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...This isn’t exactly Command and Conquer: Red Light District 3...
Originally Posted by Dreaming
Smart decision: save the money, get StarCraft 2 when it comes out next year.
Originally Posted by BauulOut of interest, are the typical games 20 minutes or 2 hours?
Originally Posted by CardJoe
When you start a game you can see the entire landscape of the battlefield on your map, but the units are all hidden by fog of war obviously. As you explore you push that fog back, but if you lose a unit then the fog will close back around it after about ten seconds.
Saying you can see the whole battlefield though is a bit tricky. In the singleplayer game there are several missions where you'll accomplish an objective and the battlefield will then get expanded as you're given a new objective or a new opponent afterwards. There are some missions where the battlefield will triple in size at certain points.
Originally Posted by yakybyeah i was slightly disapointed by the tech tree but then again i would have been very happy if they had made an exact clone of RA2 and put it in the new engine however i can see myself playing this alot
The past has been irreparably altered. This is a world without Hitler and Einstein; a world where Tim Curry is the most powerful man on the planet and where women in the British Intelligence wear skirts that could be best described as belts.
Sure, that last bit doesnt sound do bad, but let us repeat; Tim Curry is in charge! God help us all.
Originally Posted by DeadwolfTwo grips...
#1 Co-Op sucks if you ask me, Being a lover of the big base defense, build crushing forces attack kind of guy, Red Alert 3 is not to kind to my style of play. The Co-op AI always seems to take out the base i am building my attack rush for before i get there... kind of takes away the hole point of the game. You can keep telling the Ai to go do something else while you work to get your stuff together. But then it compinsates and still finds a way to go attack. Would have been nice to include the NO CO-OP MODE AT ALL along with your mission choices.
The Allies for example may no longer have Einstein and vast nuclear powers on hand, but they do still have some time-based technologies. They have Chronocopters that can freeze enemy units
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