PANZAR is a fantasy multiplayer third-person shooter. You get to choose from eight unique character classes, team-based PvP battles, exciting PvE adventures and regular tournaments with real prizes. Advanced RPG elements, the non-target combat system and the most modern graphics by CryEngine 3 will make your combat experience...
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 12 de Abr, 2013

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13 de enero

Winter Darkness Tournament I - 15th Jan



When we struggle with the ongoing battle. But we can get the opportunity to find the right side of this battle by beginning to think differently about the way that we attack and the way that we approach deffence, will influence the battle as a whole.


Prizes:

1st place 1600 + 1 week VIP
2nd place 1200 + 1 week VIP
3th place 800
4th place 800


Criteria:

min lvl 15
max lvl 24
min players: 6
max Players: 8


Registrations open Tuesday 13th January and close the day of the tournament at 18.00 CET. The tournament starts at 20.00 CET on Thursday 15th January.

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13 de enero

Winter Storms Tournament I - 15th Jan

Panzarians,



To be in a world of battle which is going on night and day, to make everybody fight the hardest battle, which any race can be fighting fits into the larger picture, and how the success of his fighting will influence the battle as a whole.


Prizes:

1st place 4000
2nd place 3000
3th place 2000
4th place 2000

Criteria:

min lvl 20
max lvl 30
min players: 6
max Players: 8


Registrations open Tuesday 13th January and close the day of the tournament at 18.00 CET. The tournament starts at 20.00 CET on Thursday 15th January.

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Acerca de este juego

En un mundo rodeado por los volubles océanos del Caos, cuatro razas ancestrales luchan en nombre de dioses crueles. Entre los sombríos restos de civilizaciones muertas, su última y única razón de ser es la emoción del combate y las ansias de guerra. Los únicos rasgos importantes son la habilidad de empuñar una espada, vapulear enemigos con martillos de guerra y diezmar oponentes con devastadores hechizos.

Demuestra tu valor en emocionantes batallas, únete a un clan o reúne artefactos encantados; avanza de victoria en victoria acumulando fuerza y mejorando tus habilidades en combate. ¡Destaca de entre las masas y escribe tu nombre en las crónicas del fuego y el acero manchado de sangre!

Características clave


Mundo de fantasía increíblemente detallado
Panzar se creó usando la fuerza bruta de la plataforma de desarrollo de juegos CryENGINE®3, que aporta unos gráficos increíblemente detallados y una jugabilidad fluida. Los jugadores se enfrentan en ambientes detallados y suntuosos, como cascadas de montaña, aldeas en la jungla, castillos antiguos y ruinas de templos. Sin embargo, Panzar es flexible y admite una gran gama de modos de funcionalidad gráfica, lo que permite a los jugadores utilizar ordenadores de hasta una generación anterior.

Amplia variedad de estrategias
Panzar ofrece a los jugadores una amplia variedad de ubicaciones jugables, equipamiento y habilidades, de modo que se crea una gama casi infinita de opciones tácticas y estrategias de combate. Los jugadores pueden elegir entre ocho clases de personaje distintas, cada una con sus habilidades únicas, su dinámica de juego y papel dentro del equipo. Panzar tiene distintos modos de juego: Dominio, Asedio, Rugby y Rey de la colina, por lo que Panzar aporta mucha rejugabilidad.

PvP basado en equipo dinámico
Las bases de Panzar se hallan en combates de gran intensidad basados en equipos. En Panzar nadie puede garantizar la victoria por sí solo. El secreto del éxito en combate se encuentra en lo bien que te coordinas con tus compañeros de equipo. Es la diversión ideal para bandas y clanes. El sistema de clanes de Panzar, que está muy bien desarrollado, ofrece a los jugadores espectaculares torneos en masa para hacerse con la gloria y con premios.

Héroes únicos
Los jugadores pueden crear sus propios y formidables personajes, además de desarrollarlos y equiparlos como quieran. Los jugadores pueden comprar, vender, fabricar y mejorar armas, armaduras y pociones mágicas en cualquier momento entre combates. Los jugadores tienen una libertad de expresión personal prácticamente ilimitada, al poder escoger entre una amplia variedad de peinados, emociones y decenas de colores para la armadura. ¡Deja volar tu imaginación!

Sistema social avanzado
Los jugadores se pueden comunicar entre sí en la misma partida. Pueden buscar y hacer nuevos amigos, ¡o volver a conectar con viejos colegas! ¡Los jugadores hasta pueden ganar bonificaciones por cada nuevo amigo que inviten! Crea equipos, participa en torneos, crea tus propios clanes y lucha codo con codo en pos de una meta común... ¡la victoria!

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® XP
    • Processor: Intel® Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 5600+ 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 GT or ATI Radeon HD 4870
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows® Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Intel® Core Quad Q9450 2.6 GHz or AMD Phenom II x4 920 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 470 or AMD Radeon HD 6790
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
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A 41 de 47 personas (87%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.1 h registradas
Publicado: 13 de noviembre de 2014
Muchas críticas de este juego se centran en el descarado modelo de "Pay 2 Win" (paga para ganar). Si bien es cierto que estas críticas dan en el clavo, puesto que la única forma de progresar en este juego es a base de sacar la cartera a pasear, hay otras cosas que, a mi parecer, se pasan por alto.

Antes que nada. Entras en el juego, y te dispones a crear tu personaje. Y no puedes. Este juego solo te permite escoger entre 6 clases (y dos de pago adicionales) con personajes pregenerados. Básicamente, dos guerreros orcos feos como pegarle a un padre, dos enanos con cara de sapo que se supone son ingenieros y dos magas, una de fuego y otra de hielo, que son elfas con un cuerpo de modelo de lencería, luciendo muslamen y la cara de una cincuentona amargada y con una profunda expresión de sincero asco. Probablemente hacia su diseñador.

Una vez escogido nuestro personaje, entramos en el juego. Pasamos un tutorial que básicamente nos revela el hecho de que el ordenador lleva un extraño dispositivo conectado llamado "ratón" y que si lo mueves la cámara se mueve y si haces click tu personaje ataca (casi parece cosa de magia), y con eso aprendido te obliga (si, si, te OBLIGA) a chuparte tres rondas de PvP en donde ves a tu horrendo personaje apiolado una y otra vez.

Una vez pasado este mal trago, ya puedes acceder al juego como tal. En PvP, una gente que sabe como va el juego y que te ayuda a entenderlo en perfecto ruso (ya sea a berrido limpio mediante el chat de voz o mediante el chat, que está en alfabeto cirílico) y que además ha pagado dinero por llevar un equipo de primera división te acribillan una y otra vez hasta que la ronda se acaba (por alguna razón, que aún no se cual es). En PvE, tu personaje se queda quieto (por qué cada habilidad activa un estado de disparo "torreta", o sea se, que o atacas o te mueves, pero no las dos cosas a la vez) y lanza un par de ataques antes de que aparezca un monstruo extraño que no sabes bien por qué está ahí, coge a tu personaje y le quite la viriginidad contra un paredón.

Y este es el resumen de este bonito juego. Si te gusta ser acribillado sin entender demasiado cómo ni por qué, sin duda este es tu juego. Pero si buscas algo medianamente divertido, yo te aconsejo que sigas buscando.
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A 258 de 273 personas (95%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.4 h registradas
Publicado: 15 de agosto de 2014
I Loved this game.... Up untill a week ago. (No play time on steam, played through their client because steam was not working right. You can download their client directly from www.panzar.us)

The last patch made the game 100% pay to win.

If you dont plan on shoveling out loads of cash to buy gear for each level range Im sorry to say, this game is not for you.

Sure it needed some balance changes but overall the gameplay was very engaging and a lot of fun. However, the crafting system needed a lot of work. By level 15 it was taking me 50+ (5-20 minute games) to get the components to craft the easiest pieces of my level tier gear. The harder ones or "epic" items were clearly our of my range, needing almost 10x the ingrediants of their lesser version. I didnt mind though. I would just craft them as I played....

However now. If you want to craft an item you must collect almost 150% more materials and now have a 50% to successfully craft the item(which you can increase to 80% chance by sacraficing vital skill points better used elsewhere).

Thats a 50% chance to destroy all the materials you spent days gathering (if you play a lot)

Of course you could pay.... paying has 100% chance of success.

I really hope they change this fatal error.
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A 198 de 226 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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6.0 h registradas
Publicado: 25 de octubre de 2014
Pay To Win.
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A 142 de 157 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 14 de octubre de 2014
To be honest, this game looks and plays very well. It has some the most visualy impressive graphics i've probably ever seen in a free to play game. But while it looks pretty and all, the game's main issue is that it's a straight up money grubbing pay to win game, with a few other minor problems. At first, the match ups are fair and, for the most part, well balanced. Everyone has an equel chance to kill and be killed. Sadly this can only be said about the early matches. After you get settled into the game and you think that things are going to be progressing at fairly a paced rate, like a good game should, you start getting matched up with people that are WAY stonger you simply because they invested some real money into their character. They get an enormous advantage over anyone who didn't pay and ultimatly win. And when they win they win HARD! You'd initially think to yourself "Eh, maybe it won't happen too often" or "its not that bad" to try to make yourself feel better about your horible loss. Then match after match, loss after loss you realize that it's a constant and reaccurring cycle that completely frustrates and irritates you. The only way to even have a remote chance to beat those players are if you happen to have one of those pay to win player on your team or you circum to the pressure and cough up the dough. Either way you get screwed.


Though this next problem might not seem very big, it actually is the very root of the pay to win problem. That honor goes undoubtedly to the dreaded item creation system. This game's creation system is one of the most sneaky and insulting kick to the groin! To create an item you must not only get a bunch of materials that are hard to come by, you must also have a ton of money to then buy the item. In addition to having to buy the items at a ridiculously high price, you also gain a ridiculously low amount of money from battles which makes paying for items a really daunting task. And if you think that they could'nt possibly make it any worse you are sorely mistaken. It then gives you a wait period for your item to made. And this could last for several hours to even days to recive the item you have worked tirelessly to get. The game's creators purposly designed it like this to push players to buy their in-game currency. Sure it rewards the ones that purchased the in-game currency, but they completly neglect and almost punish the players that didn't want to purchase anything and simply wanted to play a good free game. It can be argued that in a buisiness stand point a free to play game has to make some profit somehow. Which is very much true. But they fail to realize that it should be left as an option for the player to choose from without the fear of facing an unfair advantage. Many thriving free to play companies do this, and they have some of the most happy and loyal fanbases along with more than enough money to keep afloat (a good example of that is Team Fortress 2). This creation system takes away what makes the game fun for EVERYONE and just serves as something that stops it from reaching it's full potential.


But of corse, credit has to be given to where credit is due. Despite it being a money grubbing machine the combat is really well done and diverse (this is the potential i was talking about earlier). Each class has their own unique abilities and play styles. They all play smoothly when in combat and each of them have an important role to fill in the team. Wether you're the support or the tank, each one is equally just as vital to achieve victory. The character designs are very unique and interesting enough to keep you entertained. The amount of attention put into the graphics is fenominal! The max graphics settings looks fantastic with the amount of detail put into the characters and battlegrounds. When it comes to gameplay and graphics this game passes with flying colors.

Panzar is one of those games that i personally would not recommend, but if you think that you can get passed all of it's outragous problems or you plan to spend money on this game then go right ahead. play and enjoy this game as much as you possibly can. =)
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A 80 de 90 personas (89%) les ha sido útil este análisis
251.1 h registradas
Publicado: 11 de agosto de 2014
Prior to the latest update I used to love this game. It has great graphics and is extremely engaging. It used to have a good battle and loot system, and was reasonably fair in terms of the offered monetary VIP options. However, the 08/11/14 latest update took all the fun out of this game. Instead of the battle - get resources - craft items system it turned into an inbalanced roulette and an impossible grinder of a game, thus eliminating any incentive to play it. The players are now very obviously squeezed for cash. In my opinion this radical change will not only disappoint and drive away the dedicated players that have already put hours (and money) into this game, but will also scare off new potential players.
Unless Panzar reverts back to its pre-update stage, it will not continue for long.
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A 38 de 44 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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10.1 h registradas
Publicado: 7 de noviembre de 2014
Donate simylator 2015
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A 43 de 54 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.4 h registradas
Publicado: 1 de octubre de 2014
Its 100% pay to win, And sadly im not buying it , thx bye
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A 35 de 47 personas (74%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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0.4 h registradas
Publicado: 8 de diciembre de 2014
fun to uninstall
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A 32 de 42 personas (76%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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2.5 h registradas
Publicado: 26 de octubre de 2014
The short amount of time I have been able to play this game, I would say it is "OK."

I do enjoy the graphics and animations, but the game itself is the issue.

Unfortunately, due to the limited number of players (possibly just in North America), you end up spending a large amount of time just waiting for a game to start. The developers really should have come up with a way to mitigate this problem. Possibly using a bot system based on real player characters?

As it stands right now, I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone that wants to actually play a game.
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A 24 de 29 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
9.1 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de octubre de 2014
This game seemed to have a lot going for it. The combat and classes are interesting, the crafting system is a grind but manageable, and it is actually fun to play. However, it has some keyboard smashing features that just aren't fixable:

1. Long queue times. For a MOBA, you'd expect multiple games to be starting every minute for every level range. That doesn't seem to be the case in this game, with queue times approaching 20 minutes or more for a single game sometimes. And there is little transparency in the matchmaking process, no indication that games are forming, completing, or that players are even queued.

2. Everyone on your team is Russian. They don't understand you, you don't understand them. It makes a team based game very difficult. You may as well remove voice chat, which doesn't really work anyway.

3. Lack of new player information available. The English wiki is unfinished, there is little information on the English forums, there is little information provided in the game, and the tutorial is so uninformative and restrictive that it's a chore just to finish it.

4. Everyone seems to be terrible at this game. I've played less than 10 hours and not past level 5 with a single class and I have topped the board with all of them at least once. How hard is it to stand on the circle? I chalk this one up to the previous two bullet points: lack of communication and in-game help.

Overall, it's a fun game that seems to be failing simply due to a lack of interest from US players. If there were language based games, that alone would solve 3 of the 4 problems I have with this game, but then I'd still be sitting in the queue, waiting to actually play it.
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A 24 de 30 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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24.0 h registradas
Publicado: 30 de septiembre de 2014
We all know free to play games usually need to make money somewhere. In some games it's cosmetics, in others it's quick access to gear you would normally have to grind for...

That's all well and good until it comes to PvP based games. Then you border on pay to win territory.

Up until recently it wasn't too bad here but recent updates have put it into that territory a lot of us try and avoid.

It used to be an okay game to kill a bit of time in, now it's worth avoiding at all costs.
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A 25 de 32 personas (78%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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8.7 h registradas
Publicado: 3 de diciembre de 2014
Spent 2 hours to craft an item and it broke, destroying all my ingredients.

Tried it again 2 hours later and it once again failed.

10/10 masochist simulator, 0/10 action FTP game.
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A 172 de 302 personas (57%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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539.1 h registradas
Publicado: 10 de noviembre de 2014
I launch this game exclusivly to masturbate, then close it immediatly afterwards.
It's good.
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A 16 de 20 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 6 de enero
Totally dominated by russians (Packed with cheaters) and pay to win. do i need to say anymore!
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A 19 de 28 personas (68%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.4 h registradas
Publicado: 17 de octubre de 2014
First time to go into this game and the tutorial was pretty cool...It got my hopes up for my first PvP. However I had to wait 12 mins to be matched up...I googled this issue and found that this is really common and gets worse at higher levels...There is no incentive to carry on with Panzar and the fun you can get is limited by time...Do not recommend right now but if server issues and waiting times are fixed, it will definitely buyback a large crowd
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A 21 de 36 personas (58%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.8 h registradas
Publicado: 27 de octubre de 2014
First off your oppents are the russians, no big deal but unless you play in the am you are looking at some serious wait times between matches. 20 minutes plus and you can win a match in under 3 minutes. fix the wait issues
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A 12 de 19 personas (63%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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11.7 h registradas
Publicado: 8 de diciembre de 2014
It's 100% pay to win, And sadly im not buying it, thanks bye.
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A 9 de 14 personas (64%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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10.7 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de diciembre de 2014
This game has poor game design and poor balance and is 95% russians also its 100% pay to win. dont waste your time
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3.4 h registradas
Publicado: 31 de diciembre de 2014
took 5 steps .jpg then got smashed by 500 pigs and then a frog with a bomb blew me up, worst game ever.
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Publicado: 12 de enero
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