Action is easy to get into but has plenty of depth.
Dozens of different vehicles to unlock and do battle in.
Loads of vehicle upgrade options to experiment with.
No two battles ever play out the same way.
Basically porn for World War II tank aficionados.
Premium items give paying players a slight advantage in battle.
By PC Advisor on November 29, 2012
World of Tanks is a game that is quite a bit more "tanks" than "world", which I mean as criticism of the marketing, not the gameplay. It is a "lobby" game, where you queue for battles, and are dumped into a random map alongside random players to blow...90
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on November 27, 2012
World of Tanks offers a fun gaming experience that can range from the casual to the...90
By FutureLooks on November 15, 2011
The game designers at WARGAMING.NET put an enormous amount of planning and research in to World of Tanks creating a unique historical mechanized gaming experience. The challenge for any free/pay to play game is finding a good cohesive balance that...85
By GameSpot on October 24, 2011
World of Tanks is a great, accessible shooter that you'll probably end up spending some money on even though you don't have...-
By GamingShogun on September 06, 2011
Wargaming.net’s World of Tanks is a team-based, online action title where players in two armored vehicle groups slug it out for domination of numerous maps based on Word War II battlefields. While summing the game up in one sentence is possible,...-
By ImpulseGamer on September 01, 2011
It's a simple idea, one that has been done before in multiplayer tank games, though none so direct, so efficiently. It has small hints of a role playing game in it. Just enough to keep things interesting and engaging for those that care about such...81
By Gaming Nexus on August 25, 2011
I’m encased in seven-and-a-half tons of high-density American-made steel, with a 37mm Gun M1916 on the business end of my World War II tank. Which may sound impressive enough, but I’m actually one of the smallest and weakest vehicles on this...96
By Strategy Informer on August 08, 2011
It’s a daft name, there’s no getting around it, but WarGaming.net’s World of Tanks demands more than just scoffing at its moniker. It attempts to meld a lightly-realistic tank simulation with equal parts online persistence and swift...80
By NZGamer on July 22, 2011
It seems you can't go anywhere on the internet lately without seeing a banner advertisement for World of Tanks, so to satisfy our curiosity we took the time to have a go to see what all the fuss was about. Developed by Wargaming.net, the same people...85
By IGN Gear on July 21, 2011
World of Tanks might have a silly name, but it does something impressive. It manages to straddle pure tank simulation and shooter action to produce something that, despite being flawed, remains genuinely fun. The time required to research new tanks...75