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Tom Clancy's EndWar

Released on 07 November 2008

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (14 customer reviews) | Write a review

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It's World War 3 on a scale and level of intensity that has never been seen. The full war genre that Tom Clancy created with Red Storm Rising eventually comes to life with Tom Clancy's EndWar - a chillingly realistic vision of World War 3!

True to the Tom Clancy's videogames' tradition of innovation and excellence, Tom Clancy's EndWar is an all-new breed of strategy game. Designed from the ground up for consoles, it is a fusion of next-gen technology, superior design and first-class production values behind which is veteran strategy games designer Michael De Plater who's previous titles include the Total War series.

Set in 2020, with resources growing scarce every nation must look after themselves. Tom Clancy's EndWar explores a full-scale land war between superpowers.

Cutting-edge technology:

  • The first strategy game to be entirely playable with voice command
  • The "commander's-eye view" offers a view of the action from the perspective of any unit under control
  • Rock solid soldier AI: they autonomously seek cover, engage enemies, and withdraw

Massive multiplayer, endless replay value:

  • The massively multiplayer "Risk-style" Theatre of War campaign groups masses of players in live action
  • Online battles allow up to 12 players in live action on the same map
  • Unique units customisation features (weapons, armour, gears) allow unlimited combinations in online and offline games

Your world in flames:

  • 40 real-life recognisable battlefields including Washington D.C., Paris and Moscow
  • Fully destructible dynamic environments
  • Hundreds of characters and vehicles onscreen in real-time, with a level of detail previously associated with first-person shooters

customer Reviews

 Average rating (14 reviews)

 Disabled Silent Play = Disabled Play

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Basically, it's a good, solid, atmospherically war-like game; until you look like a prat that is. As soon as I was to play the game, I had to connect my headset in order to instruct my troops, orderly. But, if your an average, non-24/7 gamer, I'd expect an option of mouse use - though, seemingly, this game's entire obnoxious essence is you shouting at the T.V. screen to move your army forward.

Other than that ludicrous problem, the gameplay is pretty great and everything is viewable: allowing you to see your soldier's precisely ordered attacks. Online play is adequate and pretty much identical to the campaign mode - making it easier to handle.

So, evidently, this game doesn't bode well with the norm: few reviews and poorly compulsory interface. I wouldn't recommend if you are similar to my likings. But if your a fanatical gamer, this would be ideal for you.


| | See all pamhalladay's reviews (1)

I have to say that being a Tom Clancy Fan and having played most of the other games including Splinter Cell series, COD, Vegas, Ghost Recon that I expected more from this. I am only glad I paid £14.99 for it and not the full price. In comparison to other games it is just plain and simply boring - you command your troops around and they blast the bad guys - sometimes you win sometimes you don't but the game does not have enough staying power and you get bored very very quickly - For £15 if you want a strategy game then go for it - if you expect more out of your games and want to feel like you are really playing then give it a big wide birth!!

 Very disapointing

| | See all KT1987's reviews (1)

This game was very boring i only played the first 10 mins of it and i was fed up, not great dont buy it

 under rated

| | See all claxweedyin's reviews (2)

i played endwar back in the days when it first came out. it is one of the most under rated games in recent years. online play wis glitchy but addictive and fun. too many complaints about the voice control aspect, especially when controlling them normally was far quicker. its one of those games where, if more people had bought it, it would have been much better online. look to endwar 2

 great strategy

| | See all n0bben's reviews (12)

this is a beautiful strategy game for ps3, and if you are playing with mic it's better, controlling your units on the battlefield with your voice, thats cool. But I will recomend to play the online part with a friend, then you will hace a good tactic and maybe win the whole war(?)

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Rating16+ (PEGI)