Summary: As far as The First Decade is concerned - no more comments are needed on this classic collection. I grew up with these games and now i have all titels in one collection and compatible to todays hard-/software - great! Talking about Tiberium Wars - C&C catches up with todays tech. Great graphics, but still fully playable on medium prized hardware. Same story as before - just better graphic and mission briefing videos in Full HD.
Summary: This is the entire collection of games since Tiberian Wars. I have not been able to play all the games but I started to play the first release. It was formatted for the old EGA/VGA days. The icons and landscape where very basic back then. I was not impressed with the format so I went directly to the last release, Generals. You can either play the computer or an online skirmish.
Summary: I got the saga a couple of days ago, and started with the first Command and Conquers game. Man, I must say that even though it is a decade old, its still damn addictive. Of course, the graphics and video's don't look that good, but its still worth playing the old games. The packaging is really good, installation simple and the game launcher is convenient where u can select any of the installed C&C game to play. Definitely a must buy product for any C&C fan!
Summary: I purchased Command & Conquer the first decade out of nostalgia because I liked the old rather than the later versions of this franchise but it has the same old problems tending to blank out and disrupt the computer so wouldn't recommend it and they appear to flogging a dead horse.
Summary: Trick is if you buy this you will no doubt have an online gaming connection so to it has been said dated games like these are still haunted by some geek in his bedroom waiting to PAWN you with his hacks. In generals ZH you get HummerVee'd even before you have build your barracks and has like 90% off the game on this first Decade you will no doubt need one. Sufice to say Tiberium Wars is the better of the pack and does see the big leap in 3D graphics from the Generals.
Summary: To start with it seems necessary to clarify that what you get in the command and conquer saga is simply the discs and manuals for The First Decade and Tiberium Wars in the same box. For all intensive purposes this copy of The First Decade is no different from that brought alone, the exception being that due to its later release date it lacks the need for patches.
Summary: I bought this DVD in the hope that I could play Red Alert (1). I had previously bought The First Decade for XP but couldn't get it to work despite all the patches. The question was "would this be another flop like First Decade? Or could I play the old favourites again on my relatively modern computer and Vista." The answer so far is a qualified YES. I could play both the first command and conquer game and Red Alert. But I couldn't play Tiberian Sun or Red Alert 2.