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Wargames Atlantic French Resistance Review

In this post, I give you my Wargames Atlantic Partisans (1) French Resistance Review.

If you have not checked out Wargames Atlantic before, they make quality miniatures at very affordable prices. In this review, I look at a 32 mini set of 28mm WW2 miniatures. These are the French Resistance figures by Wargames Atlantic. They are some pretty slick miniatures that won’t break your bank. On top of working well for World War 2 miniatures games (like Bolt Action), I think they would also work well for gangster and postapocalyptic games too.

If you prefer video reviews to written, I have that too. It is at the end of the article. Now, let’s take a closer look at these minis.

The Sprue – Wargames Atlantic Partisans (1) French Resistance

This box comes with enough sprues to make 32 miniatures. Each sprue holds enough parts to make 4 miniatures with plenty of options.

French Resistance Review - Wargames Atlantic Partisans (1) French Resistance Sprue.
A close look at the Wargames Atlantic Partisans (1) French Resistance Sprue.

After building the models, I still had plenty of spare pieces on the frame.

Left over parts on the sprue
All of these parts (and a few more) were left over after I built up the four models from this frame.

Personally, I found the models very straight forward to build, and they look great too. Below are some pictures of the built figures.

Built Miniatures – Wargames Atlantic Partisans (1) French Resistance Review

The four miniatures that I built off of this frame look fantastic!

Check out these images.

French Resistance Review - 28m Wargames Atlantic Partisans (1) miniatures
These are some great looking miniatures.
So much character in this 28mm miniature
Not too bad at all. Lots of detail on these 28mm miniatures.
These minis could work for WW2 or perhaps some gangster and postapocalyptic games too.
The French Resistance fights hard.
A great looking WW2 French Resistance miniature by Wargames Atlantic
This one has an American style grenade and a cool hat.

Overall, the sprues in this box set make a really nice figure.

Scale Comparison – Wargames Atlantic French Resistance Review

To give you a size comparison, I paired the minis alongside some Warlord Games miniatures.

28mm WW2 French Resistance Review scale comparison - Warlord Games vs Wargames Atlantic
Above we have the Wargames Atlantic miniatures along side Bolt Action miniatures by Warlord Games. The painted figures are by Warlord Games.

A Video Review

On top of this written review, I also have a video copy of it too. You can see that below or use this link.

A video review of Wargames Atlantic’s Partisans (1): French Resistance 28mm miniatures.

Wrapping it up…

Overall, these Wargames Atlantic’s Partisans (1): French Resistance miniatures are really nice. They are value priced, come with a good number of options, and look great too. The thing about Wargames Atlantic is while they deliver on price, these miniatures are quality figures too.

If you are interested in these figures, check out the Wargames Atlantic website, or head to your favourite brick and mortar or online retailer. One of my favourite online retailers that carries these figures is Cardboard Dungeon Games. Check them out too, especially if you live in North America.

Special thanks goes out to Wargames Atlantic for sending me these miniatures for review.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Marc

    These Wargames Atlantic boxes are a crazy value. I’ve been playing with the Goblin Warband and Dark Age Irish boxes – there’s so many ways to put the bits together that you get a ton of individuality.

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      They certainly are. Thanks so much for the comment! I will have to check those boxes out for myself too.

  2. Andrés F.

    Nice review Jacob!

    I bought these partisans to use them not for WW2 but for pulp adventures (Pulp Alley). I think they are pretty usable, they just require some minor kitbashing. Especially when used “near WW2”, e.g. something Indiana Jones themed.

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      That is awesome. Thanks so much for the comment and that is so cool! I really appreciate you visiting the site.