Order of War
Tons of units at your control.
Easy to access cinematic camera to watch the action unfold.
Little needless micromanagement.
Interface is good & easy to get used too.
Two campaigns offer plenty of variety.
Utterly generic feel with braindead AI.
Presentation focus on cinematic view vs. in-game might be off-putting for those expecting something similar to Company of Heroes.
Muddle color palette makes tracking troops a challenge.
Gameplay is too simplistic.
By Gear Diary on December 16, 2010
Quick – what pops into your head when you hear ‘Order of War’? Probably that it is a war game, and perhaps that it is a World War II game based on similarity to other game names. But beyond that? With Medal of Honor you got the image...-
By Geek.com on March 03, 2010
The World War II genre has been overdone like no other. There have been countless shooters and any number of strategy games. Well now Square Enix decided to publish their own WW2 game and feelings are mixed. Order of War is a Real-Time Tactical game...-
By Yet Another Review Site on January 05, 2010
RobI expected something a lot better than what Order of War turned out to be, even though deep down I kept saying to myself,Don't, DON'T expect it to be a masterpiece! Well it's no masterpiece, it's not trying to reinvent...40
By Good Gear Guide on November 25, 2009
Offering mostly familiar gameplay and a traditional World War II environment, Order of War doesn’t introduce quite enough new content for those who’ve been around these bases before....60
By CNET Australia on November 16, 2009
This simple real-time strategy game isn't original, but it's a lot of...70
By GamePro on October 26, 2009
Offering mostly familiar gameplay and a traditional World War II environment, Order of War doesn't introduce quite enough new content for those who've been around these bases before. GamePro Score User Score Write your review! Welcome to the...60
By Gaming Nexus on October 21, 2009
World War II games are as numerous as the bad decisions made in a college dorm. Gamers are constantly exposed to various aspects of the war even though they didn’t live through it. As such, it’s easy to start to disregard any game that is...85
By NowGamer on October 12, 2009
The one aspect that raises its head a little above ‘ordinary’, venturing into ‘quite good actually’ territory is the Campaign mission design, which is both varied and well-balanced. For this reason, Order Of War is just about...65
By Games Radar on October 07, 2009
Where are you hiding it Order of War? Where’s that nugget of novelty, that pinch of personality that sets you apart from the rest of the Company of Blitzkrieg set?It’s certainly not in your two nine-mission campaigns. They’re as...50
By 1UP on October 06, 2009
As far as resource management and build orders go, I'm a complete novice. So, as a casual RTS fan, I remember feeling apprehensive the first time I hopped into Wargaming.net's WWII RTS game Order of War. Thankfully, this Square Enix published...81