www.pushingplay.com writes "Some genres were born on the PC, others were born on the console. Both First-Person Shooters (FPS) and Real-Time Strategy (RTS) games began on the PC, but through the years have attempted to translate themselves for console play. In 1997, Rare dropped the Megaton GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64. By taking advantage of N64's analog stick GoldenEye was the first game to employ a successful control scheme for a console FPS, and people are still talking about it. Ubisoft's EndWar is trying to be the GoldenEye of RTS games; it's touting a new voice command interface that Ubisoft claims will revolutionize the console RTS and make it more feasible. Is EndWar the revolutionary game that will set the standards for console RTS games for years to come, or is it all just a gimmick? Read on to find out!"