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Posts Tagged Wargame: Red Dragon


Wargame: Red Dragon’s free DLC is all about the Eastern Bloc

Insert your own jokes about an Eastern Bloc party due to this first free DLC for Wargame: Red Dragon, please.

By Tim McDonald | 24 Jul 2014 | 0

Wargame Red Dragon’s launch trailer has all of the missiles

I’ve always thought the Wargame series was a pretty thoughtful and strategic one, but this trailer for Wargame Red Dragon is ALL ACTION.

By Peter Parrish | 16 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Wargame: Red Dragon’s new screens are all aboat boats

The Wargame: Red Dragon beta has been updated with warships, and Eugen have released some gorgeous screenshots to prove it.

By Tim McDonald | 11 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Wargame: Red Dragon beta opens with pre-orders

Eugen Systems’ latest real-time war game, Wargame: Red Dragon, is available for pre-order – and you’ll get free access to the newly-opened multiplayer beta if you opt to put your money down now.

By Tim McDonald | 19 Mar 2014 | Comments Off

Wargame Red Dragon shows you what it’s about in new trailer

The Wargame strategy series from Eugen has a tendency to get overlooked but it’s been a pretty solid franchise.

By Paul Younger | 21 Feb 2014 | 1

Wargame: Red Dragon teaser video explodes onto the internet

Hot off the heels of us awarding it the coveted “Best Strategy Series Everybody Always Forgets About” in our Alternative Awards, the Wargame series has blasted into 2014 with a teaser trailer for the upcoming Wargame: Red Dragon.

By Tim McDonald | 8 Jan 2014 | 1

Wargame Red Dragon screens show off Chinese units

Eugen Systems has released a batch if new screens this morning for Wargame Red Dragon, the next title in their wargame strategy series which heads to the conflict in central Asia between 1975 and 1991.

By Paul Younger | 19 Nov 2013 | Comments Off

Increased scale: Wargame: Red Dragon moves the fight to Asia

The next entry in the Wargame series will be Wargame: Red Dragon, and move the conflict to Asia between the years 1975 and 1991.

By Peter Parrish | 8 Oct 2013 | Comments Off