Summary: This game was ok it was way over hyped though it doesnt say that you need a mic to make it work right or that its not a first person shooter but besides that the graphics are good and its an averge game nothing reall special.
Summary: 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. The storyline seemed to be just a way to tie together different versions of the same scenario.
Pros: Interesting concept
Cons: Poor voice control, too many units to control. Generally very hard.
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. But, if your an average, non-24/7 gamer, I'd expect an option of mouse use - though, seemingly, this game's entire obnoxious essence is you shouting at the T.V. screen to move your army forward.