La suite attendue du titre primé Act of War: Direct Action reprend l'action là où elle a été laissée. La veille de l'élection du président des États-Unis, des attaques terroristes frappent les candidats. Certaines pistes conduisent vers l'armée américaine, mais également vers le Consortium, une organisation mystérieuse.
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Date de parution : 30 mai 2006

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La suite attendue du titre primé Act of War: Direct Action reprend l'action là où elle a été laissée. La veille de l'élection du président des États-Unis, des attaques terroristes frappent les candidats. Certaines pistes conduisent vers l'armée américaine, mais également vers le Consortium, une organisation mystérieuse.
Vous êtes le général de brigade Jason Richter de l'armée des États-Unis d'Amérique, un officier de carrière modèle ex-commandant de la 1ère unité des forces spéciales (Delta Force). On vous a confié une toute nouvelle unité d'élite anti-terroristes : la Task Force TALON. Des attaques massives au travail de précision, des missions classées secret défense aux missions de destruction, la Task Force TALON est prête à engager l'ennemi sur tous les fronts. Armés des dernières technologies, les hommes de Richter sont prêts à dépasser leurs limites physiques et mentales afin de contrer un ennemi qui n'a rien à perdre.


  • Stratégie en temps réel militaire avec de nombreuses nouveautés en solo comme en mode multijoueur
  • 50 nouvelles cartes en multijoueur et une nouvelle campagne en mode solo
  • 3 nouveaux modes en ligne avec des options personnalisables
  • Combat naval avec des technologies de rendu graphique de pointe
  • 9 types de mercenaires différents
  • Plus de 50 véhicules différents
  • Intelligence artificielle améliorée, de même que les graphismes, les véhicules, le pilotage...

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows 2000/XP
    • Processeur : 1.5 GHz
    • Mémoire vidéo : 256 Mo de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte comportant 64 Mo de mémoire vidéo avec support matériel T&L
    • Version DirectX : DirectX® 9.0c (inclus)
    • Disque dur : 7 Go d'espace disque disponible
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Posté le : 29 janvier
Act of War: High Treason is a strategy game develped by Eugen Systems. High Treason is an expansion pack to Act of War: Direct Action. The game is set three years following the events of the first game. To avoid spoilers, the whole gist of the first game is that a mega-rich fringe organisation invades America and attempts to take over the world. This game expands on the enemy faction The Consortium from the first game. However, this game involves the U.S. Army and treason from some top ranking major generals. I will note that I will compare everything to the first game as it is a sequel and thus a benchmark.

To begin, this game is great. The campaign so far has greater mission variety including stealth missions, which was a major hit, is more difficult, and is more engaging and intense compared to the first game. The story has had twists and turns including the U.S. Army, as noted above, and the reinvolvement of the Consortium. These twists make the game more exciting and fun for the player. And as said for the first game, the story becomes richer and more exciting as it progresses.

I will now summarise the rest in smaller points before pointing out the negatives of the game. The gameplay is fairly similar to the first. It has base-building and a typical birds eye view RTS game. So in other words, its a good combination. The negatives with gameplay is the healing and repairing units have cooldowns on when to heal/repair your units. This makes the game more difficult, which can be a nuisence during the course of a mission. This means that repairing and healing units are sort of useless as the enemy will keep attacking and you will have cooldowns to repair/heal your units before an attack.

The UI, like the last game, is clean, slick and simple. I like it as everything is easy to access and there is not a clutter of options on the main screen when playing the game. There is still no steam overlay, but there is borderless windows so you do not have to quit the game to do other things on the computer such as using the internet. The game has 1920x1080 resolution, a major stepup from the previous game.

Now onto the negatives that will explain my negative review of the game. There are enormous amounts of bugs and technical issues that plague this game. The game crashes very frequently, resulting in frustration and an unplayable experience due to me having to constantly restart the game. To add insult to injury, there are very long loading times of missions and save games, meaning you are literally stuck on the loading screen more than the actual mission. It is quite strange as I had played five hours without issue and then it hits the Caribbean missions and these issues arise, effectively halting my playthrough of the campaign. I am thinking if it is this specific section of campaign that negatively affects the game. Regardless, these issues mean I cannot continue the campaign, resulting in a waste of time. Also, there are several other bugs including sound issues, which one time the sound engine crashed, and mission completion freezes.

Overall, I was really liking this game and enjoying the campaign. However, the issues that plagued the game have significantly impacted the game. Therefore, I have to not recommend this game from my personal experience on it. I will attempt to continue the game in the future and hopefully it will be stable. Following that, I will update this review. However, at this point in time, I cannot. The game is strong in most aspects though, so its unfortunate there are glitches. 3/10.

If you have any questions, PM me, respond in comments, or leave a comment on my profile. Thank you for reading.

EDIT x1: I will note also that whilst I personally do not recommend the game due to the techncial issues, it is up to you to purchase the game for $2.99. Keep in mind my negatives on the game as if they are the same for yourself you can refund the game. As I did mention, the game's story is great and intense, so if you do buy it, hopefully there are no technical issues.
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4 personne(s) sur 4 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 16 août 2015
After a much needed update, this game finally works on modern operating systems. There are still some glitches (like I had to verify my files and lost my saves a few times, so be careful) but I managed to finish the game across both Windows 8.1 x64 and Windows 10 x64.

This is a challenging RTS, although I am admittedly not the best strategy player around. Decent graphics, pretty decent storyline, graphics hold up well too.

Grab this one on sale if you can, along with the first game.
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 20 juillet 2015
Stand-Alone de "Act of War : Direct Action", ce "High Treason" ramène assez de contenu pour relancer l'interet du jeu original. Entre unité marines, nouvelles campagnes, ajout d'unités + concept d'unités mercenaires, il y a de quoi faire.
On regrettera un mode multi-joueurs pas assez poussé mais qui aurait pus être un vrai carton.
La compatibilité en prend un coup également et on regrette qu'un travail n'ait pas été fait au préalable avant la diffusion du titre sur Steam.
Ma recommandation vise, vous le remarquerez, avant tout les connaisseurs du jeu d'origine. Pour les autres, a moins de profiter de soldes, il faut admettre que "Act of War: High Treason" à mal vieilli. Les fans de la franchises quand à eux seront ravis...de quoi attendre le nouveau volet prometteur "Act of Agression".
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 12 septembre 2014
ne marche pas sur windows 7
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Posté le : 3 mars 2014
+ Good graphics.
+ Challenging AI.
+ No redundant units.
+ Does not require the original Direct Action to play.

- Campaign not as good as Direct Action.
- Online multiplayer requires 3rd-party software (Hamachi or GameRanger)
- AI does not support all game modes.

The Good
We'll start with the graphics: very good considering this game came out in 2006. The stock maps just as detailed as Direct Action, but with far more variety - Aside from the usual desert and urban maps, you can now play on more forest and jungle theatres.

Infantry play a prominent role right up until the late game. Act of War focuses less on tank rushing and requires the player to think a bit more. Well placed infantry, for example, can ambush a tank convoy from trees/tall grass and gain a x2 damage bonus. Likewise, artillery could be used to clear out forests and potential ambush zones. It's nice to play an RTS where infantry are more than just cannon fodder.

There are some very interesting game mechanics here too. While oil is your main source of income, it is still a finite resource and will run dry eventually. You can take and hold banks to acquire funds, or you can even take wounded enemies as hostages for ransom.

The expansion also adds naval warfare, which actually works rather well once you get the knack for it. Each faction has it's own unique variety of ships with different play styles.

Another interesting mechanic introduced to High Treason is the addition of mercenary units. These are expensive, but very effective specialist units that excel in what they do. For example, you can hire a specialist team of medics to provide a heal radius around wounded infantry - or call in the Rawhide artillery team and level an enemy base with rockets from afar.

The Bad
The AI does not work in naval warfare, which means you're up against humans whether you like it or not. Only a minor complaint, but sometimes it's nice to practice against the AI and hone your skills.

The campaign is brutally hard compared to Direct Action. Some veteran players might be okay with the tougher AI, but I personally struggled. Also the lack of live-action cut-scenes was also a disappointment.

The Ugly
Compatibility issues lie with Windows Vista, Win7 and Win8. There is a Win7 compatibility patch on ModDB which works perfectly - you can get it here

Final Thoughts
Despite the initial compatibility issues, this game has proven to be a very underrated RTS. It's what C&C Generals should have been.

VERDICT: Highly recommended.
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