East Front (video game)
|Designer(s)||Robert McNamara, Jim Rose|
East Front was TalonSoft's most commercially successful game by early 1999, with sales near 90,000 units. It began the Campaign series, the successor to TalonSoft's Battleground franchise, and was followed by West Front, East Front II, Rising Sun and Divided Ground.
According to TalonSoft head Jim Rose, East Front was the company's biggest commercial success by early 1999. Its sales neared 90,000 units by that time. By February 2000, the overall Campaign series had achieved global sales above 250,000 copies.
The first game in the Campaign series, East Front was followed by West Front (1998), East Front II: The Russian Front (1999), Rising Sun (2000) and Divided Ground: Middle East Conflict 1948–1973 (2001).
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