You'd easily be forgiven if you experience a case of déjà vu while playing Kane's Wrath. Yes, the expansion to last year's Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars packs a fair amount of new content. At its heart is a 13-mission single-player campaign, along with six new subfactions and a slick new global conquest campaign. Despite this, it feels eerily familiar. Kane's Wrath doesn't just feel like you're playing Tiberium Wars again, but the nagging feeling that also haunted C&C 3 returns. Replace the 3D looks with 2D graphics and swap the high-res HD video with lower-quality video and the gameplay is virtually indistinguishable from its original progenitor of more than 15 years ago.