WWII Tank Commander, review by Daredevil
It goes on and on
There are no instant action or multiplayer modes; there's just a single-player campaign. There are no difficulty settings, but that's not a problem for most of the levels, since you'll just roll around behind your invincible teammates and fire away from relative safety. (The only "tough" missions involve creeping along the tight confines of a gutted town, spotting enemy tanks and blasting them before they hit you.) Did we mention that there's pretty much no artificial intelligence in the game and that most actions are scripted? There are no midgame saves, so if you screw up and die, you have to start over again until you get it right. :)and i had enough of this.
Posted on 05/22/2006 11:20