Radio Commander Crack + Activation Code

Radio Commander Use the radio to give commands to the soldiers on the battlefield. Keep track of the situation based on their voice reports only. Lead US platoons to clash with Vietcong in a realistic, innovative approach to the RTS genre. Make hard choices in a narrative driven experience, and face the outcome.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 66 / 100
User rating
5.1
Downloads 78
Genre Strategy, General, Simulation, Virtual, Career
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Games Operators / Serious Sim
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Radio Commander reviews ( 3 )

ChoicestGames, Feb 27, 2020

The developers of Radio Commander should be commended for trying something new in the RTS genre by actually employing a "less is more" approach: making the player blind to what is happening on the battlefield and totally dependent on reports from your troops helps immerse you into the hellhole that was the Vietnam War. It's just a pity the game is lacking a bit of polish: voice recognition may or may not work for you (it didn't in my case), there were still some bugs when I last played the game and you're sometimes provided with misleading cues.

Thornberry, Oct 10, 2019

Tl;dr: Cool idea, bad execution. This is too bad, as I was really looking forward to this one. Pros: Decent visuals. Map and menus are nice. Panning around the base is cool. Mission intro videos are nice. I enjoyed the non-important banter with your units. Cons: There's a ton, but let's skip to the important one: gameplay is boring. Ask where a guy is. Make sure they're still fighting. Fast-forward. Repeat. Super boring and repetitive. The radio aspect just masks an inherently shallow strategy game where nothing matters more than just constantly sending all of your guys to overwhelm the single enemy. Also just repeatedly call in artillery and helos. There's just no heart to this; it feels brain-dead and boring. The voice-acting is super stilted. You can obviously tell when they're playing the next audio clip, and this is SUPER apparent when they report status (which is what you're doing 70% of the time). Summary: They put no thought or effort into the gameplay. Yup you talk to your guys over the radio, but this just masks an incredibly shallow experience. Look elsewhere for your realism itch.

ArseniyM, Jan2, 2020

Monotonous game with monotonous gameplay, which consists in combing certain areas in search of the enemy. The concept is interesting, but the implementation...