Summary: I puchased this game for only $2 on Amazon...what a bargain! After reading the reviews, I had to purchase it. I've played many WW II strategy games, but none come close to Codename: Panzers. I was truly impressed with how simplistic, yet detailed the maps were.
Summary: You can play the game from 3 pespectives; Soviet, American and german with a plot line for each. The graphics are good, the game paces exciting and the mechanics are good. The details are excellent. A very good game if you like WW2.
Summary: This is an awesome game and as a History Major with a passion for WWII the game even has a lot of good true info about weapons and battles. The use of the pause button is nice as well, it gives you a chance to strategize when the AI out manuevers you-- you can set up defensive positions, outflank...
Summary: Codename: Panzers is a nice break from the traditional build-and-destroy RTS games. It's an action-oriented strategy game, ignoring all aspects of economy and focusing on the strategy and tactics of warfare. This game delivers on its gameplay promises and then some.
Summary: Codename: Panzers is a WWII RTS game with small snippets of turn-based gameplay. Unlike other RTS game, it doesn't require you to manage resources. You don't have to keep your economy thriving in order to build and train more units.
Summary: Codename Panzers is brought to you by the same people that made the rock solid Blitzkrieg. Funny thing is I thought they may have made the game stale by staying in the same genre, I couldnt have been more wrong.
Summary: Being a big fan of the C&C series and WWII games I had to try this game. First thing I noticed was just how great the graphics looked and how good it sounded. Gameplay is not the king where you can just jump in and dominate.
Excellent Game, Worthy of my Computer (which is saying alot)
Austin Holmes "Austin", Amazon
25 September 2004
Summary: This game can hold its own against many RTS games out there now. It has a much stronger online community too when compared to quite a few big name titles(past/present)out there which dumped hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars into advertising.