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 Omak 1962
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: 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 so much more. First of all, it is beautiful.
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 on your traversing units.
Summary: Big let down for a potentially good game. Google it before you buy trust me.
This is so buggy and rushed out as to make it unplayable. You cant actually even
win due to a major bug crashing it when you do.
Summary: Carrier Command is a terrific game that merges real time strategy with fast
paced action. It maybe a little rough around the edges but it still runs
perfectly fine. Bohemia Interactive, the game's developers also said they'll
release a multiplayer patch if the game gets enough sales. Highly recommended to
all RTS players.