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  1. Yes, I already downloaded the demo and have tried all except one of the scenarios. I'm not very good at the game but I'm actually having fun! I think I'll get CMFI as my next purchase. Probably won't be able to afford until around October, but I think it'll be worth the wait. Speaking of which, I was wondering if there is any kind of limit on how many times I can download the game or anything like that? I have never bought a product off this site before so forgive me if I'm unfamiliar with the DRM.
  2. Hello, I am a new player to Combat Mission and I am wondering if this game is a good buy for someone who is a new player to the series in general. I initially made this forum account under the assumption that I was going to buy Combat Mission: Black Sea. After playing the demo of Black Sea, I found it was okay but I don't think the fast-paced deadly gameplay of modern combat doesn't really appeal to me once tanks and air support get involved. I played the demo of Red Thunder as well and was overwhelmed by the sheer number of units, but I think that I can get around it now after some time with larger scenarios of other CM games. I'm interested in this one (CMFI) because the unique factions (Italy, Britain, Poland, etc) but I wanted a second opinion from the veterans to see if this game is a good starting point in the Combat Mission series. Sorry for the wall of text, but any help is appreciated, thanks in advance! Also, apologies if a thread like this already exists, I could not find one while browsing through the other threads, so I figured I'd just make one.
  3. Agreed. I'm pretty shocked at how little people here in the USA know the Soviet war in Afghanistan even happened. With the amount of people it affected, and the amount of lives pointlessly lost during it, it should be in every Cold War history lesson, especially considering it's involvement with the downfall of the Soviet Union. Hey Vladimir, do you have any other stories from Ossetia? It is very interesting to hear from a Russian perspective, since we obviously don't get to hear your guys' side very much here.
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