Rise Of The Reds is an expansion mod for Generals: Zero Hour that adds the Russian Federation, European Continental Alliance and is packed with overhauls and changes to the original factions. Whether it's steamrolling Russians, indomitable European defenders, American high-tech, Chinese strength in numbers or the brutal cunning of the GLA - Rise of the Reds has a faction for everyone's tastes - even to take your opponents on land, air and sea!

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RS|Robert Nov 29 2012 says:

How many channels can it catch? 1000? 10000? Does it also have the HD ones?

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yavuztezcan Nov 30 2012 replied:

lol ^^

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MO_China Nov 29 2012 says:

What 's this? Small super weapons?

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IPS Nov 29 2012 replied:

yea, like this:

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Erick_Auron Nov 29 2012 replied:

no super weapon, but looks like a little bit

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Branden-Magister Nov 29 2012 replied:

seems legit. xD

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RussianSniper Nov 29 2012 says:

I wonder if there is any unit that can be recruited from this building?

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Anubis_theDark Nov 29 2012 replied:

Yeah. Hot porn actresses that will empower any ECA soldier and will make them 'shoot' really fast :P

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Branden-Magister Nov 29 2012 says:

would be kinda cool to see reporters recruited from here that when they accompany your men into combat produce money whenever you kill an enemy. You know like a good rating :P

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JackiChain Nov 29 2012 replied:

And he should have big visualrange and allies in a area around him will have bigger weapon range.

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Mernom Nov 29 2012 replied:

allrdy done in mid east crysis

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AirborneSn1p3r Nov 29 2012 replied:

this has been done in conflict zone

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Nuttah Nov 29 2012 replied:


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Erick_Auron Nov 29 2012 says:

good job ROTR, a very creative fund producing building indeed.

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waldo101 Nov 29 2012 says:

Cool by the way how much credits will it make and how much credits will the tele towers make?

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dark_general Nov 30 2012 says:

It attacks you with Teletubbies. It's super effective!

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george76 Dec 1 2012 replied:


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FuckerPizda Jan 18 2013 replied:

ти ЛОЛ

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pixel00 Dec 2 2012 says:

Money making satellite dish telecommunication device :)

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gerschmid Dec 6 2012 says:

whow much does this and the towers generate in revenue per minute

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FuckerPizda Jan 18 2013 says:

думаю, що ви всі лохи

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Established in 2032, the European Communications Agency Network (ECAN) was formed as one of the first cooperative institutions of the new European community and assumed operations two years prior to the formal creation of the Continental Alliance itself. Initially, ECAN was conceived as a joint initiative of several semi-nationalised telecommunications companies, news agencies and public broadcasting services and offers a wide range of entertainment, documentary and news programmes on television, radio and the internet. As a reaction to the rampant, dehumanising sensationalism of the past, the new European media corporations are obliged to follow a strict set of ethical guidelines backed by national laws against deceptive advertising, dubious 'reality' formats and smear campaigns. In a world where many news services are heavily affected by corporate interests or propagandistic posturing, ECAN News, with its popular anchorman Eric Brice, is regarded as one of the more impartial and level-headed programmes. However, if there is one thing that ECAN could potentially be accused of, it would be its rather amicable relation with the European military task force: Ever since the invasion of North Africa in 2037, the Continental Army works in close cooperation with ECAN's war correspondents who operate from within the Telecom Relay in order to provide the European public with a close insight into the operations while the military may benefit from an additional source of income generated by the ratings. Beyond that, the Telecom Relay also offers access to Europe's extensive satellite network, allowing ECA forces to take a clear look at their entire area of operations for short periods of time.

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