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Endless War 5

rated 4.22 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Multidirectional

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Jul 11, 2012 | 12:37 PM EDT

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First Unlock 5 Points Unlock a vehicle
Gunner 10 Points Destroy 10 enemy guns
No mercy 10 Points Kill 100 enemies
Tank Buster 10 Points Destroy 10 enemy vehicles
Ace 25 Points Destroy 100 enemy vehicles
Conqueror 25 Points Destroy 100 enemy guns
D-Day 25 Points Beat the 10th mission, "Operation "Overlord"
Tankman 25 Points Unlock your first tank
Commander 50 Points Reach the highest rank
Massacre 50 Points Kill 1000 enemies
No Survivors 100 Points Kill 2500 enemies
War Hero 100 Points Beat the game
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Author Comments

Game review published: /07/12/endless-war-5-guid ologys-official-review/

The fifth instalment of Endless War series brings you to a large scale tank warfare. You wouldn't be able to control a singe soldier, instead you'll be choosing from 11 different tanks, armored cars and self-propelled guns.
Prepare to face over 25 types of enemies, including tanks, pillboxes, infantry, cannons, howitzers and so on.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

the best of the series

enough said


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epic!!!! =))


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well, the game was nice and it was fun at the beginning. I liked the controls, and the multiple music for the missions. The graphics were also good.

What I didn't like though, is the fact that every mission is the same. Either your troops die and you destroy everything, or your troops stand there doing nothing and you destroy everything. So in the end, you have to destroy everything in every mission (which wasn't that fun later in the game).

It's a good thing that you added different kind of tanks and vehicles to choose from. Also, the upgrades are fine, but I didn't understand why you added some kind of side effects for most of them. I mean since it's an upgrade, there is no reason to add that many side effects. Some upgrades lost their value with that. You can count this as a personal opinion though; I mean, you can easily beat the game with these kind of upgrades ( I just didn't like the idea.. sorry :P ).

I hope you are not offended by this review. I finished the game, and trust me, it's better than many games I've ever played, or else, I wouldn't be writing this long review. :P
If you are planning on making EW 6 or some other game, I hope you take this into account.
GL! :3

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

I like the idea of this but the steering is really awkward and so is the aiming. The site are as if there were two different sets when in reality one is the site and the other is the direction of the barrel. Also the steering is almost as if the tank wants to go one way and I want it to go another, resulting in the tank not having a quick response and me dying. Don't get me wrong, I like the game but I have tried several times to learn the controls and I keep dying so its pretty discouraging.

I had to circle the first encampment of enemies and keep firing on them to win. Also you have to destroy the village house to pass the first level. I assumed it was full of civvies so I didn't shoot at it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I don't know if I'm the first to say this, but I must lol. I'm a Former Marine, and you used the Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps patch, for that of the Army, that little thing in the center is the Eagle Anchor and Globe my friend. Love the game by the way.

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BlackFox-of-ITMO responds:

Thanks, I've fixed it. Now it says "Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps"