Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars

  • Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars
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Based on 35 scores, 47 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    19
  • Good:
    15
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Breathtaking visuals anchor the fun singleplayer campaign.
  • Gorgeous graphics.
  • The beloved video cutscenes are back.

Cons:

  • Simple strategic options and small maps limit complexity
  • Can get very, very busy.

Expert reviews and ratings

By BrightHub on 80

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By Gear Diary on

A few months ago I got to pick up a copy of Command and Conquer 3. This game had been at the top of the hype meter for almost 2 years prior to being released in March 2007. The first thing I noticed was the distinct green theme of the box and this...

By Good Gear Guide on 90

Command & Conquer 3 is a welcome return of the C&C brand and a fitting conclusion to the Tiberium trilogy. One of the finest RTS games to...

By PC Authority on 83

Simple classic fun with a healthy dose of nostalgia for good...

By Gameguru Mania on 90

Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars(hx) 07:40 AM EDT - Jun,04 2007 Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars is a sequel to the 1999 RTS title Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun and its expansion pack Firestorm by Westwood Studios. The original story tells us of...

By Expert Reviews on 80

This follow-up to the grandaddy of real-time strategy is making an embarrassing attempt to look down with the kids, and also showing its many rivals how to have fun. Twelve years on from the original Command & Conquer, the formula has barely...

By PC Pro on 100

The legendary RTS is finally back - its on top form and will keep you challenged for some time to come. Its been six years since we last saw a genuine incarnation of Command & Conquer. Admittedly, there was C&C Generals, but that was a predictable...

By Atomic MPC on 80

Given one word to describe Command & Conquer 3, our list of potentials would not include ‘Amazing’, ‘Revolutionary’ or even ‘Carrots’. Perhaps if we were to become slightly drunk, or swig a pint of nutmeg suspended in...

By Maximum PC on 80

Tiberium Wars picks up on the long-running conflict between Global Defense Initiative (GDI) and Brotherhood of Nod forces on a Tiberium-infested Earth. Over the course of three-dozen missions, you side with each of the game’s three factions,...

By IT Reviews on

return of a classic, but...: After the gritty, earthy and intense double bill of Supreme Commander and Company of Heroes, the two excellent real-time strategy games that PC owners have been satisfying themselves with over the past six months or so,...

By PC Advisor on 90

Tiberium Wars isnt as innovative as some of its rivals, but Command & Conquer has never been known for novelty. Instead, this game does what the series has always done best: providing the most enjoyable real-time strategy experience around, via...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Command and Conquer is back, and its bigger, prettier and dumber than ever. Command and Conquer is one of the best known strategy games on the PC. Weve been waiting since 1999 for the third iteration in the Tiberian series, but here it is. The...

By V3.co.uk on 100

Kane and co are back for more commanding and even more conquering in this strategic...

By Play TM on 90

Command and Conquer is arguably the defining real-time strategy series of the genres long history. Its most recent iterations, whilst technically sound in almost all respects have (arguably) failed to live up to the legendary status of the older...

By TweakTown on 85

If youre a PC gamer in almost any shape or form, you should know of Command & Conquer, if not know it very well first hand from its numerous appearances since 1995. It is perhaps the most identifiable RTS series ever made next to Age of Empires and...

By TechCentral on

Intern! What is good in life? To crush your enemys base, to see his panicked troops driven before you, and to hear his girly-man lamentations.Er, right. Well, the back of the box says it all: "The RTS King is back!" And, brother, has it ever roared...

By DarkZero on 81

Those of us who’ve been playing games for some time now fondly remember the classic Command & Conquer games produced by Westwood in the mid-90s. Since the takeover of EA and the move to 3D the original magic has been lost. The previous C&C game...

By Tech2 on 90

When I first heard that there was a new installment in the Command and Conquer Tiberium Series in the works, I was rather skeptical, since Westwood Studios was off the task this time. The game was being developed by the money-making, studio-gobbling...

By The Lobe and Mail on 90

Whod have thought one of the most satisfying RTS games in years would be a throwback to decade-old game design?To get the most out of Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars it helps to have an appreciation for the kind of schlocky science-fiction dramas...

By Pocket-lint on 90

Chances are you’ve not had this much fun in long, long...