Summary: This game has everything an RTS fan will love. Great balance of the 3 different races with lots of campaign missions and plenty of sweet explosions. The live acting is pretty good and makes the game and story that much more compelling.
Summary: First of all, this is a fun and addicting game that stays mostly true to the first. That could be a good and bad thing. The first one captured many fans who stayed up all night playing LAN matches and cursing as their base was destroyed.
Summary: If you liked the previous versions of C&C, you'll love this one! Solid gameplay, greast graphics and sound, and a couple of members of the cast of "Battlestar Galactica" thrown in for good measure. You won't be disappointed!
Summary: Although they went with the "if ain't broken" method (just like the road Starcraft 2 appears to be taking), it still packs a punch. One of the best RTS in years. And for those with a beefy system, get Company of Heroes too!
Summary: I thought the graphics were decent with respect to the units, and excellent for the terrain and explosions. That said, I really would have liked to see this game developed on the DirectX 10 platform.
Summary: Command & Conquer 3 is a definite "must have" for C&C and RTS fans all around. Once again, you get to choose whose side you want to fight for. The Global Defense Initiative or The Brotherhood of NOD.
Summary: Well, I decided to buy the game after having played the demo which I enjoyed so much. That was one reason. The other one is: I grew up with Command and Conquer. Well the most fun part about the game is the factions it creates within the community.
Shiny new paint on an old-school game (still fun, though)
Andrew C., Amazon
21 May 2007
Summary: I am new to the Command and Conquer series, so I bought C&C3 with no particular expectations. I thought that the demo--which I recommend you play before buying--was merely decent, but decided to give the game a shot. If you are into real-time strategy (RTS) games, this one is worth a try.