Dan Stapleton, PC Gamer's Senior Associate Editor, writes:
"For my Strategic Command column for the April issue (on stands today!) I went back to where the Red Alert saga began: Westwood Studios. Which, unfortunately, no longer exists, since EA bought it up and merged it with their LA studio. So instead, I went to Petroglyph Studios, located a few blocks from the office where Westwood created Command & Conquer, and where many former Westwoodians set up shop after EA bought up their former employer. What I got was way too much information to cram into a single column, but also too good to waste. So here, as promised, are uncut interviews with Red Alert's Lead Designer, Adam Isgreen, and Frank Klepacki, Lead Music Composer."