GamesRadar writes: "For the first half hour, you might feel a bit of a numpty playing EndWar. Everything in the game is controlled by the sound of your voice. You bark commands into a headset to make the tanks, planes and troops move around the map and attack enemies. How weird. EndWar lets you concentrate on tactics rather than what button to press. It takes around five minutes to train the voice recognition software. After that, we were truly impressed with its ability to understand what we were saying, even through our thick accent".