Reviews and Problems with Goblin Commander: Unleash The Horde
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Great Fun/Pitifully Short/No Replayablity
5 July 2011
Summary: I saw a lot of good reviews, so when I saw this for $3 it was a no brainer. I regret nothing about the price. However, the game didn't quite live up to my exceptions. First off, the game is extremely simple to control. They did a superb job of that. You have one button each for the up to three clans you control at one time. The game also helpfully shows you what the buttons do at any given moment.
Summary: This game is a great idea, but is missing alot of good things. The main thing bringing it down is the lack of characters and the soldier limit. How on earth (or Ogriss, the country this game is set in) are you supossed to kill an enemy BASE with TEN soldiers?!?! That is little more than a squad! I have never, in any game I've played, have to fight with TEN soldiers. Yes 50, 100, 150, 200, LIMITLESS, but never TEN!
Summary: i LOVE THIS GAME AND i LOVE THE GRAPHICS but the only problem is they copied the gameplay from warcraft you move a little dot around click on buildings click on the unit you want and thats the gameplay of warcraft and you dont build your buildings they are set out for you. On campaign you go on adventures like in warcraft too. In scermish you can have a lot of fun bashing your friends or having your friends bounce on you I was beaten three times in a row!
Summary: Drop what you are doing tonight and go buy this game. I bought it just because I like the title, ;) but I'm SOO glad I did. Seriously, it's loads of fun sending goblins to rampage and destroy the countryside - and the enemy in the process! It's designed from the ground up for console, to need a small number of buttons, instead of stripped down from a PC game. And that, boys and girls, is why it works.
Summary: I loved this game. I aways thought that rts games where Ps2's weakness. But now that I played this game I think they are great I hpoe you will by this game. I also think that this game is appriote for kids 8 and up. and they will most likey like this if they are good at video games.
Summary: An RTS is a game in which you (the gamer) control a whole army or civilization and attempt to make it more powerful than the other peoples. The Sims may also be considered to be a RTS and some people even consider the zelda games "ocarina of time", "majora's mask", and "wind waker" to be RTS games since they all have their own clock systems.
Summary: Goblin Commander has its faults. The worst of them is the inherent low resolution of the television set, which means you just can't see much detail when the camera is pulled back. The game is also completely lacking in bells and whistles -- no single player skirmish maps, very basic music, and a silly linear storyline.
THE GAME of the consoles - GOBLIN COMMANDER UNLEASH TE HORDE
Paul J. Dalton "Rabid squirrel", Amazon
25 November 2003
Summary: I think this is the best game i ever have played. I have more than 50 PS2 games, but this is the best of all the games i ever had played. This is a super-RTS game. This is a recommend game. When i am playing this game i just can't stop. THIS IS THE BEST F*****G GAME EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! buy it, JUST BUY IT!!!!!!!!
Summary: This game is one of the best games i ever played. a game like this is perfect for console because it isnt complicated like other RTS games. First night i had this game i was up till 2 in the morning playing it.
Summary: GC was a great game. I admit, I didn't really like playing skirmish but that's only because I was too caught up in finishing the actual game to care about fighting against my brother. At the end of the game, the story ended sort of abruptly. I mean, I still don't completely understand what the Moongate Naxus made was for. Well, maybe that's just me! Anyways, This is seriously a really good game! Gret for the price too!