Summary: This is a very neat strategy game. I like it a lot. I don't like super tough games. The enemies die readily enough, and so do my units, ha! This is part real time strategy (building units) and pure strategy (deciding on which islands to assault) and tank or air sim (piloting the units).
Summary: Long time strategy game lover here. I'm enjoying this game quite a bit so far...about 5 hours into it playing the campaign. The campaign objectives are not always very clear which it why I'm giving it 4 stars, along with some slightly wonky unit movement issues.
Summary: I watched this game for a long time and when it finally dropped in price I snatched it. I was not incredibly impressed with the game play initially but I got used to it and once I got passed the prologue and gained access to other ways to play I grew interested again.
Summary: So many things I enjoyed about this game. So many things made me want to throw my controller out the window. + Game play is fun. Using the different units to fulfill their roles was very enjoyable. + Graphics are decent. + I enjoy the combination of strategy and tactics.
Summary: The pc version originally got blasted by review sites for terrible ai pathfinding mainly on the walrus, so far it hasn't been that big of a problem. It must have got patched in the xbox version, you do have to babysit your units somewhat but they respond to commands well.
Summary: From someone who has played an extensive scope of games I would have to say this game is good but not perfect. As it is a strategy game.. yep you guessed it; it is best played on the PC but it still comes down to good fun on the Xbox.
Summary: Un jeu que l'on attendait depuis le dernier opus de 1985 ! Graphiquement incomparable à son prédécesseur, Carrier Command : Gaea Mission a une campagne solo qui offre de longues heures de jeu et un mode simulation où l'on plonge directement dans le combat avec tout l'arsenal nécessaire à...