Reviews and Problems with Command & Conquer: Generals Zero Hour
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18 October 2014
Summary: Ah, the good old days when you can have fun with the base game and expansions were just icing on the cake. Zero Hour is an example. Nowadays, base games are just half-baked and instead of baking it more, devs try to put icing, which makes the cake nothing but gooey crap. Anyway, on to the review.
Summary: The game is amazing, I've been playing C&C since RA2 came out, you would be better off buying "The ultimate collection" bundle, cheaper and you get this along with every other C&C including the possible new game coming out. (Don't expect it any time soon though.
Summary: Best expansion ever made. It adds so many new things to the base game that it is probably worth just as much. It is also one of the few games to have 3 singleplayer modes that are all very fun; campaign, generals challenges and skirmish give you plenty of options for replayability. I played it first on Mac and then Windows and didn't encounter any game changing bugs as other people have Best expansion ever made.
Summary: I really wish I could love Zero Hour. It makes some fantastic additions to the game. The new units are cool, the generals add more variety,the new music is great and the new campaign missions and general challenges are wonderful. However, the game is crippled by bugs that EA has never bothered to fix. Some bugs are minor graphical glitches which are easy to dismiss, but others are major. I really wish I could love Zero Hour. It makes some fantastic additions to the game.
Summary: Great RTS game. Difirent generals bring lot to the game Challenge mode is nice plus Overall a solid C&C game Good skirmish Great multiplayer. Abit poor singleplayer but doesent matter so much.
Summary: This is great DLC for an already great RTS. This game shows people how good c&c can be. There are a few problems like balancing issues and the AI is not perfect however this game is a must buy for any RTS fans.
Summary: While this basicly is a decent addon it becomes hurtfully obvious that EA is mismanaging the C&C franchise releasing such games. First of all this game has basicly nothing to do with C&C. It is just named this way for marketing purposes. And as second this addon could have been outstanding if EA would have invested more in it. But they simply didnt.