Reviews and Problems with Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight
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Overall very good game experience and value.
4 April 2013
Summary: I bought C&C4 because I have enjoyed the C&C series from C&C1. I liked the fact that the story continued from C&C3 and features were similar enough. I haven't played enough to know if I dislike anything yet. I compare C&C4 with the Warcraft/Starcraft and Heroes of M&M series; I like those a bit more but C&C is close.
Summary: it was the latest series of command and conquer so i decided to try out. Fun as it is, graphics are good. Just that it might not support low end computers. Anyway, half thumbs-up for this game.
Summary: it was a good+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ game
C&C4:Tiberian Twilight - No More Welcome Back Commander
11 May 2010
Summary: Welcome Back Commander. Whoa, what happened to the immortalized C&C opening greeting? As some have said this game is different from all it's predecessors and that's the first change you'll notice. About 15 yeas ago I bought and still have the very first Command and Conquer and have all those that have come since. What a great deal of changes and developments of the game have we seen since that first one.
Summary: First off, I'm sorta loving the change up in game play- it makes for much quicker games and not having to worry about tiberium all the time is certainly a god-send! I'm only disappointed in the cinematic- much was made of them in the run-up to the release, but having played through most of the GDI campaign so far, the story is super soft, and there aren't any real good battle scenes like in the old days- and everything seems to take place in a GDI GTS and no where else.
Summary: I have always liked playing C&C games. I have all of these but this one is different... it only allows me to play on-line, or at least, that's what I think... I like popping in the game, selecting something to play and doing it... I don't like seeing the other people waiting to play, or what ever... Just give me the game...
Excerpt: A vast change from the standard C&C series, with the departure of the base building requirements. This adds an extra level in complexity, as you now have to pick a mobile base that suits your needs and strengths.
Summary: Although not required to base build or use super weapons there is no need in
single player to stock up on tiberium to build a force – just upgrade
crystals and use of command points. Almost finished GDI Single player – yes its short but its a good intro to
playing on the net multiplayer and upgrades rank as well. Got Telecom Broadband – no connection problems at all. Perhaps they have
been all patched up.
Summary: Once again a very nice looking game with great landscapes and attention to
detail. The new technology is very impressive and with its thrilling storyline
is a must for C&C fans! The only down side is that it was too short and you
are limited by how many units you can command.
Summary: C&C4 is really different compared to the others in this title gone are
the days of base building, resource gathering. Instead tiberium is collected as green blue or read and each gather gives you
upgrade points some units can hold blue tiberium for a bonus at the cost of
speed and armour, instead of an MCV you have defensive, offensive or support
“crawlers” like an mcv which is upgtraded in tiers for better units.