West Front (video game)
In 1999, West Front was followed by East Front II: The Russian Front.
According to TalonSoft head Jim Rose, West Front's early sales were strong, and were on track to surpass the roughly 90,000 units sold by its predecessor. By February 2000, the overall Campaign series had achieved global sales above 250,000 copies.
The editors of GameSpot nominated West Front for their 1998 "Wargame of the Year" award, which ultimately went to TalonSoft's The Operational Art of War Vol. 1: 1939–1955. They called West Front "much improved" over its "disappointing" predecessor.
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