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Tom Clancy's EndWar (With Exclusive Steelbook)

Released on 07 November 2008

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

(42 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

Condition:  Used - VeryGood

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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:/b>

  • 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 (42 reviews)


| | See all Xenoph's reviews (1)

I played the full version at the euro gamer expo - which was nearly 2 weeks before the full game came out - and i have to say that the game blew me away! I must of played it at least 10 times there and not once was i bored with it. It really does redefine the entire genre of rts, red alert has nothing on the uniqueness of this game. After coming back from the expo i downloaded the demo and was disappointed with it. If your rating the demo 3 or 4 stars then the actual game us much much better! Seriously buy this game, you wont be disappointed by it.

 Great game

| | See all James06's reviews (126)

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End war is a great strategy game!!! Not only does it use a new revolutionary way of commanding your units. I.e through voice command, but in order to win and progress tactics are vital unlike some other strategy games that just require you to build a huge force and crush the opponent!!!

Placing troops in one place and not another could literally mean winning or losing a battle.

The campaign mode really does make this game great!!! You can choose from one of three factions europe, russia or usa once you have completed the pre world war 3 missions. Then you move to a world map were you decide what areas of the world you want to attack!!! The idea behind it is to achieve world dominance. If you win your faction does well however if you lose you will be pushed back.

On a unit level when you choose your faction you also get to choose what sort of battalion you want to use weather this be armored or resonance, aimed to help suit your style of strategy.

Units can a bought upgrades from the credits earned each battle and units gain experience each battle they take part in. So don't get them killed!!!
Audio 10
Game play 10
Graphics 10
Overall 10
Happy gaming!!!

 Voice Command is Brilliant!!!!

| | See all bikermel08's reviews (18)

EndWar is an inspiration to the furture of strategy games and the voice command works 100% and is so much fun to use. Tactics in this game is very important as you need to lead an army to victory. If your a fan of Command and Conquer then you'll be a fan of this to.

 It's great! Honest

| | See all GlasgowWasp79's reviews (1)

Om nothing in this world is perfect (except perhaps Gears 2) but this game is really, truely great. The voice order system seems fantastic to me with only the odd occassion where the system doesn't understand me cause im rushing through orders. It's really nice to get a serious RTS for once rather than the comical Command and Conquer series. As a PC and 360 gamer this is a breath of fresh air. A console strategy game with some real depth. for £19.99 on Play it was a bargain. Enjoy!

 Voice system works very well but game left me feeling cold

| | See all LeoMike's reviews (14)

I have to admit I haven't tried the full game, but what I saw on the demo was very good. The voice commands are spot on and after playing for about an hour I had one failed voice command. The interface is simple and the action is smooth and quite well paced. In addition to this, the graphics are nice and realistic but the real world still seemed shallow and empty. Another point to consider, is how I really didn't feel part of the action. I would liken this feeling to shouting at a sports game when you want something to happen. However, in the case of this game what you shout is exactly what happens. That said, I did enjoy the demo and I will probably end up buying the game and forcing myself to play until I enjoy it.

Rating16+ (PEGI)