The poor controls are matched by equally unimpressive graphics and sound. Assuming you're not bored stupid after the first go-round, the campaigns and scenarios (you can play as any U.S. state, for example) make the game very replayable, and multiplayer is also available. You'll need a great deal of patience to have fun with this one, though.
- Complex global strategy
- Cabinet ministers help out
- Numerous modes supply replayability
- Woefully inadequate tutorial
- Poor controls
- Unimpressive graphics and sound