Hearts of Iron III: Axis Minor Vehicle Pack
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
Requires Hearts of Iron III (base game) to use this DLC
Enhance your Hearts of Iron III experience with the Axis Minors Vehicle Pack. This pack contains 28 new skins for 12 vehicles to be used by the Axis Minor nations in World War II. Included in this pack are vehicles for Hungaria, Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia. These range from the Italian designed Carro Veloce 33 through the Hungarian Turan I to late-war German Panther tanks.
One of the lesser sprite packs for the gameLSD | March 6, 2014 | See all LSD's reviews »
The Axis Minors are the smaller Axis countries in the game, which are very poorly fleshed out in the game -- this pack attempts to alleviate that by making their units look more varied. I personally don't play the Minor factions, since they're just not as interesting as the larger factions. Still, even as if you're not playing as a Minor, you'll still see these units on the map, which makes the game world more interesting.
A nice DLCCavalieroscuro | July 30, 2013 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »
If you like Hearts of Iron 3 and you want new customization options, just try this DLC. It adds 28 new skins for existent vehicles, so you will have more options to create your own experience.
Must have for fanatics of the periodmahon | July 30, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »
Hearts of Iron III is one of the most complex and accurate simulations of World War II at the grand scale. It's so complex, that it's not really aimed at casual gamers but more at hardcore strategists, who are deeply knowledgeable about this conflict. Such people often cannot bear inaccuracies in representations of various forces, uniforms or vehicles. The Axis Minor Vehicle Pack adds nearly 30 new skins for vehicles of the period, allowing to represent forces of minor nations of the Axis more accurately. If you are either a completist or enjoy seeing correct models in correct color schemes in your games, consider getting this pack. Although it adds nothing to the gameplay, it enhances the immersion and visual representation of the period. Casual gamers can easily ignore this DLC.