Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Endwar
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Very disappointing game
J. Rhodes, Amazon
9 September 2011
Summary: within 2 days of having this game, i took it to a local game place and traded it in for credit on another game. if your idea of fun is pushing a button and talking commands into your blue tooth, and then waiting for your limited army to react to a spoken command, you'll love this game. granted it is a pioneer for it's type but not controlling any of your army with the analogue sticks and not being able to interact other than through voice commands was not my idea of fun.
Summary: This game is completely miss represented. It is a Roll Playing Game, not a first person shooter like I thought it was. I guess it was my fault for not looking into it, but from a name like Tom Clancy that is what I would have expected. Only played it once, did not enjoy, would love to get rid of it. Unless you are into Roll Playing GAmes, I would not recommend, buy Call of Duty 4 or 5 instead.
Conclusion: I have to say that being a Tom Clancy Fan and having played most of the other games including Splinter Cell series, COD, Vegas, Ghost Recon that I expected more from this. I am only glad I paid Â£14.99 for it and not the full price. In comparison to other games it is just plain and simply boring - you command your troops around and they blast the bad guys - sometimes you win sometimes you don't but the game does not have enough staying power and you get bored very very...