Reviews and Problems with Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars
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Another step down for the C&C legacy
Brian Tajuddin, Amazon
6 September 2007
Summary: I wasn't going to buy this game, but a friend convinced me. I shouldn't have listened. I was a huge fan of C&C. The original and the 2 red alerts were awesome games. I always ignored Tiberian Sun as the early mistake. Generals disappointed me, and I decided the legacy was dead. It is truly dead now. I am very happy that the live action cut scenes were back. They even had big name people doing them. However, the game just isn't thrilling at all.
Summary: By all means download and try the demo before you shell out nearly $60.00 for this game. I've been a C&C fan and have purchased all of the games to date. There is absolutely nothing new in this release. It's the same old same old. The build interface is clunky at best. It's hard to manage combat and building at the same time.
A passable game, but it could have been so much better.
1 October 2007
Excerpt: Electronic Arts strike again with another offering from the long-standing and historically excellent "Command and Conquer" range. Very well received on release (I think the lowest rating it got was 81%) it has had me wondering just how this happened ever since. Perhaps the games journalists had spent too much time near the tiberium. GAMEPLAY The first fault is almost immediately apparent.
Excerpt: I fell in love with the strategy games produced by Westwood Studios back in 1998 with Dune 2000. This is the game that got me playing strategy games, and I loved every minute of it. Now, picture the scene 19 years later, when I start playing Command and Conquer 3. The graphics looks flash, as you would expect in this age of 320Mb graphics cards and Direct X 10.
Excerpt: ...vidi l'uscita in programma per Command & Conquer Tiberium Wars ero non contento, di più. E dopo un paio di mesi di attesa, eccolo! Purtroppo, a mio parere, è stata una delusione (anticipando che ho avuto modo di giocare solo alla Kane edition, che offre qualcosa in più, ma la base del gioco rimane sempre la stessa) : Se qualcuno ha già giocato al primo Tibeium Wars, non può notare la somiglianza. Ovviamente, questa edizione è stata studiata ...