WORLD WAR II: PANZER CLAWS depicts the struggles of armored and mechanized units in a World War II scenario. All missions take place in Europe between 1941 and 1944. The game takes you from the German attack on the Soviet Union to other important battles on the Eastern Front and from operations in France and Italy to the German offensive in the Ardennes.
In 1940, France fell before the dark tide of war. During the early days of the occupation, the French government capitulated, forming a collaborationist state. While the country was under enemy control, resistance fighters took to the hills and the cityies’ alleys. These brave souls began mobilizing for a fight against their occupiers, and misdirected government officials.
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World War II: Panzer Claws is a strategy game set in a world war 2, game isn't new as it was released long time ago and it shows in case of graphics and mechanics. But what makes me angry is the balancing issues that doesn't have much sense at times like when soldiers are immune to tank shells or tanks have no range. It's frustrating when something obvious is far from you would expect.
WWII Panzer Claws is a game brought ot you by TopWare Interactive, which you might think it's a company that makes frying pans and cooking ware, but the "Interactive" descriptive that comes right after TopWare clearly shows their involvement in the industry of entertainment. Interestingly enough, WWII Panzer Claws was the first game in the series, because it has a sequel aptly named WWIII Black Gold, because obviously after 2 comes the number 3. The game is a strategy game in very much the same style as their other strategy game series, Earth 21X0, except this one is set in the historical war from the title. Apparently the multiplayer was eons better than playing by yourself, but I don't know about that. The player takes control of an army of ground troops, tanks and airplanes to obliterate the enemy and win... the war, what else? No, but unfortunately for TopWare, they oddly publish only mediocre games, not too bad, but neither above decent. X-blades, Two Worlds and Jagged Alliance 2 are probably their best accomplishments, and keeping that in mind, you might probably find something completely better to play from the same year that this came out. If you're a gameplay collector, you're not going to have a completely bad time as you can't possibly have high expectation. From my experience, I give it 5 out of 10.
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