A new patch for Red Alert 3 has added a new map builder and DRM de-authorization tool to the game.
EA has announced an intention to continue using the controversial SecurROM copy protection software with the upcoming Red Alert 3.
If you've been keeping your fingers crossed for a collector's edition version of Red Alert 3 then you need hope no longer.
Command and Conquer: Tiberium, the new squad based shooter from EA Westwood, won't be hitting shelves until 2010 it seems. Shame.
Cute Russian women in hotpants. Armoured bears. Blimps. That's right, it's Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3 and we've been hands-on with the phenomenal RTS - what did we think and who emerged the victor in our multiplayer hands-on? Find out within.
As Kane's Wrath prepares to launch on Xbox 360, we chat to executive producer Jim Vesella about the future of the C&C franchise, working with Joe Kucan, the difference between PC and console RTS games and how Red Alert 3 is shaping up...
Kane may be evil, but we can't get enough of him or Joe Kucan. Imagine our glee then that C&C3 is getting a Kane-centric expansion already - and a violent one at that! Of course, whether the game is any good or not depends on more than just cheesy FMV mission briefings...
It's official. Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3 is a go and all eyes are on EA as they make a sequel to the best RTS ever crafted.
Is World in Conflict the new benchmark against which all other modern RTS games shall be judged, or is it just a limp Command and Conquer clone with fancy graphics? There's only one way to find out and that's with our review...
Today marks the official 40th anniversary of video games, begun way back when two engineers played "The Bucket Filling Game". Amazing to think that we got from that to Crysis in only forty years.
New and improved Command & Conquer or just the same old gameplay with better graphics? Joe Martin climbs aboard his Harvester and sets out to collect some truths about Tiberium Wars
The ever popular Command and Conquer series will be exploding on to the 360. Let battle commence.
Swedish Command & Conquer fan, and bit-tech forum member, Edvuld has harvested a mountain of tiberium and used it to create a top-notch case mod: Temple of Nod. Follow his project from conception to its LED-tastic completion in another bit-tech Worklog.
Red Alert? Tiberian Sun? Generals? The series moves on with a new installment in the RTS, named Tiberium Wars.