Wargame sporting a well polished graphical theme
By 93, when this game was released there were still a lot of publishers that didn't understand that unity of development was a very important element for their games. What this translates into in V for Victory: Market Garden is a game that is graphically appealing because it is designed with the same unitary graphical theme in mind. That theme translates into a gameplay that is just as unitary, simplified and well polished. You will thus rarely if ever get distracted from any portion of the game from developing your game as you see fit. V for Victory: Market Garden allows you to sink into it and have the kind of experience that you want to have, as it doesn't take you, or direct you towards any direction without consent. So, V for Victory: Market Garden is a capacious wargame, but one that understand that graphical presentation is essential to making the experience worthy of sinking into. Give it a go or see another well designed wargaming title, Operation Market Garden, which, again, has a very polished interface and overall good presentation.