Meh, RTS games shouldn't be played with a controller
Dan Meyer "Dan Meyer", Amazon
11 April 2013
Summary: Just another RTS port to console that doesn't quite play properly on the xbox. I'm sure the game is great on computer, but does anyone remember starcraft being on the n64? No? there's a reason for that.
Summary: Level design stinks my 5 y/o niece could design better maps than this. Levels are just too simple and straight forward there is no major strategy shift like in Forged Alliance where you build up your land force and achieve your goal. Then the map expands and whoa watch out you gotta retool for a water assault while still pressing the land attack.
Summary: I got this game on discount and still regret it. The story was generic with no details I can even remember that would be of interest. You could probably make up the plot of this game yourself in about 3 minutes. The controls were awkward (I played on the Xbox360) the battles were repetitive and the strategy consisted of seizing resources and overwhelming the computer, even the levels where you were supposed to keep somthing from being destroyed consisted of this...
Summary: I found out after buying a used version that it cannot be run by another user (unlike the original version). The Steam codes are valid for the original buyer's account only so it can't be sold to another person. I should've bought a new or unused version. I wasn't able to run the game to find out more about it, but you can look up reviews on the net about the game or try the demo version.
Summary: I read the reviews by others before buying the game, and what people said are all true. SC2 has ruined the game experience of SCFA. Really bad story, really bad characters Buy it if you have spare money or just want to support the company!
Summary: The AI is simple at best. They rush even when on Hard(turtle) with no real strategy, just send waves of unit and attack the first thing they see. The graphics are barely next gen. The sound includes poor generic laser sounds, sub par voice acting, and no gripping music. Seriously, isn't square enix known for hiring symphonies for soundtracks?