Panzer General 3D: Scorched Earth Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Panzer General 3D: Scorched Earth Reviews13
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|Neoseeker||70%||Nov 20 '00|
|Adrenaline Vault||3/5||Oct 01 '00|
|Computer Games Online||3.5/5||Sep 28 '00|
|Daily Radar UK||---||Oct 24 '00|
|EuroGamer||7/10||Oct 21 '00|
|GameCenter||6/10||Oct 05 '00|
|Games Radar UK||---||Oct 01 '00|
|GamesDomain||---||Sep 20 '00|
|GameSpot||5.8/10||Sep 26 '00|
|Gamespy||87/100||Sep 18 '00|
|IGN PC||7.9/10||Sep 21 '00|
|MPOG||3/5||Oct 29 '00|
|PlayNOW!||7/10||Oct 10 '00|
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Panzer General 3D: Scorched Earth Previews
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|Adrenaline Vault||Aug 24 '00|
|Beta Bites||Sep 07 '00|
|Computer Games Online||Aug 30 '00|
|GameCenter||Aug 23 '00|
|Games Radar UK||Aug 04 '00|
|GameSpot||Aug 24 '00|
|IGN PC||Aug 31 '00|
|Sharky Games||Aug 31 '00|
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"Panzer General III: Scorched Earth is shaping up to be one of the most detailed World War II battle simulators ever created. It accurately depicts the combined arms tactics of the war. "
"Panzer General III provides players with many game options and units, but it still feels somewhat dated, more like an expansion pack for Panzer General 3D Assault than a proper sequel. "
"The story takes place during WWII on the Eastern Front. If you choose to play as the Soviets, you are fighting against Germany. The Soviets and Germans are the primary players in this simulation. If you play the battle simulator, the Americans and British will also be available for knock-down drag-out fighting."
"There are eight "equipment classes" in the game: infantry, armor, recon, anti-tank, artillery, air defense, fighters, and bombers, and within each class are numerous types of units. "
"...brings no new innovation to the table... Units are not completely generic; weapons have a number of unique qualities making them more or less useful in every situation... campaigns do not follow the exact careers of officers..."