Verdun Review – Authentic World War 1 Multiplayer Goodness, And Then You Die
Wolf's Gaming Blog
Laying in the muddy, stinking water of a crater I almost miss the safety of my equally muddy, wet, stinking trench. Here in no-mans lands advancing has become next to impossible as a tricky sniper and heavy machine gunner have all but pinned down the entirety of my squad, and seem to be bringing a halt to our team's offensive. Unlike those who fought in the real trenches of World War 1 I can't feel the horrid mud that wants to suck men into the ground, nor do I have to try to fight the cold that seeps into bones. Here in the comfort of a darkened room with nought but a keyboard and mouse instead of a rifle I'm perfectly safe. Nevertheless, I'm afraid.