Excerpt: It doesn’t give the same feeling as when you hear the EVA say “Welcome back, Commander” but still Field Commander offers quite a lot of hours of gaming fun, stronger even, it’s one of the few top titles that have been released on Sony’s handheld.
Excerpt: Okay, let's just point out the elephant in the room right away. Field Commander isn't as visually impressive as I anticipated. Somehow, the screenshots and trailers managed to evoke grandeur that doesn't come through in the game.
Excerpt: Owners of the PSP who are fans of the strategy genre have something to be excited about with the release of Field Commander . The game features a realistic military setting, and may be the best strategy game for the system!
Excerpt: One of my pet hates is overly ambitious handheld games. At the moment handheld games simply can't be as advanced as their console counterparts, yet time after time we have to put up with games shoehorned onto inferior hardware.
Excerpt: In Field Commander for the PSP, gamers must survive in a war ravaged country filled with chaos. A once powerful country is split into 13 starving states, each fighting for survival. It is up to you to save the country's destiny - its fate is in your hands.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is A first of its kind on the PSP, Sony Online Entertainment presents Field Commander. This is a good old turn based strategy game, a welcome change from all the racers and ports on the PSP.
Summary: Field Commander is a great military strategy title that brings in some nice innovations to the genre as well as being great fun to play. The 30 mission campaign will keep you occupied for at least 18 hours and it has robust online gaming support