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I liked Memoir '44 a lot until I played this game. Memoir doesn't really do justice to the time period it's trying to simulate. C&C ancients feels like an ancients battle when I play it. Memoir feels like a game about a WWII battle. More diverse unit types makes this game more desirable to me.
Very fun, light wargame. However, I have serious doubts that this is better--or even as good as--BattleLore. Sure, it's more historical, but that doesn't really turn my crank. It has two serious faults next to BL; first, it has too many troop types for its own good, which contributes to rules creep and detail fatigue. Second, since support is less important, so too are formations--leader movement just isn't as interesting for me in comparison. Also, I have heard that scenarios are about as balanced as those of Memoir--which is to say, not at all. Time will tell.
I think the C&C system is great, so I'm not sure why this game fell flat for me. The units seem arbitrary and theme-less. Always felt like I was moving the "white outlined triangle ranged guy" moreso than whatever the unit actually was. Constant chart referral. Awful components with terrible artwork. Yawn. Give me Memoir or BattleLore.