Category Archives: DCX : Community Project

Community Scenario Serbian Campaign 1915 released!

Pataplouf completed a new DC:Community Project scenario. Not WW2 this time, but the Great War. The scenario places you either in the shoes of the Austrian-Hungarian-Germany invasion forces or in those of the stalwart Serbian defenders. A good OOB and … Continue reading

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Community Scenario Fastov 1943 released!

Davide Gambina (Nikdav) completed a great and super detailed end of 1943 scenario where you take command of part of the Southern Front in a desperate attempt to retake the initiative from the Soviet hordes. This scenario has a very … Continue reading

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Case Blue version 1.08f is released!

It took a bit of time but Decisive Campaigns Case Blue is finally updated to v1.08f. This concerns the Matrix as well as the Steam version. Changes concern mostly graphics options and an extra AI added. New graphics options include: … Continue reading

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New Community Project BETA version

Just a quick heads up to let the Community Project users know v0.90a has been uploaded. It can be downloaded from the VR Community pages. V.090a noticeable additions include Immersion and Logic libraries that allow you to add custom messages, … Continue reading

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The long evolution of the Decisive Campaigns series

The upcoming game DC:Barbarossa is a very complete experience. It is a game build on top of a system and an engine that has been in the process of fine-tuning and improvement for a very long time. The evolution I … Continue reading

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A first sneak-peak at the DC : Community Project editors

For those of you who missed it DC : Community Project is the planned extra game. Free of cost, but initially only for upcoming DC3:Barbarossa owners. Later it will probably be made available to DC1 and DC2 owners as well. … Continue reading

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