Excerpt: Real time strategy games do not normally work on anything but a PC using a keyboard and mouse setup, however Command and Conquer on the N64 is somthing new. It works it really does. The units are easy to command using the N64 Pad. On to the game you take command off Global Defense Initiative (GDI) (the good guys ) or the brotherhood of NOD (the bad guys). each side is locked in a bitter battle to control a new resource tiberium.
Excerpt: This wargame contains everything you need for modern warfare. You prepare your forces and wage real time war in different localations. You also have the facility to play on line so you can try you methods and stragey on other people. It is a game that once you start you must finish and then by the next series to try all over again. You command three different forces in turn, the USA, China and GLA and each force has different weapons to use against there ememy.
Excerpt: At first I was sceptical about how well one of the best strategy games ever made would make the transition to 3d graphics to harness the graphical powers available of cards like the Ti4600 and the Radeon 9700. With the failure of Renegade still lingering in the back of most fans mind I dont think I was alone in feeling like this, however the team over at Westwood Studios have done us all proud.
Excerpt: Half-life meets C&C. If this had been developed three years ago, it would have sold millions. It wasn’t. This, however, doesn’t stop Renegade from being a fantastic game, which is both addictive and playable. It remains true to the classic Command & Conquer story line of GDI vs. Nod, without interrupting it, and includes features such as Mammoth tanks and the memorable Nod Obelisk of Light.
Excerpt: "I only had this game for one night, having borrowed it off a friend, and I wasn't too impressed. I'd really enjoyed the game on the PC, but it didn't cross the platform gap very well. Graphics, okay, sound, okay, but they're only 'okay', and the control is -hard-. The game is quite fun, but when it's an effort to try and keep yourself going, it isn't good. The interface is the same as the PC, but the N64 controller doesn't move like a mouse, and it's ...
Excerpt: Command and Conquerwas the first ganme I bought for the PC and has always been one of my favourites. Command and Conquer brought realtime strategy games to the forefront of PC games. So how well does the N64 version live up to the Command and Conquer name. To anyone who is not familiar with the game there are two sides, GDI and NOD. GDI (Global Defensive Initiative) are the good guyes, fighting off the evil terrorist group NOD.
Excerpt: The command and conquer series is probably most famous for it's P.C versions but this doesn't mean the consoles owners should feel left out. The N64 conversion has mostly all of the features of the origional left intact, the levels are progressivly challenging and fun to do. The control stick really suits this style of game and means you can navigate the map with ease.
Very Good Game with room for only a few improvments
29 September 2000
Excerpt: "...etc... I have played Command & Conquer for both the N64 and the Playstation. I rate them both about the same but if I had to choose I would say the Playstation version is better. There are a few extra features that make the game just a little better. One aspect of this game that I didn't like was that some of the levels were set up so that you don't ever have to option to generate money (or tiberium) and build up a military force. ...
Pros: Fun and addictive, more than enough levels
Cons: VERY HARD GAME (part of why it is addictive)
Excerpt: "...deserve to be better. The original Command and Conquer spawned hundrads of clones and the likes. They were very fun to play, but they really needed a mouse, and without one, you feel quite naked and clumsy. The graphics, even with the expansion pack, are not very good. The only real good added extra that makes this better than the PC version is the extra levels on it, which i think are on the expansion packs for the Personal computer version any ...
Excerpt: "...of a territory. You will command by troop movements and different instruments, and also to control global economical balance, guarding and defending infrequent and very valuable mineral tiberium, which one gives force and money. Command and Conquer one of those games, which one tightens you from the very beginning so long as you will not pass all game. Even if you never were the fans of strategic games, Command and Conquer will subdue you by the ...