Reviews and Problems with Command & Conquer: Generals
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Summary: This was my first video game, by far one of the funnest. This game is so fun and is WORTH getting. The best strategy game I have seen before. Great campaigns, differences between teams and strategies. The Campaign definitely gets more difficult as you go, but it is good. The one complaint I have is the final mission for the Chinese campaign. That mission is damn near impossible! (For me.) This is a good game for new gamers, and regular gamers and isn't inappropriate.
Summary: Boy, is this game fun! This is the only C&C game that I've ever played. I haven't played the others because the futuristic (Tiberium series) and the alternate history (Red Alert series) themes somehow don't excite me. This is the only game in the franchise that has the modern warfare theme. You play as either the USA, China or the antagonist, the GLA (Global Liberation Army).
Used to be nice, but new computers can't run these old games
Matt P., Amazon
18 March 2014
Summary: I used to play Red Alert and when I saw Red Alert 2, among the other games, I had to have it. I run Windows 7 on my computer and I could not get this game to install and run correctly. It was a huge disappointment. For the record, the seller was extremely helpful. He looked for ways that I might patch my computer to run these games. I couldn't be more thankful. However, I had to return the game because we were unsuccessful in finding a way to get it running.
Summary: Whilst not the deepest, most hardcore RTS ever made, C&C Generals still sits on my hard drive ever since it was released around 10 years ago. Why? Simple - it's just so much fun, and isn't that the whole point of gaming? When Westwood were bought by EA, and me being a longstanding fan of the C&C series from the days of the very first C&C, I thought the series was doomed.