Reviews and Problems with Command & Conquer Red Alert 3
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15 September 2013
Summary: Tutorial to how to make RA3 Uprising. Step 1: finish developing RA3, one of the most ambitious RTSes of 2008. Step 2: take all your assets, ideas that couldn't fit in the original game or haven't made the deadline and put them together. Step 3: craft a really lame and superficial campaign for each fraction as a wrap-around. Step 4: add Yuriko to the mix. Thus, Command & Conquer Red Alert 3 Uprising has been born. Uprising isn't a bad game.
Summary: There are quite a few new units in this and a new story to each faction and as you can guess, it's under the assumption that the allies won, oh joy. Anyway, there are 4 campaigns to choose, allies, soviets, empire and yuriko which is a personal story about the special unit the empire have, Yuriko Omega.
Summary: When my friends and I want to play a red alert game, we play Red Alert 2, which is much more fun and creative than this game. This game in contrast felt stale and contrived and the series has paled in comparison to RA2. This game is the straight to DVD sequel for a blockbuster hit.
Summary: Great game for the $5 dollars I paid. It is a definite improvement over the older versions. Supports 1920x1080 for high end systems. No lag when controlling hundereds of units. The mission campaigns are a little short, but the game added "challenges" which supplement dozens of hours more play time.
Summary: Very nice expansion for Red Alert 3. I was kind of hoping they would release this as a PC-DVD, but I guess that isn't happening. The same with Far Cry 2 - Fortune's Edition. Looking forward to Generals 2, as I own every Command and Conquer game. Hopefully they will not 'ruin' it like they did to Tiberian Twilight.
For a low price, you get dozens on dozens of playing hours
Y. Mor, Amazon
26 December 2011
Summary: I bought this game to take the edge off during finals week. I love the Red Alert series and this was a very fun find. The graphics are still pretty decent a few years on, music and sound is great and gameplay is superb. There are three parts: 1) Single-Player Campaign You have your standard 4-mission campaign for each of the 3 armies. A bonus campaign in which you control only Yuriko (the Japanese commando version of Tanya) is also short but substantially fun and fresh.
Summary: This game was pretty okay. I like the new units, but I feel that some of them are way over powered, especially the new Empire units. With that said longer campaigns and less focus on Miltiplayer would have been good. I really liked the new soundtrack for this game though. I'd have to say it's one of the best in the C&C Series so far. Is it worth a full Â£30? .... no it isn't. Any Die hard C&C fan will get this.