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The Tiberium Saga is finally coming to an end and Kane's plan for the future of mankind will come to either fruition or failure. We take a look at C&C4 to see if the series is going to go out with a bang or a plop and how it handles the new mobile base and RPG systems.
We sit down for a chat with Jim Vessella, producer for the upcoming Command and Conquer 4. Why does the game need a constant 'net connection? Why is the Tiberium saga being finished? Why does Joe keep talking about garlic? Answers within!
With a persistent online RPG system, respawning bases and a new class-based gameplay, this is C&C as you've never seen it before. We take a long, hard look at what is going to be the last game in the series to see if the Tiberium Saga is getting the send-off it deserves.
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...