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ZOOM The Command & Conquer
Collection
Sold Out (Win98/2000/Me/XP) (Retail) (C&CCOLLPR)

Publisher: EA Games

Game: Strategy / Warfare

Violence / Blood

Decide The Fate Of Mankind

Wreak havoc in unprecedented proportions in these five great games from the groundbreaking Command & Conquer series. Own a piece of gaming history with this extensive collection from one of the most innovative and award-winning strategy franchises ever. With millions of fans worldwide, the Command & Conquer series is the benchmark by which all real-time strategy games are measured. Step into the battlefields of the future and unleash a massive high-tech arsenal on your enemies. With the unique and highly engaging plots, each of these games allows you to get into the action by fighting the war on both sides. This great collection includes, Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun, Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun Firestorm, Command & Conquer Renegade, Command & Conquer Red Alert 2, and Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge.

Tiberian Sun: It turns out that Nod's megalomanical leader Kane may not have actually died at the end of the last game. That's bad news for the law-enforcing Global Defense initiative, who are now faced with suppressing another NOD assault. This conflict is played out over two entirely separate campaigns which can run anywhere from 12 to 19 missions, depending on how many optional missions a player takes on.

Firestorm: Kane lives in death. The Brotherhood of Nod and the GDI must forget their prior differences and come together to save mankind from Kane's machine-led military. Go to war like never before with all new strategies and units in this essential addition to the Command & Conquer series.

Renegade: A fast-paced 3-D action game set in the gripping Command & Conquer universe. For the first time, experience the Command and Conquer universe up close and personal as you fight it out on the ground among the structures, vehicles and weapons made famous in the original C&C. You assume the role of Havoc, elite GDI commando who fights and explores from a first or third-person viewpoint. Battling through exotic indoor and outdoor environments, you're free to use both brute force and stealth in your mission objectives against the evil Brotherhood of Nod.

Red Alert 2: The Soviets are exacting their revenge and invading the United States. Fight on the side of freedom or join the Soviet war machine. Integrate the power of top-secret technology into your strategy. Soviet Cloning Vats and Allied Chrono Devices are just a few of the many devastating weapons. Prism Tanks, Tesla Troopers, Terror Drones, Desolators, Psychic Mind Control, Giant Squid and Aircraft Carriers are just a small part of your arsenal. Whatever your allegiance, Command & Conquer Red Alert 2 pushes the frontier of RTS gaming.

Yuri's Revenge: Take command of Yuri's Army and wield devastating weapons build on forbidden technologies. Enslave minds, create genetically mutated Brutes, spread biological viruses, and inflict a variety of exotic punishments on your enemies. Both the Allied and Soviet armies get new, powerful weapons including the Allies' Robot Control Center and the Guardian GI. The new Soviet weaponry includes the Siege Chopper and Boris, a machine-gun toting commando who can call down MiG bombing strikes.

Requirements:

Windows 98/Me/2000/XP : 400 MHz Intel Pentium II , 96 MB RAM 4x CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive, 16 MB Direct 3D video card with DirectX 8.0 compatible driver DirectX 8.0 compatible 16-bit sound card Keyboard; Mouse, Hard Drive Space: Renegade: 950MB, Red Alert 2 & Yuri's Revenage 350 MB, Tiberian Sun & Firestorm: 200 MB

 


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