What happened in the aftermath of Red Alert 3? Find out in four all-new campaigns in Red Alert 3: Uprising. With the Allies triumphant at the end of Red Alert 3, the occupation of their former enemies territories has begun. But how will the defeated Soviets react to this occupation and the presence of FutureTech, the mysterious company contracted by the Allies to develop new technologies in the Soviets homeland? How will the humiliated Empire of the Rising Sun rise up and defend itself against the former Soviet commanders who have invaded their territory in a post-war land grab? How will the Allied occupational forces quash the uprising of the former Imperial commanders? And who is the mysterious Yuriko Omega? What events led her to become the telekinetic, psychic school girl?
Basically EA made one unthinkfull thing: made RA3 somewhat... boring. With that I only had fun for about... 4 days. Not more than this.
I liked were the units. They are awesome, but too much unbalanced. It just kill the skirmish game.
Oh, the new musics are pretty good. I liked most of them
The 3 campaings are really small and don´t really have something which call too much attention (excluding the first mission of the Soviet campaing). Everything just to see EVA, Tatsu or Dasha saying "congratulations commander" or "Well done!"
The Yuriko campaing is interesting. It´s something like a RPG. Yet, it´s also too short.
Also, one of the best things of the games, the multiplayer, is not here... (anyway, with all those ridiculary umbalanced units no one would really like it...)
The cammanders challenge is somewhat interesting, but only really attractive for hardcore players.
Many new skirmish maps, but, as I said before, the gameplay is too much umbalanced.
Particulary I dont recomend. If you only want to see the units, get Upheaval. The musics and some maps you can find on the internetz.
Great stand-alone singleplayer expansion pack.
Nice campaigns, and loved the Commanders Challange
New soundtracks, maps and few other small things that were missed in the original Ra3.
Only disappointing thing is that it doesn't have multiplayer and it's little imbalanced.
but great for a single-player expansion.