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Tom Clancy's EndWar - Playstation 3

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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Deeply customizable armies featuring unit ranks and hundreds of upgrades add up to endless replay value.
  • Can be played almost entirely via the revolutionary voice command system.
  • Experience a chillingly realistic vision of World War III in the fashion of the best techno-thrillers.
  • Explore 40 stunningly realistic real-world battlefields set in Europe and the United States, including Washington D.C., Paris, and Moscow.
  • Go to war online in a persistent multiplayer campaign allowing hundreds of player matchups in battles that can last for months at a time.

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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00109KMQ2
  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 4, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,350 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform: PlayStation 3

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Nobody thought humanity could possibly let it really come to this, but in 2016, the unthinkable happens… The first nuclear exchange occurred over Middle Eastern soil. It lasted only 5 hours and resulted in the launch of the world’s first joint missile defense system to ensure peace, that is, until now. With the United States, the European Federation and Russia at odds a final war is inevitable. Although intercontinental ballistic missiles have been rendered obsolete, command technology has evolved. Battles will be fought from war rooms, by the sound of human voice. Leaders will rise and countries will fall. Experience World War III in your living room with Tom Clancy’s EndWar, a revolutionary new war game built to maximize next-generation gaming consoles and completely controllable by voice.
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Get ready for World War III
Paris under siege in 'Tom Clancy's EndWar'
Save Paris or destroy it.
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Russian Spetsnaz Guard Brigade troops in 'Tom Clancy's EndWar'
Battle as one three superpower shocktroops.
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Command battles on land, at sea, and in the air 'Tom Clancy's EndWar'
Command on land, at sea, and in the air.
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Artillery units in 'Tom Clancy's EndWar'
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The Storyline
The horrific nuclear conflict in the Middle East not only killed millions, it also crippled the world's fuel supply. With oil from that part of the world no longer available, crude oil prices skyrocket to $800 a barrel. The vast Russian landmass now holds the largest accessible reserves of fossil fuels, making Russia the world's primary supplier of energy virtually overnight. With the massive economic boom it receives, Russia quickly re-establishes itself as a superpower and restores her military might. In response most of Western Europe unifies to create the European Federation, a new nation destined to be a formidable 21st-century superpower. But things are also changing across the pond. In 2020, the United States is on the verge of finishing construction on the Freedom Star, a controversial orbital military platform that will upset the balance of world power. The European Federation withdraws from NATO in protest. Tensions between the European Federation, the United States, and Russia are building and will soon reach the breaking point. The EndWar is about to begin. Which side will you fight on?

The European Enforcer Corp insignia from 'Tom Clancy's EndWar'
The European Enforcer Corp
The European Federation is a new superpower, founded in 2018 to consolidate political and economic power in the face of the world energy crisis and accelerating security and environmental concerns around the globe. Though publicized as an evolution of the European Union, demanding admission criteria disenfranchised all but the wealthiest nations of Europe. The UK and Ireland declined membership (instead joining the New Commonwealth), as did Switzerland (fiercely neutral as always).Consummate professionals, the European Federation Enforcer Corps is made up of veteran elite counter-terrorist and peacekeeping forces from throughout Europe. Calm and precise, these highly-trained and experienced soldiers are especially skilled in urban warfare. They excel in electronic warfare as well as advanced directed energy weapons technology, and have the fastest battlefield vehicles. The Enforcer Corps also have access to the world's best "less than lethal" weaponry.

The United States Joint Strike Force insignia from 'Tom Clancy's EndWar'
The United States Joint Strike Force
Once strong allies with Europe, the U.S. has broken ranks following the dissolution of NATO and the formation of the European Federation. The two superpowers are now locked in a costly and controversial military space race. This rivalry builds to a crescendo when the U.S. prepares to launch the Freedom Star, a huge military space station that Europe suspects could be used to neutralize its missile shield satellites. An evolution of today's Marine Expeditionary Units, the Joint Strike Force is known for their integration of air and ground combat capabilities. Epitomizing the saying, 'high speed, low drag,' these elite soldiers excel in precision firepower and can rapidly deploy anywhere in the world. Moreover, their stealth technology and the accuracy of their weapons are second-to-none.

The Russian Spetsnaz Guard Brigade insignia from 'Tom Clancy's EndWar'
The Russian Spetsnaz Guard Brigades
The world's number one supplier of oil and natural gas since the 2016 nuclear war in the Middle East, Russia has experienced an economic boom of epic proportions. It has used its newfound riches to build up its military to levels beyond the Cold War and is once again a true superpower in the world arena. Soldier for soldier, no force on the planet can match the Spetsnaz Guard Brigades in terms of raw, brute force. Hardened veterans of Russia's many regional conflicts, these troopers are a highly effective, determined, and deadly force. The Spetsnaz tend to focus on heavy weapons and heavy armor, and often ingeniously modify standard-issue equipment to suit their needs, resulting in vehicles bristling with bolted-on weaponry the original designer never dreamed of including.

Key Game Features:

  • Wage war without ever picking up a controller with the revolutionary voice command system.
  • Experience a chillingly realistic vision of World War III in the fashion of the best techno-thrillers.
  • Explore 40 stunningly realistic real-world battlefields set in Europe and the United States, including Washington D.C., Paris, and Moscow.
  • Deeply customizable armies featuring unit ranks and hundreds of upgrades add up to endless replay value.
  • Go to war online in a persistent multiplayer campaign with fully-customizable battalions and units.
  • Watch the destruction unfold in spectacular detail in massive battles featuring hundreds of units and fully destructible environments.
Join in a Battle Armed for the Future
Instead of the traditional top-down view, EndWar uses a unique third-person camera that puts you in the heart of the battle. This means that you get a bird’s-eye view of the devastation that unfold as hundreds of units engage the enemy on fully destructible battlefields. Also, true to the Tom Clancy legacy, EndWar deals with fictional, but strikingly true to life situations and scenarios and features a wide range of vehicles, weapons, and equipment based on real-world military research. The result is a frighteningly realistic and relevant war-game experience that provides players with unprecedented access to the cutting-edge technology of tomorrow’s wars and the combatants that may faceoff in them.


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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good concept, but gameplay often gets old February 14, 2009
By Adam
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Endwar was one of the games I eagerly anticipated when I got my PS3. I am a very big fan of military strategy games and absolutely loved Sid Meyer's Civilization Revolutions. Additionally, the voice command option seemed innovative. Now owning it and having played it for a few months, the game overall has been somewhat disappointing. Granted, I had some good times with it, but the concept and innovativeness quickly begins to get old.

The basic concept is that you are a commander in any one of three armies (Russia, US, or EU). You are given a set of battlefields in which to wage war on against an opponent (Computer or Person, if using online function). Once the battle commences, you request certain units (tanks, artillary, helicopters, engineers) and take these units into battle, either individually or in groups. Each unit has a simple, strategic benefit. For example, helicopters easily destroy tanks, but are no match for transports. Similarly, transports are no match for tanks, but can shoot down helicopters. Consider it a "Circle of Life" concept, which requires a commander to allocate resources effectively against whatever the enemy throws at them. Using a bluetooth headset (either the one provided by the game or your own for a cell phone), the user can give orders to send units to designated locations without any complex button movements.

While the strategic element is a lot of fun in this game, there is no real campaign mode with a storyline, which, in my opinion, takes away some of the fun. All you do is wage one battle after another until either you've captured all the capitals, captured a vast majority of battlefields, or the other side does the same. There's no background story, no "intimidating enemy" to fight. Some may not mind this while others may.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great control game November 6, 2008
By kyle
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I picked it up today after work. I started to play it and was amazed on how it was set up. The controls were easy to get used to for me. I like the setup for the headset. I just got the official headset with socom and it worked great with Endwar. I was stunned how you can use your voice. It was awesome. Its easy to say things but you have to get used to it. I actually played a multi-player with my friend. It was pretty cool. You can play with up to 4 people. 2v2 or 1v1. But if you don't know the basics, your going to get killed online. The storyline was pretty basic, WW 3 with 3 factions, Russia, America, Europe. I prefer America but there all equally good in there special areas. There were some graphical issues but they weren't big. I totally recommend this to everyone. This game is an amazing step towards console RTS's.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This game is highly addictive!!! November 24, 2008
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I purchased EndWar on the release date and have been hooked ever since. This game is very intense and very competitive during online play. It is really more like a PC game than a PS3 game. First you select whether you want to join the US forces, Europe of Russia. You take control of the different units like Tanks, Choppers, Artillery, Infantry etc and bring them to victory. There are different modes of play like conquest which you have to secure control points, Raid where you have to destroy select buildings or Battle where you fight your opponent until you have destroyed all of his units. You earn points for playing and more points for winning. Then you can use those points to purchase many different upgrades. You really have to be good at multi-tasking to be good at this game because there is so much going on at the same time. You can try the demo out for free on the playstation store to give you a better idea what this game is like.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Game Rocks! February 24, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Wow! It has the simplicity of tic-tac-toe and the complexity of playing multiple chess matches simultaneously. The first couple times I played was without a headset. Even with the headset on the first few times I thought it was going to be too difficult to play and enjoy. There is a steep learning curve but the basics can be conquered in a few days of playing it.

I started with the solo-game. The first section which is about nine battles is also a tutorial. It teaches you the basics of the game. You have to learn what each unit does and how best to use them in battle to achieve your objectives. You also have to learn how to get them to do what you want them to do. That's where voice control comes in.

Once you get beyond the "Prelude to War" missions you then begin battling for World domination. You are presented with a global map and each of the three factions US/Europe/Russia battle each turn for control of more territory. You choose which "City" of territory to go after or you can defend one of your "cities" from attack. My first choice was to battle the European forces that had gained control of a city in Florida. At the end of my battle win or lose the system will show you the "new" global map; who now controls what.

The objectives of each mission so far have been one of two things. You either attack or defend by destroying ALL the hostile forces or gaining control of more uplinks and holding them until the timer expires. That's the tic-tac-toe of it. If there are nine uplinks you have to control 5 then hold til the timer expires to win. You decide which units to bring to the battle. You decide which uplinks to go after and in what order. You decide which reinforcements to call up during the battle. That's the multi-chess part of it.
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