Conclusion: Admittedly it will only ever appeal to those with the patience for this type of game, but if you’re a fan of turn-based strategy titles, then Field Commander has more than enough going on to keep your interested for the duration.
Conclusion: Field Commander offers PSP owners something they’ve been missing since the launch of the system, a true PSP game. Field Commander was created from the ground up specifically for the portable. Sony Online Entertainment has single handedly showed the entire videogame industry how to make a PSP game and how to create a portable title that delivers a console-like online experience.
Excerpt: Are you a fan of Advance Wars but can’t stand the cute little units? Do you prefer some grit with your turn-based strategy games? Then brave soldier, Field Commander may be just what the captain ordered, but its Spartan presentation will certainly turn off those who choose style over substance. Playing Field Commander is kind of like chess with a whole lot more pieces.
Conclusion: With 30 single-player missions, 36 different unit types, tons of maps and a slew of multiplayer options, Field Commander has a lot going for it. It could have done better to add some more charm to the overall experience, but it's challenging enough it's not too detrimental to the whole experience - RTS fans reach for your wallet.
Pros: RTS on a handheld with a lot of challenge, Cool units, You can attack terrain to destroy cover or make shorter routes, Multiplayer rules
Cons: Visually challenged due to a lack of character, Very, very similar to Advance Wars