Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars
Breathtaking visuals anchor the fun singleplayer campaign.
The beloved video cutscenes are back.
Interesting missions, especially the infiltration ones.
The ability to rain destruction upon your foe in many creative and visually arresting ways.
Small maps make for fast and frantic gameplay.
Simple resource management lets you get on and wage war.
Campy FMV sequences return.
Simple strategic options and small maps limit complexity
Can get very, very busy.
Nod power level seems to be diminished.
Maps feel small compared to other RTS games.
Limited and simplistic research tree.
Limited scope for customizing units.
HUD markers can take the fun out of exploring the maps.
Units have mechanical ‘equal and opposite’ purposes.
Some balance issues with mega units.
Some online features would have been nice but for a single player demo.
By BrightHub on May 29, 2009
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By Maximum PC on May 17, 2007
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