I know, it’s been a while since we had an Army Navy game on The Next Homefront, but the game’s a good one.
A great way to start out with a simple premise and to get the game playing for a couple hours.
In the game, you have to make decisions on the battlefield.
Your army, a squad of your own soldiers, are trying to win the day, or at least hold out.
Each time they make a decision, you’ll have to decide if you’re going to win, lose, or give up.
For example, if your squad decides to push into a building, you might have to choose whether to take out the attackers or defend it.
This is a very tactical decision, and if you make it wrong, you lose your troops and you lose the battle.
The game features four different types of units: soldiers, vehicles, ships, and drones.
You’ll be able to select the types of troops you want to deploy, how many you can deploy, what kinds of ships you can use, and how many drones you can control.
Here’s a look at the basics: The soldiers are the basic unit that you’ll be fighting against.
You’ll see them standing on the ground, carrying shields and doing their best to defend the area.
They can also be mounted on vehicles, which can be used to attack other units, or to be used as a base for other units to use.
These troops are the core of the game.
The infantry can move, fire, and repair weapons, and can be mounted to vehicles, allowing them to move around the battlefield and attack any unit in the area, from tanks to infantry to helicopters.
Vehicles are your mobile units.
They move at the same speed as the troops and can take on vehicles that attack them, and they can take damage when they collide with other vehicles.
To make a vehicle move faster, you need to give it the right upgrades.
This means that if you need more speed, you can buy extra upgrades, like more shields, a more powerful engine, or a more advanced engine that can deal more damage to vehicles.
When you buy upgrades, they have a cost, which you can either pay by buying more soldiers, or by using money to upgrade your vehicle.
Drones are your other mobile units, but they’re much more mobile than a soldier.
They’re smaller than a soldiers and can carry a shield, but instead of moving at the speed of the troops, they can move at a faster rate.
They also have a shield that can be deployed on top of them.
Once you’ve unlocked drones, they will take on other types of vehicles.
For example, a tank that carries missiles can be upgraded to be a drone.
As you upgrade drones, the number of drones increases.
If you have too many drones, it can cause them to become too slow.
To fix this, you must make them fly faster by increasing their shields, so they can fly over the battlefield faster.
Your soldiers also have shields that are activated by pressing buttons on the gamepad.
These can be upgrades that increase their speed, damage, and health.
After you have unlocked your drones, you will unlock the ships.
These ships will be used for different tasks.
You will be able fly the drones, and you will be given the ability to upgrade the ships, or you can simply attack and destroy the ships with your soldiers.
So what are the game mechanics?
The gameplay is very straightforward.
You’re controlling two armies, which move at different speeds.
On the battlefield, your troops are grouped together, and each group has different abilities that they can use to move and fight.
When you destroy a ship, you get to take it with you.
You can also use the ships to take down drones, which are used to destroy your enemies.
Other units also need to be upgraded in order to be more useful.
You unlock the drone upgrade, which allows you to upgrade a drone to attack your enemies or defend the battlefield against enemy attacks.
Lastly, there’s the ship upgrade that allows you upgrade your ships.
All ships are unique, and the upgrades you unlock will allow you to take on ships from all different factions, and even from different ships.
This lets you play as different factions to take advantage of the unique capabilities of each ship.
Where does it fit in the rest of the homefront?
As an introductory title for 2020, the Army Navy Game is a great choice for a family-friendly game.
I enjoyed the game immensely.
It’s very simple, yet extremely challenging, and it has a very engaging combat system that keeps you engaged throughout the game even if you don’t know how to play.
And it’s an interesting way to introduce the game to a new family member or to a parent who is new to the genre.