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I'd imagine it would be possible to make new Tiberian timeline command and conquer games set in the timelines between the major CnC titles (While Kane is sadly missing), maybe take the series back a bit from the futuristic setting to the 2010s after the first tiberian war (with prototype/early Tiberian Sun weaponry).
Sadly RTS is not very popular right now (wasn't exactly mainstream before either) and I doubt EA will bother making one as a result.
Kane lives in death!
Annnnd here I am again in 2016... I was hoping someone else would pitch in.
Anyone see the TV series "Vikings"? Pretty neat show! Up there with "Better Call Saul" and other quality series.
Not sure if saying "By far" or "Be fair" :P
He's left handed.
Greetings! Hope you get... promoted ;P
They did make dealing with surprise infantry attacks a bit less painful :O
Which come to think of it, its early in the game when the MGs are most useful.
Unless the 30mm is going to dish out good umph, then this is gonna hurt.
You know, through the entirety of my time playing Generals, I've never really gotten to know exactly what that Avenger laser tangibly did. =|
If you're playing multiplayer, all it takes is one player with a bad computer/connection to drag everyone down to his speed.
Fully autonomous is scary ****, it should not go beyond than needing a human to pull the trigger.
Though if all out war breaks out (assuming Nuclear Armageddon doesn't stop the war), morals go completely out the window and parties start to use whatever horrible inventions they can mustard. (recall resorting to civilian bombardment and Gas attacks in WWI)
I think I read somewhere that both Russia and the US are exploring space based weapons to shoot down GPS and GLONASS providing satellites.
Though I could be remembering this wrong so don't hold me on it. I thought they already had Satellite bombing missiles, maybe its something different.
Also, if war breaks out, everyone including neutral countries will have a fantastically ****** time technology wise let alone economy. Everyone is too tightly connected with and dependent on each other, save for a few.(like North Korea)
GOLEM TANK, READY TO RUMBLE!
They would have shot it if it was an incoming car, more likely the tank is the one that hit the car (but obviously didn't go all the way over it).
Reminds me of that Mr. Bean episode where he was locked out of his hotel room naked.
Lets drink to him once more! He was a good STALKER.
Holy ****, the tank is split in half.
A heads up if anyone didn't know, and is interested.
Command and Conquer games like RA2, Generals, CnC3 etc.. are being played regularly on the multiplayer gaming service Gameranger, its hassle free and supports a lot of old games.
Not the T-72M (monkey version) that you're probably thinking of, but an actual T-72. Yes.
So, why didn't the Russians use their Nuclear weapons on "The Spirit of Freedom" ?
Rule of thumb EA...
IN THE NAME OF C&C!
Is that an MG-42 on that tank?
Like the rest of the Allied forces >: D
Long live the Soviet Union!
It looks girly I guess.
Yea, apart from all the wonderful work these guys put up, I simply love how they bring back old Command and Conquer content revived in this game.
I suppose the BRDM-1 will also follow the Frogfoot's fate and not make any appearances in the game (Like a General's unit)? Why was it replaced?