Summary: Game refuses to load up but I bought it, I'm stuck with it. Can't tell you about the game play if I can't play the game. Not crying and not demanding my money back as that is not my style. Not a very helpful review I know but, what the heck. our lot in life.
Summary: I can't progress in the story, crashes in the same spot every time, right in the first mission, even after patching. Bought for cheap so letting it slide, may try on a diff PC, but all other games work fine on my rig: win7 x64 SP1 Patched Radeon 6850 2GB Latest Drivers AMD FX8120 8 Core CPU No Overclocking 16GB DDR3 1600 120GB SATAIII SSD + 3TB 7200RPM SATAIII HDD+ 250GB 7200RPM SATAII HDD SB Live!
Summary: This game takes forever to load. I have the fastest download charter cable provides and my system has a lot of free space but this game is very slow 2 hr to download and another hr to load after that.
Despite the claims, not an RTS game. In fact, not a game at all.
Daniel S., Amazon
20 April 2012
Summary: With Tom Clancy's name being rubber-stamped onto ever-greater numbers of games like HAWX and Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2, it was inevitable that someone would eventually try to make an RTS game. And since most of the people who know Tom Clancy titles mainly play on the consoles, the square peg of the RTS would have to be cut down to fit in the round hole of the consoles.
Summary: I've got very fast internet service and a top-quality computer. It took me about four days to download the game from amazon, and then about two-three more days to download the game through steam. And I can't even get past the loading screen because the game just stops unexpectedly. According to the saints row forums, I'd say maybe abut 50% of all owners of the game are having issues with it.
Summary: This game was on sale. I was tempted into buying it despite the poor feedback I heard. The only thing that was somewhat lukewarm amusing in this game was the voice command control. I enjoyed barking commands for about 2 minutes, then it got old. It is far less efficient than the keyboard and mouse combination. If you would to use this system for Starcraft, I would guarantee that it will place you in a disadvantage. Pro, No need to track unit location anymore.
Summary: I have played many Clancy games over the years and I don't think I have ever been more disappointed. The interface is clunky if you don't want to use voice control. You have to micro-manage you units which is silly to me in a strategy game. I.E. you have to tell your infantry to get behind cover. That is pretty silly in my mind.