Command & Conquer (a.k.a. Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn or simply C&C/C&C1; the game is also often unofficially called Command & Conquer 64 for the Nintendo 64 port) is a 1995 real-time strategy video game produced by Westwood Studios for MS-DOS and released internationally by Virgin Interactive. It was the first of twelve games to date to be released under the title Command & Conquer; six subsequent titles having since continued the story set as sequels with one acting as a prequel, along with the production of several spin-off games. Met with universal acclaim by consumers and critics, Command & Conquer was released for seven separate platforms along with becoming the initiator of the Command & Conquer franchise, and today generally is considered as the title which originally defined and popularized the modern real-time strategy genre.

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OmeG Apr 5 2012 says:


Brings back memories for both console & game

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AirborneSn1p3r Apr 5 2012 says:

why the pc version did not look like this i will never know. but i must say what a lazy trailer... why did they not show the later missions, some tanks etc?

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Jozor Apr 6 2012 says:

"The brother of Nod", never heard of them :O
Also I didn't know you fought off the fog of war..
Crazy script xD

Do wish they released this for PC back then.. or even now..

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xDerekxHD Oct 12 2012 says:

That brings back some memorys of the N64 times. I never seen that preview back in my day. Its a good thing that desura kept a trailer of it. I still have my N64 today.

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