It's C&C!. 3 distinctive sides to choose from which are easy to learn but (as the old cliche goes) hard to master. It comes with a great map builder and the graphichs generally look sweet as. Nice scripted sequences in the single-player campaigns Multiplayer is a blast, lan is best, u might want to think about *DSL b4 u go online too much tho...
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The human units really look like a small bunch of boxes that have miraculously been thrown together to form a humanoid shape...they really needed to work on this, I find it bemusing that there can be slow down in some of the fights i've had when looking at the quality of some of the units involved. On that note u will (as many ppl have said) need a bit of a beast to run the bugger. Single-player too short and not enough skirmish maps come with the initial buy. Complete lave of FMV's !?!?!?! This was the hallmark of the C&C series!?!?!?!
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Yet again C&C is, well, C&C. U know it, u had fun b4 and u'll have fun again, as long as u can run it well, and have friends to play it with. Would like to have seen FMV in it! Remember the good 'ol days with that chik from sliders (i know her name just can't spell it) propositioning u, stereotyped texan generals, and everything else, hell, some one tell me they weren't impressed to see they suckered James Earl Jones into TS? But the pre rendered cut scenes do still have their charm. AK47's for everyone! GLA rock, nice new tactics to employ, america is as u'd expect, china is well the new aged russia, hackers of the world unite.
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Overall it's worth getting as it gives enough for u to enjoy until they think of how to further the stupid plot from here, I think i like the 2d's better atm tho, bring on Red Aleart 3 (i hope).