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.
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.
Very Good Game with room for only a few improvments
29 September 2000
Excerpt: I have been an avid fan of all games of this type. I have put in thousands of hours on games such as Conflict (8 bit Nintendo), Tyrants (16 bit Sega), Dune, Power Monger, 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.
Pros: Fun and addictive, more than enough levels
Cons: VERY HARD GAME (part of why it is addictive)
Excerpt: This game is Ok. The gameplayt is ok, the sound is ok, but the graphics are just ok. And they really 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.
Excerpt: The game starts with small film, which one will convert your screen monitor into the TV. In this speed key of videoprompts, you will acquaint with a scene of the game and it before a history. The events descend in the near future, when two forces enter confrontation for the superiority in a pattern. The essence of the game is not new to the fans of policies: construction of bases, effecting of the equipment, protection and seizure of a territory.