Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Endwar
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22 April 2012
Summary: Endwar is a crappy RTS game. In a world where we have many classic and beloved strategy games such as Command and Conquer, Starcraft, Dawn of War, etc, Ubisoft should be trying to raise the bar and blow us away.
Summary: If you are an experienced RTS gamer, avoid Endwar. This game has bare minimum content and bad graphics, The voice command system is flawed (I had to mess with too many settings to get it to work, and if you don't speak in a monotone voice then the game will not recognize your commands).
Summary: I enjoy first person shooter games. This is more of a strategy game and it will take some getting used to. I don't enjoy it as much as some of my other games ("Bad Company", "Rainbow Six Vegas 2", and "Brothers In Arms"), but I may begin to like it better after I become accustomed to the strategy...
An interesting game which I feel could have been done a lot better.
23 August 2009
Excerpt: I had heard good things of this game, and was a fan of the voice control of SOCOM in PS2 days, so I got hold of a copy and a headset. Set in World War III you are cast as the commander of troops in the battlefield, and you must encounter different scenarios to progress with the storyline.
Summary: being a fan of splinter cell and the vegas games. i bought this with out really checking any reviews, a mistake. this is all about the fact you can give orders using a blue tooth headset. such as go to enemy and fire at enemy, when he is dead you move to the next.
Summary: Like, I suspect, several other buyers I bought EndWar online and assumed that I was buying a first person shooter. When I discovered that it was a "capture and hold" style RTS game I was not too dissappointed as I've enjoyed the Company of Heroes format and already had a USB headset so could deal...
Conclusion: Basically, it's a good, solid, atmospherically war-like game; until you look like a prat that is. As soon as I was to play the game, I had to connect my headset in order to instruct my troops, orderly.