Some things that matter to me: *Historically accurate *Educational / Increases understanding of the subject *Replay-ability *Can be played solo (even if just playing both sides) *Lots of tough decisions EDIT * Not ridiculously expensive
I probably would prefer something that encompasses the whole war, but would also consider a single battle (e.g. Gettysburg) if it has enough merits.
I haven't played a ton of physical war games, but love the tactical and strategic genre of Computer games. I generally like my board games heavy, especially if I can play it solo. I would say no limit on complexity, if it's a great game I'm willing to learn it. I would be a little opposed to games that have terrible rules (poorly written and organized), but other than that open to anything. I would probably get bored of something considered light.
Let me know if that doesn't answer your question.
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