Summary: Whoever is giving this game a bad review by comparing it to other RTS games is reviewing it wrong. Yes, in this game I can't command an army with 1,000's (may be an exaggeration) of units like in Supreme Commander, but I can have fun playing this game.
Summary: my review for C%C red alert 3 for xbox 360 SINGLE PLAYER (STORY)- 8/10. a good story from 3 different factions, with lots of b-movie type live action cutscenes with good actors. not the best, but solid. GRAPHICS- 9/10. colorful visuals, varied unit types, and great looking explosions.
Summary: I cannot believe all the hate on this game. I'm pretty sure most of the bad reviews are bots of some sort. Not all of them but some of them. I mean just look at these names John S, MikeG., Brian T, Chris K, SuneB, Mark J. DanM, BrianC, PhilH, AdamP, Johnw, DerekT, JakeS., BlamM. Joe M.
Summary: Had a lot of fun with this game. Great graphics, I like the style since it matches the characteristics of the game as a non-serious RTS. Co-op on the hardest difficulty with my friend was a challenge and was enjoyable.
Summary: Loves Halo Wars and Supreme Commander 2 on the console. So C&C: Red Alert 3 is well converted to be played with the console. A bit of learning curve to control the units but you'll get use with constantly played the game regularly.
Summary: Like the other command and conquers on a console , you use the command stick . There are 3 campaines , and each faction gets many units . Unlike other RTS titles water combat is well implimented . Fans of the series should recignize the trade mark silliness and the silly acting .
Summary: This is one of my favorite games on the PS3. A well made game with smooth graphics and very few glitches. People say they want to put this game down after an hour and I respect that. It happens to me a few times and that's what makes this game good.
Summary: Well worth the download.My total play time 26 hours 100% completion.Story does not matter so much the challengers keep you coming back to try beat your times.13 Main missions and 37 side missions lots of content for you cash...unlocking more powerful units as you go along seemed to work well.
Summary: Really don't know what to say about this besides that it feels nothing like a C&C Game. I really don't know what EA were thinking (Probably another way to crucify the C&C franchise) When I first played this, I didn't bother with the campaign.