Okay, okay, so the C&C 3 expansion pack Kane's Wrath is toting a radical re-invention of pad-based play, while Halo Wars - built from the ground-up for 360 - should also pass muster. However, Ubisoft have decided to approach the dilemma from a entirely new, and it has to be said, incredibly innovative angle - voice commands.
Actual on-field conflict largely boils down to a massive ruck for possession of territory. Each of Endwar's forty (!) battlefields are littered with uplink beacons, all just begging to be realigned to your nation. Capture (or lose) a certain number and it's Game Over, yet there's also a massive resource-based bonus to be had from stealing the initiative from your opponents by snagging these bad boys sharpish.