Renegade X is a mod dedicated to recreating C&C Renegade in the new generation engine, the Unreal Engine 3. We all believe the Command and Conquer series is a very special one, and its fans have been following its games for over a decade now. C&C has been one of the most successful videogame series in the RTS Genre. Our modding team believes that C&C Renegade is truly a hidden gem in the FPS genre. C&C Renegade's specialty was its multiplayer mode, because it was not mindless killing like most games. A player was thrown into a battle as soon as he joined a server, in which teamplay was the only way to win. The game revolves around a war between the Global Defense Initiative, and the Brotherhood of Nod. Each faction would have their own base of operations consisting of buildings. A team had to work together to destroy the enemy base, while keeping theirs intact. Obelisk/Advanced Guard Tower (Base defenses) Without these, your team has no automatic defense. Hand of Nod/ Barracks...

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Egor5
Egor5 Jan 14 2009, 6:28am says:

model 8,5/10

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BigCheese256
BigCheese256 Jan 15 2009, 11:48am says:

5 engineers + this APC = carnage? ^^

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ikarusFallsLast
ikarusFallsLast Jan 25 2009, 12:07pm replied:

lol :D indeed

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Mar10101
Mar10101 Feb 10 2009, 9:02am replied:

hmm....5 hotwires with ion + apc = total destruction

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hackerkiller
hackerkiller Mar 6 2009, 9:15pm says:

Wow 2 lights on right side and 3 lights on right side. Its kinda creepy. :S

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Mar10101
Mar10101 May 8 2009, 9:03am replied:

yea gdis apc on renegade had 2 on each side

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Regulus_V
Regulus_V Nov 1 2010, 12:55am says:

Great M113. I understand the hesitation of truly remaking the Renegade GDI APC as it was the ballz. I am more than 100% certain it was an afterthought.

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