Summary: Let me start out buy saying that this game is not worth buying at any price. Its terrible graphics its boring play its just plain bad. There is nothing fun or challenging about it. The only challenge is why would you buy such a pice of crap.
Summary: I bought this game for my husband because he enjoys warfare games. I thought this would be a great game for him. However, it seemed to deal more with the political aspect than much actual fighting. He hasn't played it since the first 15 minutes he tried it out.
Summary: This game is exactly like the Westwood famous Command and Conquer series and can be likened to the Playstation games, retaliation and Command & Conquer except with better graphics. The tanks are good graphics, while the people look like little tips of twigs.
Summary: this is a great game.you can play as a general of peace keepers(ICP) or as a general of an evil organization seeking for power(Ghosts). it take a litle bit to get hold of the controls though and it kinda confusing at the begining, but as you get further in the game it gets much easier since you get...
Summary: As much as I loved the concept of the game (being able to control every aspect of a modern war) I would have to say I would have appreciated playing this game on a PC more than on my PS2. Why? Simply because of the controls.
Summary: This game is my best PS2 game. I love military games. I orderd it the very day it was released. And I have played it for ten days. There are 17 missions with two campaigns. The two campaigns let you play as either the ICP or the bad guys GHOST.
Summary: In Conflict Zone, it's the year 2010 and the forces of peace (the ICP) are fighting against the forces of chaos (GHOST). Both manipulate the media to tell their story. On one hand this is your traditional strategy combat game.