Time of Fury Review
By Harmony Cochrane
Players with a bend toward World War II grand strategy will no doubt enjoy Time of Fury. Its beer and pretzels approach will also attract and hook players who are approaching the genre for the first time, as it is not overly complicated and is very accessible.
New players and even old hats will enjoy working their way through the tutorial and then into shorter scenarios like Poland and Overlord before leaping into the fray of one of the grand campaigns. The game's accessibility and ease of play may not prove to have enough for hardcore gamers to chew on, but given the number of scenarios, the built-in editor, and the ability to play with any number of friends via the PBEM server system, even grognards should find plenty to sink their teeth into here.
There are a few annoying issues that hint toward a slightly premature release but these seem to be known and the developers are working hard to fix them, and shouldn't stop anyone interested in the game from buying it. Overall, the game is a solid effort.