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by: Peffy
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Cossacks: The European Wars was released upon a largely unsuspecting populace last year. It won plenty of accolades from the strategy gaming community for its well-balanced armies and thoughtful use of history to make some incredible campaigns and addictive multiplayer battles. But with the good came the frustrating. Masses of troops that could reach into the thousands if you wanted were incredibly hard to handle on what could quickly turn into a truly messy battlefield where half of your troops could be annihilated without you ever realizing it until it was too late. While there were a couple of minor improvements to take some of the stress of managing so many troops away, The Art of War is pretty close to the pure definition of expansion. It pushes the amount of content forward without making many incredible updates to the gameplay itself…


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