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    Tom Clancy's EndWar

    Game » consists of 16 releases. Released Nov 04, 2008

    Tom Clancy's Endwar is a real time strategy game in which the three major superpowers of the world ignite and engage in World War III.

    So I played the demo

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    #1  Edited By fresh2deafbill

    and I really like it. I am not a fan of RTS games but i really enjoyed this. Really considering it

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    #2  Edited By Davvyk

    Im really struggling to get on live atm. how do the voice commands hold up?

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    #3  Edited By fresh2deafbill
    Davvyk said:
    "Im really struggling to get on live atm. how do the voice commands hold up?"
    i use the wireless mic and i think the wired is prefered but it works well.
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    #4  Edited By MisterGale

    Voice Commands are working really well over here. The only problem i has was that i have a heavy British accent, so Zulu sometimes registered as Sierra. Beyond that, the demo has left me wanting more (like all good games.) Going to play it a few more times and I look forward to getting into some online action.

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    #5  Edited By fresh2deafbill
    MisterGale said:
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    Voice Commands are working really well over here. The only problem i has was that i have a heavy British accent, so Zulu sometimes registered as Sierra. Beyond that, the demo has left me wanting more (like all good games.) Going to play it a few more times and I look forward to getting into some online action.

    "
    do you use the wired mic?
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    #6  Edited By jakob187

    DL'd the demo last night.  The level they show off is rather unexciting and short, but I can see where the game is going.  Yes, you use a mic to issue all your commands, and the voice command system is very dead-on.  Cool stuff, and I can see that if the action gets pretty intense, it's going to be pretty sweet to use.

    Honestly, best RTS I've seen on consoles so far, and the demo has me psyched about the game.  I just hope that the action gets pretty awesome eventually in the campaign.
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    #7  Edited By BiggerBomb

    I had a wireless mic but one day out of the blue it just stopped turning on. I loved it when it worked though.

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    #8  Edited By OfficialJab

    Wish I had a computer that could run it  :(  One day.

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    #9  Edited By jakob187

    I played the 360 demo, btw.

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    #10  Edited By Mistyshadow

    I just played the demo right, but I couldn't figure how  exactly to direct multiple units at once, I can only seem to direct one unit at a time. Am I doing something wrong?

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    #11  Edited By Zeph

    You can go about commanding multiple units in two ways: First, you can group units into task groups by selecting one unit, hold the left trigger, and then press up on the d-pad;  then d-padding over to the other units you want grouped and pressing up while the left trigger is still held down. After selecting the group, press Y with the trigger still held down. It will create task groups in numerical order of creation and you can then use "task group 1, 2, etc." as a who command.

    The second way requires the "Standard" voice command mode to be selected in the game menu (as opposed to "Lite"). Then you can issue a "calling all" command if you want all units of a certain type, or you can hold down the voice command trigger and speak the units you want selected (for instance, say "unit 1 unit 2 unit 3 unit 4" and you will see those units highlighted). I highly recommend Standard mode once you get used to the basic game mechanics, you can basically control the entire game via voice command once you do.


    Hope that help!

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