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Submitted by Torch 3046d ago | review

GameDaily Review: C&C 3: Tiberium Wars (PC)

From the review:

"With a story loosely based on the two previous games, Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars provides an updated look and feel to the classic franchise. With fantastic looking full-motion video, featuring well-known Hollywood talent, and campaigns that tell the story from all three factions, the franchise gets the kick-start it needed. Global Defense Initiative (GDI) plays in its familiar way, using superior firepower, while Nod sticks to using stealth tactics. The interface, which combines the classic C&C toolbar with aspects from Command & Conquer Generals, makes production easy to manage. Some of the missions prove incredibly difficult, especially when players need to defend a position against overwhelming odds, but the fast-paced battles and great multiplayer features make it all worthwhile."

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