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John Carter
8th Sep 2002, 01:00
http://www.gamespy.com/previews/july02/panzerclaws/#

http://www.pcgameworld.com/screenthumb.php/game/1230

http://www.gamesdomain.com/news/8050.html

http://www.nemesisonline.com/preview.asp?ID=15

http://www.worldwarx.net/

Looks like it's already been released in Germany and Russia. Speakers of those two languages might want to go see what is said about it.

Here are the required/recommended system specs:

Minimum
» Pentium MMX 300 MHz
» At least 32 MB RAM
» 200 MB free disk space
» DirectX- compatible graphic card
» Hardware-acceleration with Direct3D,OpenGL or Glide
» 4-X CD-ROM drive
» Mouse
» Windows ’9x, ME, 2000

Recommended
» Pentium III 450 MHz
» 64 MB RAM
» 800 MB free disk space
» 16 MB RAM graphic card with acceleration
» 12-X CD-ROM drive
» Windows ‘9x, ME, 2000
» SoundBlaster Live-card

RedLegg
8th Sep 2002, 09:41
Note the specifications will be different for Panzer Claws which will only be released in the U.S. Frontline Attack is/will be the EU release.

Final specs are not set yet for the U.S. release.

Xcom
8th Sep 2002, 15:48
Originally posted by John Carter

Looks like it's already been released in Germany and Russia.

I wonder why? Seems like a peculiar choice (unless some genius in marketing department figured that since Russia and Germany were major participants of WW2, the game should be released there first ;) ).


Anyway, in that's the specs needed, even I can play it. I hope it stays that way. (could it be that devs and publishers finally realised that not *all* people upgrade their systems every month :D )

CatSuit&Ponytail
10th Sep 2002, 12:19
Originally posted by Xcom


not *all* people upgrade their systems every month :D )

:o They don't???? :D



Originally posted by Mars


Looks like it's already been released in Germany and Russia.

Ja, ja, jawohl, I have seen both of the new Eidos games in one store here. ;)

Scorpio
22nd Sep 2002, 16:54
Originally posted by Xcom


I wonder why? Seems like a peculiar choice (unless some genius in marketing department figured that since Russia and Germany were major participants of WW2, the game should be released there first ;) ).


Anyway, in that's the specs needed, even I can play it. I hope it stays that way. (could it be that devs and publishers finally realised that not *all* people upgrade their systems every month :D )
Look where Zuxxez is located ;) :)

I think most systems can run it... System specs are almost always over-exaggerated.