The real-time strategy blockbuster of the millennium - Sudden Strike - has a great successor setting new quality standards: Sudden Strike II. The whole world is nothing but a battlefield. And you are on the front line - in the very center of realistic battle action, which even amazes and delights the shrewdest strategy experts. As the commander of German, Russian, British, American and, finally, Japanese troops, you fight on water and on land as well as in the air. You can extend your actions through numerous specific commands in remarkable ways. The four different available difficulty levels and the fascinating multiplayer mode are thrilling beyond imagination. The user-friendly editor allows for unlimited supplies of professionally generated maps and missions - making sure the action never ends.
With Sudden Strike II the war is far from over!
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Colt Mustang Pocketlite 380 Serial Numbers there. Originally posted by:They're different games dude. Pick what you like: SS4 = Watered down, arcady RTS with less units and unrealistic damage system and line of sight. Combat happens at knife-point. SD44 = Tactical/strategic RTS with much more depth, although you're controlling a battle from much higher, so none of the in-your-face combat unless you want to constantly zoom in. Combat happens at realistic ranges, so it's often at great distances.
Don't be fooled SD44 is not the ultimate ww2 simulation either it is a Real time tactik with emphasis about units/formations manoeuver and positioning so pacing is probably not so fast as SS4. Morever Eugen system chose to tuned down authenticity a bit for balance matter. Some choice are questionable, ranges. Ap value, armour for ex, jumbo and kingtiger only separed by 2 points (no real value), other cons: maps advantage infantry combats/artillery over tanks (that's normandy for you) so not enough map diversity for all gameplay style imo, high caliber artillery do not arm tanks, planes do but with difficulty. The pros are like vdd said bigger scope and zoom, frontline system, stress system which encourage you to push the units you pinned down to capture them, lots of units (400) ish you can kill everything with ap if you close by, good sound/ambiance in general, polished graphism however in mp you will not often have time to rave about your nice looking units, you will have to like the units labels. Ok so these are the fact no one seems to realize, Sudden Strike 4 and Steel Division: Normandy 44 are compleatly diffrent game.