Blitzkrieg 2 Game

Blitzkrieg II comes with tremendous focus on new strategic opportunities, global war and gritty realism of WWII battles.

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Blitzkrieg 2
Developer(s)Nival Interactive
Publisher(s)CDV Software
SeriesBlitzkrieg
EngineEnigma Engine
Platform(s)Windows
Release
  • NA: October 2, 2005
Genre(s)Real-time tactics
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer

Blitzkrieg 2 (Russian: Блицкриг II) is a real-time tactics computer game based on the events of World War II, the game is an evolution of its predecessor Blitzkrieg and is the second title in the Blitzkrieg (video game series).[1] The game takes place in North Africa, the Pacific and Europe, and features the 6 different factions portrayed in the game that fought in their battle respective grounds during the war.

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Gameplay[edit]

As its predecessor and the similar Sudden Strikegames, Blitzkrieg 2 focuses on the battles of World War II rather than real-time strategy aspects like base building and resource extraction.[2] The game features many new features and units over its predecessor; the graphics engine is upgraded, allowing for full 3D and the game features over 250 units compared to Blitzkrieg's 200.[3] In Blitzkrieg 2, you can choose from three separate campaigns: The Nazi German Campaign, the American Campaign, and the Soviet Campaign, each divided into four distinct chapters. The German campaign begins in France, 1940, where the player is put in command of German offensive forces in an effort to conquer France. Here, you may use the signature Blitzkrieg strategy. The second chapter is set in the North Africa Campaign, which ends with the capture of Tobruk by Axis forces. The third is in the Soviet Union, during Case Blue. And finally, the fourth chapter is staged in the Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge, 1944. The American campaign has its first 3 chapters in the Pacific theater, where you lead your forces against the IJA (Imperial Japanese Army) and IJN (Imperial Japanese Navy) in a number of missions beginning shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The final chapter of the American campaign is set in the German Ruhr in 1945, during the invasion of Germany. The Soviet Campaign begins shortly after Operation Barbarossa, going through the 5 years of the war against Germany eventually ending with the Soviet victory at the Battle of Berlin. At the end of each campaign, a short cinematic plays.

The game contains six factions: Germany, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, Japan, United States and France.

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Reception[edit]

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The game received positive reviews before release.[4] Yet never achieved the same long lived success its predecessor had achieved, even though two expansions and numerous spin offs were made.

Aggregate score
AggregatorScore
Metacritic75/100 [5]
Review scores
PublicationScore
1Up.comC+[6]
GameSpy2.5/5[7]
IGN8.4/10[8]

Addons[edit]

The base game Blitzkrieg 2 was released together with both add-ons as Blitzkrieg 2 Anthology.

  • Blitzkrieg 2: Fall Of The Reich: the first expansion pack, was released in Russia on September 2006, Germany on October 2006, the EU on January 15, 2007, and the US on February 20, 2007.[9],[1],[2] It was subtitled as Retribution in Russia, and The Last Stand in Germany.[3]
  • Blitzkrieg 2: Liberation: the second expansion pack, was released in January 2007 in Russia and on October 12, 2007 in the EU.[10],[4] It was developed by MindLink Studio Ltd.[5],[6]

Spin-off games[edit]

  • Frontline: Fields of Thunder: this spin-off from Nival Interactive and N-Game Studios was released on April 9, 2007 (Probably initially in the Russian market at end of 2006) at a retail price of US$29.99.[11]MobyGames entry indicates the game was on sale in USA & Germany in March 2007, and Australia in April 2007.[7] It was released by N-Game Studios. It is also known as Great battles: Kursk Bulge in the Russian market.[8]
  • Great Battles: Battle of Tobruk by the company Arise Games was one of various other spin-offs of which however, some were released exclusively in Russia, Nival Interactive's home country.[12],[9]Battle of Tobruk was released in February 2007.[10]
  • Great Battles: Landing in Normandy by the company Arise Inc. was another unofficial spin-off game in Arise's Great Battles lineup. It was released in April 2007.[11],[12],[13]
  • Great Battles: Stalingrad by a different company, N-Game Studios.[14] It was yet another iteration in the unofficial Great Battles lineup built on the Blitzkrieg 2 engine. It was released in August 2007.[15],[16] It is unrelated to the Stalingrad spin-off game built on the Blitzkrieg engine and released in 2005.

Non-WWII based[edit]

  • Stalin vs. Martians (2009) by a consortium of three developers - Black Wing Foundation, Dreamlore, & N-Game Studios.[17] Using the Blitzkrieg 2 engine but with poor, action-oriented and rather basic mechanics, it was a parody of WWII real-time strategy titles, with the story pitting the Soviets against fictional Martians in Siberia.[18] It was released in April 2009.[19] It was sold on Steam at the same time, however it may have been delisted since then.[20]
  • X-Team: Day of Freedom by Ukraine developers N-Game Studios.[21],[22]. It is a Blitzkrieg 2 based game with a sci-fi setting where the player organises an X-Team squad to defend the Earth against an alien civilization.[23] It a classic mix of role-playing game and strategy, inspired by the legendary Fallout, Command & Conquer, Rage of Mages and Dungeon Siege. However, it is very poor in both RPG & strategy mechanics as well as the overall game design.[24] It was released in retail in May 2008, and re-released on Steam in December 2019.[25]

References[edit]

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  1. ^'Blitzkrieg 2'. GamesRadar. September 8, 2005. Retrieved January 23, 2014.
  2. ^Andrew Park (June 14, 2005). 'Blitzkrieg II Updated Impressions - What's New'. GameSpot. Retrieved January 23, 2014.
  3. ^Tim Surette (September 2, 2005). 'Blitzkrieg II demo offers three offensives'. GameSpot. Retrieved January 23, 2014.
  4. ^Matthew Rorie (May 20, 2005). 'Blitzkrieg II E3 2005 Impressions'. GameSpot.
  5. ^'Metacritic'. Metacritic. Retrieved September 3, 2013.
  6. ^Luo, Di (November 1, 2005). 'Blitzkrieg II: Real-time puzzle solving'. 1up. Archived from the original on September 3, 2013. Retrieved September 3, 2013.
  7. ^Rausch, Allen (November 4, 2005). 'Blitzkrieg 2'. GameSpy. Retrieved September 3, 2013.
  8. ^Peckham, Matt (October 3, 2005). 'Blitzkrieg 2: Heigh ho, heigh ho, it's back to World War II we go!'. IGN. Retrieved September 3, 2013.
  9. ^Blitzkrieg 2: Fall Of The Reich. IGN. Retrieved January 23, 2014
  10. ^Blitzkrieg 2: Liberation. IGN. Retrieved January 23, 2014
  11. ^Frontline: Fields of Thunder. IGN. Retrieved January 23, 2014
  12. ^'Great Battles: Battle of Tobruk'. Arise. Archived from the original on 2014-09-03.

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See also[edit]

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