Phantom Doctrine Review (PC)

The Cold War is one of those complex historical periods where two powers, the Soviet Union and United States, have split the world in allies and enemies. It's the silent version of another World War where everyone supports one of the two powers just to feel safe. The state of geopolitical tension starts after World War II in 1947 and ends in 1989 when communism fell in Eastern Europe.

The folks at CreativeForge are trying to capture the spirit of those times in a game called Phantom Doctrine, featuring an isometric turn-based combat system made popular by the XCOM series. Despite what many of you might think, Phantom Doctrine isn't about CIA vs. KGB, or United States vs. Soviet Union. As a matter of fact, you'll be able to play as an agent of either of those factions and even customize your avatar's looks and clothing.

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