I'm all about hybrids. When I'm not in Castle Shotgun's basement laboratories, attempting to breed rabbits with dragons, I love to investigate games that plunder from multiple genres. But by crikey, I'm daunted by the prospect of a third-person shooter crossed with a real-time strategy. That's the nature of Gettysburg: Armored Warfare
, the latest from Paradox that's just gone on sale. Fortunately braver men than I, like Jim 'Brave' Rossignol, have taken a detailed look at it
in the past. And now you can buy it.