Codename: Panzers Commander's Edition Invades Stores
CDV Software Entertainment USA is pleased to announce the release of Codename: Panzers Commander's Edition to North American retail today. The Commander's Edition is a value-packed bundle containing two great WWII RTS titles - Codename: Panzers, Phase One and Codename: Panzers, Phase Two. Gamers looking to re-enact some of the most furious armor and combined-arms battles of WWII need look no further than this outstanding compilation pack.
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About Codename Panzers, Phase One
Codename: Panzers, Phase One drops players into the heady battles of World War II. Whether playing in towns filled with bullet-riddled buildings, bleak mountain landscapes or treacherous swamps - Panzers gives players real-time combat action coupled with awesome 3D graphics. Create a combat force from over 100 intricately detailed units, including flame-thrower packing infantry squads, Soviet "Stalin Organ" rocket launchers and German Koenigstiger battle tanks. Players must use their best unit selection skills and combat tactics to defeat the enemy and complete their assigned missions, or they can test their mettle in co-operative campaign mode or determine the ultimate armchair general in player-versus-player competitive multi-player battles.
About Codename: Panzers, Phase Two
Codename: Panzers, Phase Two builds upon everything gamers loved in the original game while moving the conflict to new theaters and adding new campaigns, missions and units. Players can battle online and offline as any of the three forces in the game (Anglo-American Allies, German-Italian Axis and the Yugoslavian resistance) in competitive and cooperative modes. Phase Two includes more than 20 new combat units, hundreds of fully destructible objects, new battlefield environments and a selection of new heroes to lead armies on the battlefield. A powerful mission editor will allow players to edit and create missions, maps, units and captivating cut-scenes, ensuring that no two games are ever the same.