Pros Good graphics
Diverse character abilities
Varying difficulty settings for each mission
Satisfying level progression/ranking
Skirmish games/ multiplayer modes
Autosave after each mission (can save at any point DURI
Cons Frustrating, unexplainable, and random crashes
Boring dialog (I mean, who can even pronounce the Russian names they use in this title? What is this, a Dostoyevski novel?)
Summary If you love Final Fantasy Tactics (and/or Advance and/or A2) Disgaea, Fire Emblem, X-Com and the like; turn-based tactical games, you'll love this. It's not as deep in the RPG department as FF or Disgaea by any means, but it's plenty as addictive and intense in its own right. You won't be changing jobs, delving into the item world, replacing damaged weapons or sifting through a ton of lists and menus before each mission, and herein lies it's strength.
You are briefed on what the mission is and why, you choose your team and loadout, and you hit it.
The main replay value lies in getting the elite rank in each mission (but here's a hint; do elite from the start and you may not even notice the difficulty) - but again. it's nowhere as deep or customizable as The other tactics games...Review to be continued shortly...