Excerpt: The Free-to-Play model for PC games has become the norm for the industry, but with so many out there it’s hard to tell what’s good without putting in lots of valuable time. Well, we think this title from WARGAMING.NET is definitely something to take a peek at.
Conclusion: For those with the time and patience however, World of Tanks looks to be an ever-evolving title with ambitions to stay fresh for the foreseeable future (new nations have been added since launch, and Risk-style clan-based world warfare is reportedly coming soon).
Excerpt: It's a simple idea, one that has been done before in multiplayer tank games, though none so direct, so efficiently. It has small hints of a role playing game in it. Just enough to keep things interesting and engaging for those that care about such things, like the powdered sugary sweetness sprinkled...
Conclusion: Auto-aiming: Is it really all that helpful or is it just for new players to get a grip on how to play? Is it possible to be successful while solely relying on auto-aiming? Auto-aiming is good for beginners and quite effective while shooting on the move when playing for fast tanks.
Excerpt: Today I begin another match of World of Tanks with the same anxious anticipation I’ve felt for my previous 1500 outings. Fourteen of my mates in a mix of scouts, heavy and medium tanks, artillery, and tank destroyers fan out into their respective positions.
Excerpt: True to its title, World of Tanks is a massively multiplayer online game that glorifies the tanks of the mid-twentieth century, and for a free-to-play title, it offers a surprisingly deep experience that's only expected to get better over the coming months with new content.
Summary: World of Tanks is a free Massive Multiplayer Online tank combat game where take control of a tank from the 1930s to 1950s from Germany, USA and USSR. You are then pitched into battle with a bunch of team mates against another team in a fight to the death.