Command & Conquer Worldwide Warfare (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts PC games
Description:2 Games and 3 mission disks! A gritty high tech world where the art of electronic intelligence and cover surveillance reign supreme. Fight the good fight with the GDI or bring the world to its knees with brotherhood of Nod. Intent on security for all nations. ... more
Newest Review: ... complete before moving onto the next one. They get progressively harder as you go along and new structures and units are ... more
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by - written on 11/03/01, updated on 11/03/01 (Very useful, 126 readings)
The command & Conquer series has been around for ages now and with the recent release of Red Alert 2, I thought that I had better write a report about the Worldwide Warfare pack that I had purchased for £19.99 about two years ago. The pack contains the original Command and Conquer, it's mission pack; The Covert Operations, the original Red Alert and it's add ons, The Aftermath and Counterstrike. It all came in a compact box with excellent, comprehensive instructions manual. With total of 7 CD's in all (or eight if you got the extra Tiberian Sun demo which I did) the game did take a while to install with the changing of the CD's back ... Read the complete review
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