Reviews and Problems with Carrier Command: Gaea Mission
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30 August 2013
Summary: The cool thing about this game is the different perspectives you get. You can easily and smoothly jump between a tactical map view to a first person vehicle view. There is also an FPS component to the game.
Summary: Maybe I'm getting to old. I just don't understand the "professional" reviewers anymore. I've played the original Carrier Command and have very fond memories of that game. You hear all the "professional reviewers"say how great that game was. Sure it was a great game in its time.
Summary: This game is pretty good for what it was created, some vehicles with various upgrades. The Artificial Intelligence is not dumb when it is commanded by good players. A strategy game with multiple control elements own vehicle, very good fun style that Bohemia Interactive knows how to create games.
Summary: My son is 11. He loves Halo Wars and Command & Conquer Red Alert. He has now loves this one, too and plays it often. Not my cup of tea (I'm a first person shooter and RPG guy), but my son loves it (and he is the one I bought it for)..
Summary: If u can get past the undeniably atrocious 1st person segment (just a few in campaign), then you will find a strat/action game like no other. I'm having such a blast. The ai pathfinding (an early prob) has already gotten a patch improving the pathfinding code a bit, but you still have to keep an eye...
Summary: As someone who played for many hours on Carrier Command on my Commodore 64 (1988 release), I have waited patiently for years to be able to play it again. While Gaea Mission recreates the strategy and replay-abilty of the original, they have done something so rarely seen in remakes, they have made it...
Summary: this is very good game it has a lot of gameplay tanks aircraft any a cat carrier first person shooter you can spend hours just driving around on the island it takes a little strategy and planning which most true gamers with love if you wanna fast game that ends fast go play with your Lego blocks...