Reviews and Problems with Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight
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Not even close to the first ones....
13 January 2011
Summary: I do not like this version at all... they have changed a lot of things about the gameplay that in my opinion should not have been changed in the "fianl" installment. Why mess with what works?! Anyway, it might be worth buying simply to complete your collection, but don't get your hopes up....
Summary: Wow... I can't believe EA would end the tiberium saga with such horrible gameplay. I remember playing the orginal C&C back in high school and have been hooked since. I counted down the days till this game came out. And now... well... wow, I am speechless.
Summary: I think the previous review is a bit odd. I played Dune 2, C&C 1/2, Red
Alert 1/2 from Westwood and even Warcraft 1/2 from Blizzard. Comparing these 2D
isometric, older RTS games to todays RTS genre isn't right, games have changed
dramatically since then and the RTS genre is no exception.
Summary: It seems that the over all story of this game is like: “Let's finish the
story so we can move to something else”. As said before always online is a
pain. Wouldn't be so bad if it was just pre and post match. There is a plus is
that it will save your progress online encase of reinstall.
Summary: If you are buying this game for the story, don't, it doesn't have one. Or at
least not one you'll want to play. The campaign feels like it was just tacked on
as an after thought. The story is disjointed and doesn't make sense, and the
finale for both sides is jaw dropping. In a bad way.
Summary: I finally bought this when the price was down to $50 but even that was
paying too much. I at least expected good graphics but it didn't even have
that. The textures are low quality even on the highest settings.
Summary: After waiting for this game to come into the testing price range I have had
it on my machine for 1 month and so far played 1 mission. From this I have found the most exciting part so far was reading the manual.
Summary: Command and Conquer has always been a big part of my life as a gamer. I started small - building armies and getting wrecked in C&C Tiberian Dawn on the Nintendo 64; unable to complete any single campaign yet managing to beat some of the most difficult Spec Ops level.