Our compatriot James Cobb reviewed the base game of the WWII board game sim Tigers on the Hunt (TotH) almost a year ago. Today, developers Siliconsoft Systems Inc.
http://www.wargamer.com/reviews/review- ... unt-kursk/
Thanx for reading & commenting, kevinkin. It puzzles me as well. I suspect it's trying to do things 'on the cheap'. IMO no excuse, since, as you suggest, surely someone could volunteer -- then again, often you get what you pay for. I also understand that not everyone is fluent in English. But then, you would think that marketing would ensure it's as professional as possible, no matter a product's target(s).Surprised someone in the community can't help proof read for the designer. The code maybe of the highest quality but spelling and grammar mistakes will detract from that. I remember years ago I was proof reading a label and the consumer affairs number was off by one digit. In fact, it was a phone sex number. Proofing reading saved over 100K in labels and a lot of damage to the brand.
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