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Field Commander - Sony PSP
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- Take to the field and guide your division to victory by outsmarting, outmaneuvering and outgunning your opponents
- Delve into the game's engrossing story while combating an enemy over 30 unique missions
- Rule the ground, sea and skies by mastering 15 army divisions at your disposal
- See each unique setting come alive with 3D graphics, stunning lighting, dynamic visual effects and highly-detailed terrain
- Match wits with an increasingly clever enemy and survive the day to become triumphant
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The gameplay is as fun if not better than AW but with some great online modes. There is a two player swap back and forth, AD-HOC and direct online modes. The Transmit mode is great for those long games. The ability to transmit a game back and forth makes for a (chess like) multi-day game session. You can simply set up a game and transmit for an online player. Make all your moves then transmit and come back when the other player makes his move. Get this game if you are a fan of Strategy Games and love being able to control an Army on the go.
Remember to keep your aircraft fueled before they crash!
All in all I've been satisfied with this game and would recommend it for turn based strategy fans.
A turn based strategy game, that is heavy on the strategy, with a military theme.
It's ok. I mean it's a nifty 3D env, but most of the time, you'll be viewing from the top, where it turns into 2D. And once you get into competitive online play, you'll almost always entirely skip the 3D view animations. One particular quirk that I have is that the group units are represented as a single unit. E.g., a infantry unit is represented as a single person, rather than a group of people. It looks a bit odd when a tank goes against an infantry unit. But nothing horrendous really.
Very good, imho. Having been a RTS player, I've looked for the sound cues relevant to the gameplay. So far, the most obvious and important one I've noticed is this sound that enemy units make when they enter stealth. There are others - such as when the enemy uses the factory, for e.g.. And all the vocals, the "yes, sir!" type of responses, are pretty clear and well done.
Excellent. It's hard core think before you shoot type of a strategy game. Think something like Risk or Chess, with far more complex rules. And while balance isn't perfect, it's actually better balanced then any other RTS/TBS games I've played so far.
Yeah, whatever. The campaign mode is fun, and it'll last you a few weeks. But it's also pretty easy to beat, and the story is certainly no RPG. The campaign mode unlocks new divisions that you can use, so it is definitely worthwhile.
Here's the real meat of this game. Fixed maps are a disappointment, and the SOE server and matchmaking system leaves a lot to be desired.Read more ›
1) Many different unit types.
2) Many different CO's and divisions with various abilities.
3) Good graphics.
4) Shallow learning curve. Easy to pick up and play.
5) Multiplayer capability.
1) Computer AI has occasional lapses in judgment making it easy to beat at times.
2) Maps could be bigger.
There is a story mode in the single player campaign, but if you find this annoying its as easy to skip over as hitting the "X" button, and its nowhere near as annoying as the one in Advance Wars.
If you liked the Advance War series, you will love Field Commander (unless you're a hopeless Nintendo fanboy). This is a turned based strategy game that is well worth picking up.
Campaign mode is a fun story driven mission oriented game. It starts off easy and gets more difficult over time.
The only problem I have with this game is the mediocre to poor AI (the reason I gave this 4 rather than 5 stars). Early on it is plain dumb (to make for easier missions) and gets a little better as you go on, but most of the difficulties later appear to be due to more difficult setups. However, campaign mode is still a great deal of fun.
The multiplayer mode bails the game's AI out. Being able to play online against other players and go up the rankings is a lot of fun and extremely challenging. You can choose different squadrons which give each player different advantages.
Overall, this is a fun game and definitely one worth buying. I can safely say that I won't sell it used either since I'll continue playing multiplayer games.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
:its just Advance Wars, but an upgrade
The voice acting and the scenarios are kind of cheesy. Like the old bad guy vs good guy movies with lines like "you'll never catch me" with the typical evil guy laughter.Published 5 months ago by James
Game is great, the 3 star is for the UMD disc holder being busted. The game works, but it is flimsy and in poor shape. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sean c Anthony
Great turn based strategy game where you control a huge arsenal of units from tanks to battleshipsPublished 12 months ago by Rob
Enjoyed the game so far. Has 3d rendered graphics, that look pretty nice on the PSP's screen. Game is almost direct rip off of Advance Wars series, without the "kiddie"... Read morePublished on January 29, 2014 by Great Mazinga
I bought this game for a Xmas gift for my 12yr old nephew, so I'm sure he'll love the game. I love that they were shipped quickly!Published on December 24, 2013 by Jessica Walker
If you're a fan of turn based stradegy this game is for you! Good campaign but not many missions, but it's a PSP game so that should be expected. Worth the money!Published on August 9, 2013 by Matt
the game was great and everything was there work well and I will come back for more also it was quick deliveryPublished on June 7, 2013 by CYNTHIA