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Advance Wars

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Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/09/2001
EU
01/11/2002
AU
??/??/2001

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Staff Reviews

Advance Wars review

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James Gordon says: "Factors like terrain and weather effect the performance, speed, and attack damage of units. Units have special abilities, like being able to capture bases or transport other units. Most of the game takes place on the map-screen, but once the option to attack is selected, a new, split-screen appears which shows the battle actually taking place in detail."
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Advance Wars review

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Jason Venter says: "What makes the game good is that there are such a wide variety of ways the enemy can screw you over while you are hunting him down. Some maps have snow, which the enemy always finds a more welcome element than you do."
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9.7

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