||Advanced Daisenryaku ~Sturm uber Europa - Der deutsche Blitzkrieg~|
Jun. 22, 2000 (Japan)
> If a savvy publisher would support strategy/sim fans, Advanced Daisenryaku (AD) could come over here as Iron Storm III. You see, a well kept secret is that Iron Storm was originally published/developed by Sega in Japan. After acquiring the US rights for the game and working (echo) on the localization, Working Designs released it here. Iron Storm for Saturn is the game that really turned me on to military simulations.
> AD puts you in control of either the Axis' or Allies' forces during World War II. Once you've chosen sides, then you're given a mission with set objectives which follow history. However, you can change history by winning or losing certain battles. That's one of the coolest aspects of the series. Throw in literally hundreds of common and secret weapons to create the ultimate war simulation.
> Sega will include more detailed campaigns along with fringe battles to spice things up for this sequel. You'll use 3D tactical views and maps to plan your attack. As before, you can watch the amazing battles which are presented in real-time cinemas. Finally, it's been reported that the game will have a classical soundtrack, much like the first two (can't wait to hear it).
> AD is for hardcore import fans only. The menus are in Japanese as is just about everything else. If you want this game in America, then I suggest you write Sega.