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By the creators of Panzer Elite Action: Stormregion; this real-time strategy title will once more take you onto the European battlefields of the Second World War. 1944–1945: In a race for the German capital Berlin, you take command of American, British, French and Soviet Red Army forces.
Release Date: Oct 29, 2009
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By the creators of Panzer Elite Action: Stormregion; this real-time strategy title will once more take you onto the European battlefields of the Second World War. 1944–1945: In a race for the German capital Berlin, you take command of American, British, French and Soviet Red Army forces. We are witnessing the final and complete defeat of the Third Reich and the end of the War in the European theater. As the player approaches Berlin, he is confronted with increasingly difficult challenges, with the defenders of the Fatherland becoming more numerous and desperate. In the German Campaign, you challenge the invaders in an alternate reality. What if the futuristic prototypes of German engineering had reached mass production? Once more, you can expect a strategy game of unparalleled optical opulence that will always focus on fun and intriguing gameplay. Tactical war-gaming brimming with new ideas!

  • The latest real-time strategy hit by the creators of Panzers: Stormregion
  • Groundbreaking war-gaming thanks to innovative gameplay and fresh ideas
  • Western Allies and the Red Army race each other in the Rush for Berlin '44-'45
  • In an alternate reality, the Germans counter-attack with their prototypes
  • The new Gepard Engine delivers foto-realistic and sophisticated graphical opulence
  • More than 100 different units, including numerous prototypes
  • Storyline and graphics provide entertainment and atmosphere, mirroring the greatest war movies
  • The Officers represent special units with heroic individual powers
  • The detailed damage model of the vehicles requires tactically sound movements
  • Soldiers can occupy vehicles and buildings and fight inside houses
  • Factories produce supplies, including "camouflage tanks" for misguiding the enemy's airborne reconnaissance
  • Day and night as well as the weather influence the game action
  • Challenging new AI that reacts aggressively to player actions

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows® 2000, XP with SP1 or XP64
    • Processor: Pentium® 4 with 1.7 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX® 9.0c-compatible 3D-Graphicscard with at least 32 MB RAM (ATI Radeon 8000 or GeForce 3)
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c-compatible 3D-Graphicscard with at least 32 MB RAM (ATI Radeon 8000 or GeForce 3)
    • Hard Drive: 7.0 GB free HDD space
    • Sound: DirectX® 9.0c-compatible 16 Bit-Soundcard
Helpful customer reviews
6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
145 products in account
22 reviews
0.3 hrs on record
Five WWII campaigns from a great (although now defunct) developer called Stormregion for $1.24: somewhat dated by today's standards but nonetheless fun to play.
Posted: May 11
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
72 products in account
7 reviews
12.1 hrs on record
Very fun game, great campaign great graphics the only bad part is the muit-player is lan and bots only. 8/10
Posted: May 16
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
28 products in account
1 review
19.1 hrs on record
great game, fun to play
Posted: June 21
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
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4 reviews
24.2 hrs on record
I sunk HOURS into this game when I was younger. Does it hold up to my memories? Hell yes. Even now, when I'm spoiled by games like CoH2, This games is still a good RTS. Graphics are good, (Except for the cutscenes...but those are so hilariously animated that it's hard to hate them.) Controls aren't awkward, and there isn't a butt ton to memorize. There are pop culture refences all over the game (Like, one time as the soviets, I captured the enemy base, and a soldier said: "Run Nazis! All your base are belong to us!). There are cheats for the game that give your units invincibilty, insta-kill, infinite resources, and so on. (I use invincibility, I know it's cheap, but it's so much fun to send my Ranger officer headlong at a bunch of tanks, and capture one with no problem). The only problem I have is that there's no "Select All Units" button. Which, when dealing with larger armies, can be a bit of a problem. I highly reccommend this game. Especially considering it's price. Definitely more casual than CoH2, but just as difficult.
Posted: July 30
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
202 products in account
2 reviews
0.6 hrs on record
For me this game was always an example of how such games should be made, there are several interesting campaigns with great storyline, unique missions and units, many great funny cutscenes, lots of so-called 'easter eggs' in most (if not all) missions, that made me replay them again and again, as it felt like i'd necessarily miss something out.
Posted: May 12
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39 of 48 people (81%) found this review helpful
255 products in account
2 reviews
6.3 hrs on record
This game is much better than I expected, especially for the price. I've played many games priced higher than this that don't offer the same amount of enjoyment. I am especially fond of how each country speaks their own language, unless addressing something vital.
Posted: February 21
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