:35AM
I've been playing this series to death on the GBA and have yet to start playing the first installement on DS thouroughly. I've got the feeling that I've seen it all before and I doubt that this new game will tickle my funnybone the way the original did back in the day.
I wonder, the people looking forward to this one, are they really big fans of the series all along or will this be the first installement for them? I've finished AW1 twice, on normal and hard, finished almost all the war room maps, played it endlessly with my collegebuddy at the time, and finished AW2 once. I've kind of had it with the series.... Is it just me?
1-13-2008 @ 10:20PM
I have played all the installments quite a bit. I only actually finished the story mode on the original AW, but still love to buy and play every game for a good 20-30 hours before coming back to reality realizing I have a lot of classwork to catch up on. I would consider myself a die-hard fan and although I feel like I've seen it before it is always exciting to try out the new commanders, powers, and maps. You can be assured that there will always be quite a few difficult parts that will have you glued to the screen for hours trying to figure a way around the enemy.