Reviews and Problems with Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight
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sucked donkey balls!! too many 3rd party installs required. dont buy it!!
4 April 2013
Summary: totally sucked and required many third party installs in order to install game. then make matters worse it wouldnt boot from the desktop it booted from a EA Downloader icon instead not the usual C&C icon. then make matter even worse the EA down loader always needed lengthy updates everytime i opened it. i uninstalled it and threw it in the garbage. i gave the seller 5 stars though. how would he know it sucked? shame such a great franchise sold out to third party jobbers.
Summary: I thought this game would be a good game braise this is the last version they will make but when I started playing the game I start thinking this game is the horrible game I played. Everything look so unrealistic compare to the other version they made. For those people that thinking about buying this you better not, because this game is a trash. You will be wasting your money if you buy this game.
Summary: I do not recommend that you buy this product, once the code is activate for the first user, no one else can't use it. If you want to buy this product only do it if the item is in the original package and sealed.
Summary: For a brief, shining period in the middle-2000's, Electronic Arts had given cause for gamers to re-think the company's poor image and reputation as a careless, lowest-common-denominator developer. Rewarded with vibrant technical support, mod SDK packages and attentive developers, EA was able to produce C&C3: Tiberium Wars and Red Alert 3, two fine games that exemplified the traditional real-time strategy genre and were a fitting homage to both the original developer of...