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: First of all i'll start off with the challenge, which has many modes, but if you select difficult, it will be in fact hard. Graphics are ok a little to bright though for my liking. The story is very stupid! all you do is kill a bunch of people that mean nothing at all. The controls are typical shooting controls, they added a new feature with that, but i don't want to give any spoilers out. This is what made me impressed most, the sound is amazing!
Summary: I remember initially seeing the previews for this game when I bought Rainbow Six: Vegas 2. I have always been a huge fan of Tom Clancy games, and the books for that matter as well. When I saw the previews, let's just say I was stoked for this game to hit the shelves. A fully integrated voice command system was going to give this game the edge that no other RTS has been capable of doing.
Summary: Tom Clancy's Endwar is a hugely underrated game, especially at the prices you can pay for it now. This is one of the few games that keeps me coming back again and again, Yes its true that it has some flaws, the single player campaign is repetitive and the ambitious but limited online conflict is difficult to get excited about but forget all that. The voice control is sensational.
Conclusion: this game is very fun, but through out the hole approx 30 min match you cannot blink , non stop consentration is a must if you want to do well.do not get the game if you dont have online gaming. single player is very short. but online is very good the games graphics for the kind of game is great.
Conclusion: The first thing youve got to remember is that this game isnt a fps Its nothing like tom clancy's vegas 1 or 2, or cod4/cod5 Basicly, instead of you being on the ground shooting the hell out of the enemy, your commanding your troops deploying units etc. The graphics for this type of game are awesome, and the voice system thing is awesome, alot of people think its hard because the voice system doesnt hear your voice and always makes mistakes, but i found that it only does...
Conclusion: I bought this game more or less as soon as it came out, and for the first 2-3 weeks i loved it and i was never off it. but the downside is, once youve completed the campaign with one super-power the promise of being able to play as the others seems tempting, but its more or elss exactly the same every time round with only a few subtle differences.
Excerpt: "Tom Clancy really knows what he is doing when it comes to creating action packed, "feel there" games, with the exception of Rainbow 6 Vegas *cough cough* So what is EndWar. Well as the name suggests its another good ol' fashioned super-power war. BUT if your currently thinking "Command & Conqor Red Alert" well . . . . not quite. Its the not too distant future and the worlds recources are dwindling. The USA & EU start to create an "anti-missile ...
Pros: Great visuals, great voice command, great sound, great maps