Tom Clancy's EndWar PlayStation 3

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6.6

Mixed or average reviews- based on 42 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 22 out of 42
  2. Negative: 11 out of 42
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  1. Jun 2, 2015
    0
    Absolutely worst game I have played and everything is clunky..... It should have been at least funner and it gave me no tutorial what a stupid game....
  2. Oct 28, 2012
    7
    A pretty big learning curve, lots of micro-management make for a hard-to-get-into game, but stick with it; it'll grow on you. Voice commands are a neat gimmick, but overall, that's commenalistic. Overall, looks good, plays- well, it functions unlike some other titles *cough*Sonic Free Riders*unconvincing cough*, and after you get into it, it'll hook you in.
  3. Feb 10, 2011
    8
    Tom Clancy's EndWar from UbiSoft Shanghai is a nice addition to the RTS (Real Time Strategy) genre which takes place in the future. The graphics are decent and some vast environments to battle in but the detail of these environments are a little to flat and dull. The game play is a typical RTS where you command a bunch of units and issue orders to them to attack the enemy on a battlefield.Tom Clancy's EndWar from UbiSoft Shanghai is a nice addition to the RTS (Real Time Strategy) genre which takes place in the future. The graphics are decent and some vast environments to battle in but the detail of these environments are a little to flat and dull. The game play is a typical RTS where you command a bunch of units and issue orders to them to attack the enemy on a battlefield. There are a few types of units that you can deploy and use like riflemen, gunners, tanks, artillery and choppers. All of these units have their strong points and weak points in combat. Despite having fewer buttons than a PC, the controls of this game while playing on a PS3 are not complex to get to grips with. It's pretty simple to command your units to go where you want them to go with a push of a button. The combat and encounters with the enemy plays out like a "rock, paper scissors" gimmick where one unit will defeat another but will be vulnerable to another. Basically, as I said before, the units that you can deploy all have their weak points and strengths like riflemen aren"t very good with dispatching heavily armoured tanks but are good for securing uplinks and shooting down gunners, tanks are vulnerable to artillery fire but are strong against transports and choppers are not good against transports but are great for dispatching tanks. Choose wisely on what type of unit you send to fight an enemy group of units. The combat is simple but the "rock, paper scissors" approach to the way battles between your group of units and the enemy's group of units works well in a game like this. The perspective of how you view the battlefield and command your units make it easy to see what you're doing and with one press of the square button, you can warp to any unit and issue new orders easily. The camera can be rotated 360 degrees helpfully but annoyingly, you aren't able to freely move the camera around the landscape. The single player is quite enjoyable to play and it will take you a while to beat. The sound effects are nothing special to shout about but they are decent with some nice radio chatter and weapon effects. There's a good selection of modes to play like conquest, assault, raid and siege. My personal favourite is conquest where you have to secure uplinks (it's like a domination type of game mode) and defend them from the enemy. There's a really cool way of commanding your troops using your voice instead of using the control. By saying commands through a microphone, you can issue orders to your units and tell them what to do. I say this is a really cool touch and it makes you feel like an actual commander giving orders to your army. It can get a little bit too much when you have to continuously switch between loads of units to issue new orders but I say that this RTS is a great game for the casual gamer. This is still an RTS you have to continuously change your plans and how you encounter the enemy but I'd say this is a fun, simple little RTS game that people who want to command an army should get! Collapse
  4. kevint
    Jan 6, 2010
    6
    the voice command aspect of the game is great, but way too much micro-management on screen it takes away from some of the experience. The game is lacking in some areas that make it a little less intersting as you play the game in its entirety
  5. CarlM
    Oct 27, 2009
    10
    I loved this game it's so addicting. I haven't yet tried the voice commands on it yet, but I am looking forward to it. I have been playing Command and Conquer for so long it is good to see a change in pace and see the way things can turn. The User Interface is nothing like Command and Conquer was. With the way that the battlefield is displayed to the SITREP that can be accessed, I loved this game it's so addicting. I haven't yet tried the voice commands on it yet, but I am looking forward to it. I have been playing Command and Conquer for so long it is good to see a change in pace and see the way things can turn. The User Interface is nothing like Command and Conquer was. With the way that the battlefield is displayed to the SITREP that can be accessed, all of this made to be a really great game in my book. Expand
  6. AndrewL
    Oct 24, 2009
    2
    I refuse to talk to my PS3, and hence, I'm stuck with a pretty damn mediocre strategy game. It's pretty slow and I found myself falling asleep as I played. Strategy games do not work on consoles and I can see why the command system was implemented, but honestly, talking to a game is not what I want to be doing after a long day, not to mention, with people living only a room away.
  7. nijinskinijinski
    Jul 26, 2009
    9
    Very good rts. it is slow to get the hang of particularly since unit movement is essentially restricted to defined locations, waypoints, buildings etc. However this is a lot deeper strategy game than first look suggests, you'll find that out quickly when someone mops the floor with you online. Online is really where it's at with this game, where your unit losses in one battle Very good rts. it is slow to get the hang of particularly since unit movement is essentially restricted to defined locations, waypoints, buildings etc. However this is a lot deeper strategy game than first look suggests, you'll find that out quickly when someone mops the floor with you online. Online is really where it's at with this game, where your unit losses in one battle will impact available resources in the next and you battle as part of a larger online army to control territory. excellent. voice control is largely excellent although it does occassionly misunderstand me, and my missus takes the mick when i'm talking to a video game. "Unit 5 attack alpha" - I see her point! Expand
  8. JaniceA.
    Nov 10, 2008
    9
    I know, I know! I
  9. PegB.
    Nov 10, 2008
    9
    This is a really neat game. I
  10. Feb 10, 2011
    0
    Tom Clancy's EndWar from UbiSoft Shanghai is a nice addition to the RTS (Real Time Strategy) genre which takes place in the future. The graphics are decent and some vast environments to battle in but the detail of these environments are a little to flat and dull. The game play is a typical RTS where you command a bunch of units and issue orders to them to attack the enemy on a battlefield.Tom Clancy's EndWar from UbiSoft Shanghai is a nice addition to the RTS (Real Time Strategy) genre which takes place in the future. The graphics are decent and some vast environments to battle in but the detail of these environments are a little to flat and dull. The game play is a typical RTS where you command a bunch of units and issue orders to them to attack the enemy on a battlefield. There are a few types of units that you can deploy and use like riflemen, gunners, tanks, artillery and choppers. All of these units have their strong points and weak points in combat. Despite having fewer buttons than a PC, the controls of this game while playing on a PS3 are not complex to get to grips with. It's pretty simple to command your units to go where you want them to go with a push of a button. The combat and encounters with the enemy plays out like a "rock, paper scissors" gimmick where one unit will defeat another but will be vulnerable to another. Basically, as I said before, the units that you can deploy all have their weak points and strengths like riflemen aren"t very good with dispatching heavily armoured tanks but are good for securing uplinks and shooting down gunners, tanks are vulnerable to artillery fire but are strong against transports and choppers are not good against transports but are great for dispatching tanks. Choose wisely on what type of unit you send to fight an enemy group of units. The combat is simple but the "rock, paper scissors" approach to the way battles between your group of units and the enemy's group of units works well in a game like this. The perspective of how you view the battlefield and command your units make it easy to see what you're doing and with one press of the square button, you can warp to any unit and issue new orders easily. The camera can be rotated 360 degrees helpfully but annoyingly, you aren't able to freely move the camera around the landscape. The single player is quite enjoyable to play and it will take you a while to beat. The sound effects are nothing special to shout about but they are decent with some nice radio chatter and weapon effects. There's a good selection of modes to play like conquest, assault, raid and siege. My personal favourite is conquest where you have to secure uplinks (it's like a domination type of game mode) and defend them from the enemy. There's a really cool way of commanding your troops using your voice instead of using the control. By saying commands through a microphone, you can issue orders to your units and tell them what to do. I say this is a really cool touch and it makes you feel like an actual commander giving orders to your army. It can get a little bit too much when you have to continuously switch between loads of units to issue new orders but I say that this RTS is a great game for the casual gamer. This is still an RTS you have to continuously change your plans and how you encounter the enemy but I'd say this is a fun, simple little RTS game that people who want to command an army should get! Collapse
Metascore
76

Generally favorable reviews - based on 33 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 23 out of 33
  2. Negative: 0 out of 33
  1. The new voice command system works flawlessly, and players should find it to be a mighty rewarding experience.
  2. EndWar is a very hopeful beginning for the first strategic franchise of Ubisoft that is born for consoles. Unfortunately the lack of depth prevents the game from being a memorable title, but the great control and its powerful online mode are two really interesting options for those who like RTS games.
  3. The persistent army customization is a fun hook to maintain interest, the ebb and flow of battle is more dynamic (fighting the AI quickly becomes a tedious slog through its long stream of reinforcements), and the usual RTS pacing metagame becomes something of a remedy for the tepid nuts and bolts of battle.