Summary: Excellent game! takes me back, really long, hard fun game. Highly recommended if you are a fan of the genre. Will keep you busy for a long time! A good entry level Wargame, fairly simple, but challenging.
Summary: This game is art, it's a wonderful recreation of a classic game! It is so addictive that I go into a trance when I play. I highly recommend this game to all gamers and just because it's turn based doesn't mean it's rubbish. Trust me go to Slitherine or Matrix Games websites and buy this baby.
Summary: First, let it be clearly said that Panzer Corps is a remake of the old classic from the 90s: Panzer General. I loved Panzer General in those days I and played that game to exhaustion. Panzer Corps is everything that Panzer General was and it had its terrific gameplay further improved. Another reviewer has already commented that now you get a bonus when attacking an enemy unit for each of your units that is next to it, making swamping a unit, a viable tactic.
Summary: This is both the entry level and intermediate war game. It's best at describing the various military vehicles and units from World War 2. In terms of graphics, it wasn't your 3D fancy games, but it is more fun and playful than those eye candy product. Based on remake for earlier Panzer General, it brings many nostalgic idea but enhanced with carefully planned tweak.
Summary: I absolutely love the game. I've been playing PG type games for 15 years If you like turn based strategy games this is a must. Some noteable improvements on PG I like that units are not automatically healed between scenarios - much more logical. I like balance on prices - much more consistent between units. The library is great for tanks but will be better when they add more content to it.
Summary: I have a lot of fond memories of Panzer General, Allied General and the rest of the old SSI lineup from the mid to late 90s. They're wargames of the everyman, far less complex than Steel Panthers or pretty much anything by the famed Gary Grigsby. Those are great games, too, but Panzer General was the gateway to its more complex cousins. Today, Panzer Corps is every bit the spiritual successor to those classic titles and does not disappoint.
Summary: This is a no excuses remake of panzer general. Apart from the obviously enhanced graphics it is about 98% identical to the original game. Is this bad? No it's awesome, Panzer General did not need "fixing" it just needed re releasing.! The 2% that has changed has changed for the good. An example, if you surround an opponents unit with several of your own units who have still got their shooting action for the turn left, you get a bonus when you attack.
Summary: I really love this game, i'm a long time panzer general fan. While the game is true to it's roots improvements to key elements such as AI and balancing really improved the game and set it aside from a simple port. This one will keep me up many an hour as the original did!
Summary: I've played too many games with graphics that were beautiful to look at, but ended up gathering dust on my shelf because they simply weren't fun to play. Panzer Corps isn't very pretty by today's standards, but looks nice enough and is a blast to play. That's all that really matters to me. I'm very excited for the variable battle sequence in the campaign, basing the next battle on the results from the previous one.