its been my experience and its my understanding from other players that unless your facing a noob, Japan doesn't have a chance of winning on their half of the board.
Japan can get 4 VC no problem, they can get 5 VC a lot of games. its a very hard fight to do that but 5 VC is doable. BUT gaining and controlling that 6th VC I don't see it happening UNLESS the allies are noobs or they just totally screw things ups.
what do you think?
let me get this straight, Japan is able to capture and hold 6 of the 8 VC on thier pacific side fo the board and can do this enough for you to be able to say that they "always" win?!?!?DessertFox599 wrote:In my experience, Japan always wins. It is almost impossible for the allies to win period. The axis always pulls ahead and the allies don't stand a chance. Unless the axis make a big mistake like invading strict neutrals, the allies can't win. This problem needs to be fixed.
how? becasue this is not the situation in our face to face games. more often then not, the allies win, the axis come close but fall short, esspecially on the pacific side of the map.
maybe we just suck (possible)
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