I doubt many of you have ever heard of this game, but it exists. Its name is exactly what it is, a Massive Multiplayer WWII simulator that has an air simulator, tank simulator, infantry simulator and naval simulator all in one with a map that is 1/2 the scale of Belgium, the North of France, and the Ruhr of Germany. The map is over 20,000 square with no reload zones. http://www.tgpo.net/images/BGE_Large.jpg This game features an era of WWII that is not often mentioned in video games. It starts during the Battle of France, and its equipment tree stretches out to 1944. The three sides are the Germans, the British and the French. The game starts with such equipment as the BF110, 109E, Spitfire 1, Dewotine 520, Blenheim 1 and 4, Crusader A13, Matilda II, Panzer 2, Panzer 3F, Char Bis1, Somsua 35 just to name a few. Now since the game goes to 1943-44 era, and the French did not survive that long, they use primarily lend lease equipment that the Free French forces used during WWII. As the game moves on such tanks as the stuart, Panzer 3H, crusader 2 and crusader 3, Churchill series, Sherman series, Panzer 4G and StugG, Tiger, and more, plus planes as the FW190, Spit 9 , P-38 and more. Anti Tank guns such as the 2 pounder, 6 pounder, 17 pounder, pak36, pak38, pak 40 and Flak 88, and mle37, 57mm, and 3" make their appearances, plus anti-aircraft guns like the bofors, cmle, and 20mm flak are available to down planes. The biggest thing you will notice about the game is that it is a simulator, not a frag fest like BF2 . You will die from one bullet to the chest, and you will NOT know what hit you, nor who killed you unless you check the state page. Tanks in game have real armor values and real guns that penetrate historically accurate amounts of armor. Range, angle and type of gun plus ammunition type all determines whether a shell will penetrate or not. Tanks and Planes have real fuel and ammo storage that can be hit and result in a tank being blown to piece with one hit, and a plane losing a wing or catching on fire. Naval battle take places at ranges of 5km or more, and a hit in the wrong place will end you mission. Overall this game is not for all, it is at the most realistic level possible while being practical for a game to survive. You will NOT walk to a battle on foot just to die to an unseen enemy, its not that realistic because that was impractical... and also how the game use to be which was not too popular. I will try to explain this game the best I can from my experiance: There is a tank simulator as well. Real life armor values, penetration values and the works. This is not RO armor, this is realilistic armor combat, with ammunition storage, fuel blowing up, gunsights and all. I started playing the ground game from the beginning, and while it is quite fun, I am now flying in the air most of the time. However that does not mean I do not play ground, and some of the ground battle are utter bloodbaths.