Reviews and Problems with Act of War: Direct Action
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18 February 2013
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: I played this RTS religiously for about a year before I moved on and found out about Dawn of War. Anybody who likes RTSs at all should try this little-known gem from Atari. To put it simply, Act of War is in my opinion the perfect Command and Conquer game. It takes everything that made Command and Conquer great and dials it up to 11. This is strange because Act of War isn't actually an official Command and Conquer game.
Conclusion: This must be one of the best RTSs I own, the graphics look amazing, the units are realistic, it has a very good story line in the campaign mode and you can garison buildings with loads of infantry.
Conclusion: think command and conquer and then think 100 times better cause this game really is the attention to detail is immense and units that r actually realistic to todays militery and with the very gud story line whihc alot of rts games lack this is a must buy and wiv out a shadow of a doubt the best present to future rts game iv ever played on command and conquer beware thats all am saying.
Conclusion: Glossy command and conquor clone, decent although lackluster single player game, but it won't hold your interest for long. The game centers around resources, early acquisition of them, and base/tech management. Command troops, tanks, planes and nukes. An innovative feature is acquiring prisoners for $. Reasonably worthwhile for less than Â£10.