Generally, I'm not too keen on games that rely on other games for the bulk of their design, but Field Commander is a notable exception. Just as Advance Wars before it, Field Commander provides a satisfying and addicting strategy experience. Furthermore, it even goes so far as to improve on the Advance Wars formula, the ability to layer troops adding another strategic twist and the online features adding a significant amount of replay value. Perhaps I'd be a little more critical if the PSP already had its fair share of Advance Wars or like titles, but as that particular market is a little empty at the moment, Field Commander is a welcome addition to the PSP library.
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