Reviews and Problems with Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars
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Tiberian Wars computer requirements!
Leo Lara, Amazon
1 April 2014
Summary: The computer requirements are pretty high and it won't work with medium grade ATI or Nvidia. It works great, however there was no Serial Number inside so it made it difficult to get the game registered.
Ridiculously one-sided, with the GDI so damn dreary and boring
Andariel Halo "Disillusioned Smark", Amazon
1 December 2008
Summary: I'm a long time Command & Conquer Red Alert fan, so I'd only heard the inklings of the original C&C series, featuring the highly charismatic and almost godlike Kane, worshipped as such by so many gamers, and the names thrown about of GDI, Nod, Tiberium, etcetera, and I wanted to get in on it.
Summary: It was rather quick for an Electronic Arts game, but still fun. I recommend playing it in Normal or Difficult mode to get the most out of it. I love the Command and Conquer franchise that EA has set up, and look forward to their next release.
Summary: When I first bought this in May of '07, I would have given C&C3 an 8. Game play was quick, action-packed, and though there were some balance problems, they were very minor, so I didn't really complain. Fast forward to 9 (yes, thats right, NINE!) patches later.
Basically as good as "Generals"... Classic Startcraft still better!
29 August 2007
Summary: I guess I had pretty high expectations... especially with the all-star cast... but it's overall not that much better than the very last game, Command and Conquer: Generals which I liked for the most part. Ok, there's better graphics and a neat little story line with the movies and all...
Summary: Command & Conquer 3 is one of the most beautiful games I've ever played. For people familiar to the C&C series, you will probably be pleased with the original interface and the return to GDI/NOD conflict. Here's the catch: This game is extremely poorly programmed!