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GF Rating
5.8

2162 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
4

Weak

Command and Conquer

posted by Strykn (TRENTON, NJ) Aug 18, 2009

Member since Aug 2008

NOT WHAT I EXPECTED!!

personally i would've preferred to play the computer version but they make the specs so ungodly high i don't have anything "current" enough to play it on!!
but all that aside, i'm not happy! A: there is no "skirmish" feature, the one reason everyone keeps playing the CnC series is for the "cool new features" vehicles and buildings.... how can you have a command an conquer game with out that???

ultimately the game play isn't bad, but the text on the screen comes out so small you'd have to be practically ontop of the system to read it!

i can't say i'd go out of my way to buy this game but on a whole it's still better then Renegade!

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GF Rating
5

Fair

BORING

posted by metalgearg (WAYNESVILLE, MO) Aug 4, 2009

Member since Jul 2006

This game gets boring after awhile i mean its the same thing every time and the people move slow too but if you like the command & conquer series then i recommend this game.

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GF Rating
6

Above Average

If you like this kind of game....its good-

posted by alec9922 (STATE COLLEGE, PA) Jun 26, 2009

Member since Jun 2009

If you are a fan of the Command and Conquer series then you will really like this edition.

It starts out with a pretty cool movie setting up the games premise. Whats really cool is that the movie stars very familiar actors and one giant star, Tim Curry. Interspersed with cut scenes which star some quality faces, the game is what Command and Conquer players have come to know.

Real time strategy using one of three factions and their weapons and units.

In todays world of first person shooter action, the military strategy games like C & C are underrated.

It takes a little thought and a bit more patience to adjust to how all the controls and armies work, but it can be a lot of fun if you get through the learning curve.

Its a lo-fi game in a High Def world.....if you are like me and enjoy a little retro action. This game could entertain you for a weekend or even a week.

Give a try if you want to try something a little different....

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