Check out some direct-feed gameplay footage of Ubisoft Shanghai's Tom Clancy's EndWar for the PS3, Xbox 360, PSP, PC, and Nintendo DS. Featuring the innovative voice-command ability, this real-time tactical game seeks to revolutionize how you play strategy games on consoles.
Having sat down with the demo (available now via XBLA) we were impressed with the voice commands and their ease of use. While it takes a bit to get used to, once familiar you'll be off and flying with all facets of your army flying around the map. The biggest obstacle it seems will be keeping your cool during combat (particularly online multiplayer) and keeping a normal cadence in the midst of the chaos. The beauty of the voice-commands is that it is supplemented with a robust and straight-forward unit control menus which can bridge the gap for small detailed or improv commands.
The demo is promising, and we would love to see more when the game ships November 4th on the PS3, Xbox 360, PSP, and Nintendo DS.
Tom Clancy's EndWar Direct-Feed Gameplay Footage (Xbox 360)