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ST Format (Feb, 1991)
Battle Command certainly comes up with the goods. It's very high quality, from the hi-tech weapons to the fast animation. The starter mission eases beginners in, but there's still enough depth in there to keep even the most ardent game-player happy for a while. Whereas previous games by this team had only one objective, Battle Command has 12 - and what's more, there's little probability of you successfully completing a mission the first time you try it. If you've got a bit of Christmas money left, buy this - you'll still be playing it next Christmas.
The One (Oct, 1990)
Battle Command is combat with a strategic edge, and even though tactically it's not as intricate as a serious tank simulator, it's no Battlezone either. In fact it's a bit of both. This mix of simplicity and strategy makes controlling The Mauler a joy, as even the most complex weaponry systems are quick and easy to use.
As usual in comparison to the Amiga, the graphics are slightly but noticeable faster and the sound effects are poorer, so the final ratings come out the same. Apart from that there are no differences - the game's just as brilliant. All wannabe Montgomerys apply here. A tad more originality and Ocean would've had an ACE Trailblazer on their hands.
Alles in allem eine gut in Szene gesetzte Mischung aus Action und Simulation, die nicht zuletzt wegen ihrer gut gemachten Grafiken immer wieder Freude macht.
Raze (Mar, 1991)
All the action is very reminiscent of the old Battlezone arcade game, but contains the strategic elements of the authors previous efforts Starglider and Carrier Command.
Power Play (Mar, 1991)
Mit "Battle Command" gingen die Entwickler von Realtime wieder einmal auf Nummer Sicher; seit ihrem 16K-Spectrum-Erstling "3D Tank Attack" wagten sie es nicht, das von ihnen souverän beherrschte Genre kriegerischer 3-D-Spiele zu verlassen. Ihr aktuelles Programm ist ein professionell gemachtes Panzerspiel, das den Actionfan in Grafik, Geschwindigkeit und Bedienungsfreundlichkeit durchaus zufriedenstellen kann. Die einzelnen Missionen bieten Überraschung in wohldosierten Portionen, das stetige Auftauchen neuer Gebäude und Fahrzeuge motiviert zu einem verlängerten Wochenende im eigentlich nicht besonders gemütlichen Stahlkoloß.