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World in Conflict

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows Vista / XP
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • ASIN: B000Q8XK30
  • Item Weight: 141 g
  • Release Date: Sept. 18 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,344 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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On November 9th, 1989 the Cold War was supposed to end…it didn’t.

World in Conflict is the action strategy game where players defend their country, their hometown, and their families in the face of Soviet-led World War III, delivering an epic struggle of courage and retribution. You are a field commander leading the era's most powerful military machines in the heroic effort to turn back the invasion…one city and suburb at a time. This war isn’t on television. It’s on our soil and in our backyards.

Prepare yourself for the most intense strategy game ever created.


  • War is Coming Home
    - Fight in towns, suburbs, and cities based on real-life locations in America, Western Europe, and the USSR.
    - Experience a chillingly plausible single player campaign crafted by Red Storm Rising co-author and Tom Clancy collaborator Larry Bond.
  • Unmatched Visual Payoff
    - The battlefield explodes in a fury of cinematic action with World in Conflict’s ground breaking graphics technology that supports DirectX 10 and DirectX 9.
    - Permanently destroy the environment – beautiful, yet deadly artillery, air, and nuclear strikes lay waste to the landscape.
    - View the conflict from every angle with amazing 360° camera control that can effortlessly get right down in the midst of combat or view the entire battlefield.
  • The Most Intense Strategy Game Ever Created
    - Choose the units you want right away and join the fight in seconds – its all about explosive action.
    - Employ breathtaking super weapons like ground-shaking artillery barrages, napalm strikes, and awesome tactical nukes.
  • Fast Paced Teamplay
    - Battle online with up to 16 players. Coordinate your attacks with VOIP support.
    - You’ll master four different player roles; Air, Armor, Infantry and Support, in the ultimate online teamplay experience.
    - Drop in multiplayer allows you to join on-going games and immediately help your team take control of the map.

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World in Conflict is a game that has a great concept. In light of the other reviewer for this game, they did make a movie - it was called "Red Dawn". This game was very frustrating and lacked a decent control interface. Some times actions on your stage, to free a hostage, would result in their death as the computer characters, on your team, would blow up the building the hostage was in. The game only gets harder from there. The basic premise is that you only get a few units while constantly purchasing new ones - some levels give you so little resources that you wonder if the game is fun or just something to endure. My case and point is made with the last level in which you have a division that is greatly outnumbered and outmatched by your foes.

I would not recommend this game but perhaps the story is intriguing enough for a first-person shooter.
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Hello, my name is not K. Galan my name is M. Galan. This game just blow my mind because it so intense, Hollywood should make a movie out of this game.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars Oct. 20 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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Gift for my nephew who is a big gamer..
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4.0 out of 5 stars A short conflict March 20 2010
By Leonard M. Williams - Published on
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I love the game. It offers a lot of challenge and is realistic. I find that it lacks in being a very short game in the single player mode. Not much out there as far as downloads to continue the quest.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars World in Conflict Review Jan. 6 2010
By Dylan Frey - Published on
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As far as the game goes, I really enjoy RTS. Enough said.
Other wise, make sure your computer can cook for you, brush your teeth and drive you to work before purchasing this game. My half decent computer barely played the lowest settings.

Good game, recommend it not for the story, but for the elements of a RTS
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Fun Game June 10 2009
By sinner619 - Published on
World in Conflict is a fun game. Play the demo and you'll see what it's like for yourself. I enjoyed the demo level more than many of the other levels in the game. The story doesn't do much for me (I'm probably alone there). The graphics and sound are great. Carpet bombing and setting the view extra close is lots of fun. The destructible terrains are awesome. Trees don't grow back and houses don't rebuild themselves. I hope that feature will become standard on all games of this type eventually. Cut scenes range from not so good to very good, though personally I could have done without them altogether. The game seemed to have a lot more potential than it fulfilled. It could have gone a lot further in many ways. You've got these 14 missions to play (20 total with the expansion which I have yet to play) and once you've beat them, that's it. It would be fun to be able to explore more of the units somehow. You are limited to certain ones in situations where having certain other ones would make things a lot easier. I don't mind that and I love realism, but I do like some kind of reward once I've jumped through all the hoops. In some ways it seems to have been short changed. Being able to control the war would be very cool, instead of just doing missions with set objectives. Anyone can nitpick, but I would like to be able to explore a little more with it. I'm a solo gamer and this one does cater heavily to online multi-playing as well, so that might be another reason to buy it if you like that sort of thing. It like many other so called "strategy" games is really more about learning the interface, using hot keys, and being fast on the controls than it is about tactics or strategy. It's not really epic or absorbing, but it is integral and fun nonetheless.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not as great as I'd thought it would be Feb. 25 2008
By Chris B. Smith - Published on
Well, I had alot of high hopes for this game but it didn't turn out to be that good. Don't get me wrong, the graphics are totally awesome... the best for any RTS currently out there.

You are very dependent on your team mates in this game, which is okay for the most part... but since you can drop in and out of games very easily, I found it hard to keep a good team who could work together.

My other problem I had with this game is the units die to quickly. Even when winning during a game, your units last < minute... so I found myself constantly queuing up new units. I don't understand how you can have a strategy game when you units are not even on the battlefield long enough to formulate a strategy. I know you can lose unit quick in an RTS... but this game was just constantly queuing up new units because my other ones were gone in 15 seconds.

I much preferred Company of Heroes to this game... there seems to be alot more strategy in that game than this (i.e. - actual unit cover and how that effects their damage, your units actually have some life and can stay in a fight for a reasonable amount of time.. long enough to let you plan and attack... not hit your queue button over and over).

I will say though, this game owns in graphics and the nukes are awesome!

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