Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 -- Uprising
The Commanders Challenge can be fun, Some cool new units.
Great new units; Yuriko campaign; Challenge mode; fun skirmish maps; great music.
New units are fun, Commander challenges, New story content.
Poor mission design, Yuriko campaign is halfbaked, Pathfinding and animations still problematic.
No multiplayer; imbalanced units hurt skirmish; no AI co-op in Campaign; passive AI.
Removal of CoOp stinks, The Lack of any multiplayer, Unforgiving AI
By BrightHub on June 24, 2009
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By OCModShop on May 11, 2009
Continuing the immensely enjoyable action and strategy of Red Alert 3, Electronic Arts has released Red Alert 3: Uprising for those clamoring for more. Uprising is a stand alone, solo play series of campaigns that combine a small number of missions...-
By Gaming Nexus on April 23, 2009
As the Need for Speed for the RTS set, saying that Command & Conquer has the market cornered on live-action video would be something of a misnomer. The market isn’t cornered – it’s simply packed up its belongings and moved on, leaving...46
By DarkZero on April 03, 2009
Red Alert 3 was awarded a rather healthy 7/10 back when I reviewed it last year. This was largely due to the well proven multiplayer, as opposed to the uninspired campaign mode. The introduction of co-op missions was one of the few innovations on...50
By Games Radar on April 01, 2009
See if you can guess which RTS we’re talking about here: “Your units’ pathfinding abilities are somewhat erratic, they’ll frequently stand around watching a friendly structure get destroyed, and controlling large numbers of them...60
By Craving Tech on March 30, 2009
This review is quite short, since Red Alert 3 Uprising is merely an expansion of the original Red Alert 3 (my Red Alert 3 Review). It adds new missions to the campaign but they are only a few and fairly short. If you just can’t get enough of Red...-
By GameZone on March 27, 2009
Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3: Uprising is a great expansion pack. It adds new units that everyone is sure to love. The only bad thing is the lack of multiplayer and co-op that made the original so fun. After players get through all the...78
By NowGamer on March 26, 2009
Red Alert 3: Uprising may cost a mere 15 quid, but so does a posh curry these days, and the curry won’t leave you feeling quite as hungry afterward. 4.2/10Print this pageUser reviews (0)Share this pageNoticed something wrong? Report...42
By GameSpot on March 23, 2009
This misguided expansion pack does the unthinkable: It makes Red Alert 3 boring....50
By cnet on March 23, 2009
How does a developer take such a gleefully joyous experience as Red Alert 3 and morph it into lifeless mediocrity? Its a question that youll wrestle with as you struggle through the real-time strategy games first expansion pack, Uprising. Some...50