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Panzer Elite Action

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Jowood
Developer: Zootfly

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'Panzer Elite Action' - Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on Jan. 17, 2006 @ 2:17 a.m. PST

Panzer Elite Action is a fast-paced WW2 action game that lets the player Feel the power of 30 tons of steel armor around them and gives them the ability to command increasingly powerful tanks in a series of intense and dramatic battles. The cinematic and immersive action will allow the player to experience the adrenalin rush of an intense conflict commanding 30 solid tons of steel in the heat of battle

Get the Panzer Elite Action demo off WP (347mb)

The level is a specially crafted demo mission which does not appear in the game itself, we call it mission zero. You play the commander of an allied platoon and you have to attack enemy tanks, fortifications, 88s and other German held positions. You'll encounter a variety of different tanks – like the famous Panther and even a Tiger – in challenging different settings. From a dense forest to a small village, which is occupied by a platoon of German FallschirmjTMger!

The player can, like in the full game, give his team members different commands, like "attack my target", "stop" or "flank". Thus enriches the gameplay by adding a strategic element.

Destroy buildings, blow Panzers to pieces, drive over trees, even turn a whole village to rubble: Enjoy the destructive power of a WWII-Tank.

System Specs:

Pentium IV 1400 MHz or AMD 2000+
256 MB RAM
DirectX-8 Graphic-Card with at least 64 MB
DirectX-compatible Soundcard
At least 1.5 GB of hard drive space
(Graphic engine supports all up to date graphic features – from T&L effects to day and night cycles)

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