Reviews and Problems with Act of War: Direct Action
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Condition of the Boxes are horrible
17 December 2013
Summary: I bought two as gifts & they must be returned. They look like they have bounced around in a clearance bin for 10yrs.If ever I bought a game in this condition it was $0.25-$1.00 yet they charge $5 for this. Can't tell you about the gameplay since it must be returned unopened.
Summary: I love this game. I salivated so much when I was younger to getting this, but I didn't have the money until some time ago and decided to buy it. I had played on it on my old Compaq Presario with Windows Vista on it and it ran nicely, though the computer ran hot with it on. I loved the premise and the immensely detailed graphics of the game, along with the interface. Overall, I would argue it is one of the top 3 best RTS games I've ever played.
Summary: if you are running a windows 7 or higher chances are it wont work for you either, it played the through first misstion come to the secound one and game crashes with no error report I wouldnt buy it unless you are running xp
Summary: I love this game I just wish they had kept making and improving it. My computer crashed and I lost the game so I bought a new one because I had installed the old one with all the updates and threw away the instructions, Bad idea which had the Key to unlock the game, so I had to buy new one which is the basic game. Great game, now I am on a quest to find the upgrades that made it the best game of all. But the price now is so good for this game can not be beat.
Summary: This is the best CnC: Generals "clone". The 3 factions are balanced, the graphics are lovely, gameplay is perfect, wha else do you need I go a bit further: this game is slightly better than CnC Generals!
Summary: This game is awesome. It is one of my favourite games of all time up there with homeworld 2. Both of these games are so great i find it hard to decide which is the ultimate. These guys really stepped in and picked up where westwood dropped the ball, dropped the live action cutscenes and went "in game 3d"
Summary: With an arsenal based in actual modern inventory and well told plausible story line, this game is by far my favorite RTS ever. In game revenue is based off of oil derrick production as you play out the campaign in response to an international terrorist event. There is no limit to the your base building capabilities as a lot of current RTS have adopted. So building your resources, your weapons, and army to totally annihilate your enemy is still encouraged.