Summary: This game has got to be one of the simplest, yet action-packed RTS I've ever seen for PS3. You're given a line of units starting from Basic Riflemen to Booming Artillery, each one upgradable as you play the game. Though, resourceful players might not appreciate the game as much, those of us who get a kick out of spamming the enemy with Tanks, tanks, and more tanks with a pinch of Helo support, this game is great fun.
Summary: The only real complaint I had about this was the voice recognition had some issues with the way I said a couple of the group names, like Bravo came across as Delta or something weird. Other than that it's a fun time, if you're looking for multi-player though since the game has been out so long there isn't a lot of chance you'll ever find a game in a timely manner.
Summary: I do not play many war games because i do not like them, however I DO like this one! It is an RTS game that enables you to use your headset to issue commands to your army which makes it a whole lot of fun, very fast paced nad for me very difficult... Highly detailed battlefields, near full destructibility of the environments, and it looks very realistic.
Summary: Endwar was one of the games I eagerly anticipated when I got my PS3. I am a very big fan of military strategy games and absolutely loved Sid Meyer's Civilization Revolutions. Additionally, the voice command option seemed innovative. Now owning it and having played it for a few months, the game overall has been somewhat disappointing. Granted, I had some good times with it, but the concept and innovativeness quickly begins to get old.
Summary: I have only played the game for a couple of hours, but it is great fun. So far it seems as though there are only soo many things you can do in the game, it is not like Dune where you have to construct buildings and harvest for gold or anything like that. However, the graphics are great and the gameplay is as well. I am an amateur, so still learning the game, but it looks like it will be loads of fun as I become more comfortable with the controls and stuff.