Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Endwar
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28 October 2012
Summary: A pretty big learning curve, lots of micro-management make for a hard-to-get-into game, but stick with it; it'll grow on you. Voice commands are a neat gimmick, but overall, that's commenalistic.
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.
Summary: Tom Clancy's EndWar from UbiSoft Shanghai is a nice addition to the RTS (Real Time Strategy) genre which takes place in the future. The graphics are decent and some vast environments to battle in but the detail of these environments are a little to flat and dull.
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...
Summary: I am a big fan of war games and still play C&C Generals and Zero Hour, act of war on PC. These games are great war games and a lot of fun. I wasn't sure what to expect from this game watching youtube and reading reviews - couldn't get a good feel for the game based on that.
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.
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.