Panzer Tactics HD & Killer is Dead: Nightmare Edition – Now Available On Steam

Deep Silver and bitComposer Games announced today that Killer is Dead: Nightmare Edition and Panzer Tactics HD are available on Steam. While Panzer Tactics HD does not come with any special discount, Deep Silver’s Killer is Dead is 10% for the next two hours (obviously as a bonus to those who pre-ordered the game).

Panzer Tactics HD is the HD remake of the Nintendo DS classic game and here are its key features:

-Three exciting single-player campaigns on the side of either the German army, the Soviet army or the army of the Western Allies
-More than 30 exhilarating historical missions, including covert operations behind enemy lines
-Over 150 different units, be it at sea, on land or in the air
-Gripping tactical battles: Turn-based battles with plenty of depth!
-Over 30 heroic officers that help motivate their units
-Use the different terrain, weather and seasons to your advantage!
-Challenging combat: Every move needs to be well thought out and can be the deciding factor between victory or defeat.
-High replay value: Engage in thrilling combat in scenarios against the AI.

On the other hand, the Nightmare Edition of Killer is Dead sports the following features:

-New difficulty mode called Nightmare Mode. In this mode, enemies can only be defeated using the following attacks: Adrenaline Burst, Dodge Burst, Headshots, so the gameplay requires far more skill and tactics. Players will not be able to use the Final Judgement finisher (QTE mode) to defeat enemies.
-Theater Mode – Rewatch cutscenes and get extended background information on characters, helping to unravel the story after your 1st playthrough
-Smooth Operator Pack for console will be included, which includes X-ray glasses, bewitching outfits, stunning beauties, and a killer new mission and boss!


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