Summary: After playing PGII for many years I found Panzer Corps similar. Unlike PGII Panzer Corps is a little more true to real life situations; e.g. aircraft running out of fuel, lower unit rating after adding new replacement members to a unit or paying a higher rate for adding, what the game calls, Elite Replacements.
Summary: Good Game - Fun to play, but never seem to really grasp the calculations used to win fights between units... it seems some units can defeat other units too easily.... play with no roll option in skirmish section to see it you can figure it out. I have surrounded units with tanks and infantry and still can not defeat a unit, then a simple infantry unit will defeat a tank by itself. Difficult to use strategy when some interactions seems unrealistic ...
beautifully. I'm still working my way through the tutorials
William J. Sutton, Amazon
25 August 2014
Summary: I learned this type of game many years ago on Panzer '44 which was a board game played with a human opponent. I was hoping this game would emulate that one. It does, beautifully. I'm still working my way through the tutorials, and I couldn't be happier. The AI is tough, but not insurmountable. I anticipate many hours of involvement to come.
Summary: Pass on this turd..Buy Panzer general 2,3 or play the free version of PG1...So unimmersive and an unoriginal letdown...Check out John Tillers Campaign series(Talonsoft eat Front)...A rip off too,in more than one way.
Did not run on Windows 8.1, trying to resulve the problem
6 February 2014
Summary: I bought a new computer with Windows 8.1 operating system. I am a old player of the PG series and this looked great. Unfortunately, the disk would not run on Windows 8.1. The computer keeps spitting the disk out as unreadable. Tried it on my wife's computer, with Windows 7, and the disk functioned. The seller has been great in trying to resolve the issue. He is sending another copy, I will update the review when it comes in.
Summary: This is simple enough to pick up quickly and difficult enough to keep you engaged for hours. The only complaints I have with it would in the end ruin the simple side of it. You do not have to protect supply lines. The games I have played were you have to protect your supply lines get bogged down quickly with to much detail. This hits the right balance I feel.
Summary: We have 2014..and they still make games like that.. which is basically copy of turn based strategy games from 90's..20 years passed and you still cant think of doing something new? But i wouldnt mind that at all to be honest.. IF it was done right. But they **** it up, and heres why. SO youre comanding front/ army group. for example.. campaing in poland.. and your units suppose to We have 2014..and they still make games like that..