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Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars review

The pad's still a problem, but the acting's fun

The GDI and NOD have a pretty good reason to fight. Their excuse for going to war, as if one were ever needed in Command & Conquer, is the ballyhoo surrounding the Tiberium crystals that have poisoned Earth, rendering the majority of the planet as inhospitable as Milton Keynes. The GDI have secured all the nice bits for right-thinking citizens everywhere, leaving whacko leather-fetishist cult The Brotherhood of NOD to languish in the bad old badlands.

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DescriptionThe most influential strategy game to date returns with a radically updated look, but reaches into the past and brings back our favorite vehicles.
Franchise nameCommand and Conquer
UK franchise nameCommand and Conquer
PlatformPC, Xbox 360
US censor ratingTeen
Alternative namesC&C, Command and Conquer
Release date26 July 2007 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)