Excerpt: The folks behind Panzer Corps had their work cut out for them. Their goal: To recreate the intense strategy gameplay found in SSI’s 1994 hit, Panzer General. The game is available in both the original Panzer Corps and a multitude of DLC packs and expansions.
Excerpt: In Panzer Corps: Allied Corps players assume the role of Western Allied force commanders to defeat the Axis in Africa and Europe. It gives gamers familiar with Panzer Corp s a new view of the war as they command their tanks, infantry, artillery, and air units through five campaigns starting in...
Pros: Intuitive gameplay. AI puts up a good fight. Provides the “one more turn” addiction during gameplay. Potentially high replay value with scenario editor.
Cons: Title is misleading (no Soviets); however this isn’t a major issue. Price is a little high for 5 campaigns (30 scenarios).
Panzer Corps: Grand Campaign ’45 West – PC Game Review
9 April 2013
Excerpt: Panzer Corps: Grand Campaign ’45 West is a fun, quick and easy to learn, but hard to master, light PC strategy game. The game depicts the Wehrmacht ‘s fight against the Western Allies in late 1944 and early 1945.
Pros: Easy to learn but still challenging, great replay value, low cost.
Cons: Low historical veracity, inflexible linked scenario system, standard NATO unit symbols not available.
Panzer Corps: Grand Campaign ’44 West – PC Game Review
24 January 2013
Excerpt: Slitherine’s Panzer Corp Wehrmacht represented a rejuvenation of the classic “lite” wargame, Panzer General . This refurbishing alone is worth applauding, but the publisher has taken the system one step further by breaking the campaigns in the base game into “Grand Campaigns” featuring a number of...
Excerpt: Panzer Corps
Grand Campaign ’42 – ’43 West is the latest $5 campaign download in
the Panzer Corps series. The earlier releases were either the earliest
years of World War 2 or were focused on the Eastern Front. The ’42-’43
West is the first campaign focusing on the Western Front.
Excerpt: While the epic battles of the Eastern Front, such as Kursk, Stalingrad, Kharkov, are favorites to many World War II gamers, I tend to like the maneuver and thrust of the North African Campaign of 1941 – 1943.
Conclusion: I have been playing this game since it landed on my hard drive. I find myself looking for a different strategy every time. The new dynamic scenarios make things much more interesting, adding an element not found in many other strategy games.