The Command & Conquer series has been around for quite some time - 17 years, in fact. Even if you're a fan of C&C or the RTS genre, chances are you probably haven't owned them all. Heck, even if there's some slim chance you have, your current OS probably won't run some of them. Well, now both hardcore C&C fans as well as RTS fans with a passing interest in the series can rejoice: this fall gamers will be able to grab a whopping 17 Command & Conquer games for $50. And yes, some of them have co-op!
EA have announced that Command and Conquer Generals 2 has gone from a full fledged retail title to a Free to Play game powered by the Frostbite 2 engine, the same engine that powers Battlefield 3. The game is being developed by new Bioware studio, Bioware Victory. In an interview with PC Gamer, the game's producer said that the new title will be without a single player campaign, and instead focus on competitive and cooperative skirmishes.
You've decided to splurge on a second system for that one game you and your spouse just HAVE to play together. You got it. You beat it. Now what are you going to do?
The Command and Conquer Tiberian saga is coming to a conclusion in C&C 4. The PC exclusive was built from the ground up for cooperative play, so you'll want to bring a friend through the campaign. But do the radical changes to the game make it better? Or merely piss off series veterans?
There's a pair of co-op releases this week, both of which belong to long standing franchises.
Electronic Arts has released four new screens for Command and Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight on the PC. The two player co-op title is set to hit in March, but you can get your hands on the multiplayer beta right now.
The Command and Conquer 4 team has released a new single player video where designer Sam Bass takes you through the GDI mission highlights of "Transport Down."
Electronic Arts has announced an official release date for the upcoming RTS game on the PC, Command and Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight. The two player co-op title will hit on March 16th bringing to conclusion the epic Tiberium saga.
EA has just released a fresh batch of screenshots for the upcoming Command and Conquer sequel title Tiberian Twilight. Command and Conquer 4 will be a co-op experience for two players, and from what we've heard, it sounds like a lot of time and care went into designing it for cooperative play. Careful unit balancing and class specialization along with RPG elements all hint at a much deeper RTS experience.
Command and Conquer 4 has a name, and despite what you think there's no sparkly vampires in this game. Command and Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight was a picked from the community submitted suggestions on the official website. The game ends the entire series that revolves around the Tiberian conflict - Tiberian Dawn, Tiberian Sun, and Tiberium Wars.
EA has released a set of brand new screenshots for their upcoming co-op RTS, Command and Conquer 4. The game is set for an early 2010 release exclusively on the PC, and it features some new additions to the franchise.
It seems game announcements are all the rage today, as we have another co-op game announcement to bring you. While this was more or less a foregone conclusion, especially after it leaked yesterday on Twitter - but Command and Conquer 4 has been officially announced today by Electronic Arts.
When Electronic Arts added co-op gameplay to Red Alert 3, we were pretty happy with the outcome. It wasn't perfect, but it built a good basis for co-op play in an RTS. Now a new survey uncovered by Shacknews hints that EA is looking to take the other Command and Conquer franchise in a similar direction, this time with some added elements.
Red Alert 3 will mostly be a "What If?" kind of game which looks into the possibilities the first two games didn't cover. Classic technologies like Tesla coils, teleportation, and time traveling will be supplemented by new innovations like armored bears, floating island fortresses and... get this, intelligent dolphins!
Some of the interesting features that will be making its way into the game include a first ever heard of co-op campaign mode, a focus on the naval combat aspects, and all the Kalashnikov designer rifles a Command & Conquer game can hold.
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