Tiberian Sun: NCM Revolution puts players right after the events of Firestorm and the destruction of CABAL. With both GDI and Nod low on manpower and resources, it has become a race to recapture land and Tiberium from defunct CABAL bases. This is the catalyst for a Massive and organized Civilian uprising, tired of constant Nod attacks and diminishing GDI support. This crates the National Civilian Militia, whose Goal is to protect the interest of civilians from Nod propaganda, GDI politics, and a dying tiberium infested planet. Its up to you, the Supreme Elect Commander of NCM forces, to make it Happen. Welcome Back Commander

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Cjslayer16
Cjslayer16 Oct 19 2008, 3:27pm says:

Unbelivable why dont they make civilians in tibwars?

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AllBetsAreOff
AllBetsAreOff Apr 3 2009, 6:13pm says:

CAUSE ea dumb

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MrTaxikiller
MrTaxikiller May 21 2009, 6:08pm replied:

think u r coz ts is made by westwood and not by ea

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undermannen
undermannen Jul 3 2009, 12:41pm replied:

well... EA kind of own westwood... i think westwood is gone. i think its a part of EA. if you play CnC 3 you dont see so much signs of westwood only EA

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Araethuiel
Araethuiel Jul 7 2009, 5:26pm replied:

That happened between Red Alert 2 and the Yuri's Revenge expansion. Most of Westwood are Petroglyph now, who're responsible for empire at war and universe at war.

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Blazerunner
Blazerunner Nov 12 2009, 10:35pm buried:

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Westwood was nothing more than an offshoot of EA Games. The closest you get to seeing a Westwood logo these days is by finding one of the few games that were marketed under it. The games are: C&C Tiberian Dawn, C&C Red Alert '95, C&C Red Alert Counterstrike, C&C Red Alert Aftermath, C&C Red Alert Covert Operations, C&C Tiberian Sun, C&C Tiberian Sun Firestorm, C&C Red Alert 2, C&C Red Alert 2 Yuri's Revenge, Dune 2000, Dune 2, Dune, and Emperor Battle for Dune. Red Alert 3, Tiberium Wars, Kane's Wrath, C&C 4, and the RA3 expansion are all marketed under EA specifically. (I also noticed they all require a more modern PC to work right.)

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sithpal Online
sithpal Feb 19 2010, 9:04pm replied:

westwood wasnt an offshoot! it got eaten alive by the EAs....some ea good...ones responsible for the more modern C&C games EVIL!!!

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Washeek
Washeek Apr 28 2011, 3:37pm replied:

sithpal is right even though a little overreacting. Westwood was an independent game developer and producer if memory serves me long before EA became the giant it is now and was bought by EA in a completely fair and legal fusion.
On the other hand even though I don't like what happened to the CnC universe I stoped blaming EA for that. And if westwood is indeed part of petroglyph (as stated above and I didn't know that) then my guess was right. Universe at war is really baaad and believe me I do like complex and difficult games. It was soooo buggy...

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slayr1
slayr1 Jan 21 2012, 11:19am replied:

Covert operations was for Tiberium Dawn...

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renzjericho
renzjericho Aug 5 2011, 12:08pm replied:

actually westwood made the game and EA Published it dah

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Rallehop
Rallehop Mar 15 2012, 10:36am says:

if i want to say. i want Westwood back. they made sun. Sun was 1 of my FAVOURITE games. and it still is.

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