C&C: RA3 is one of those very much so rare games that even though all competition from newer RTS-titles, still have managed to remain just as fun to play at the current as back when they were initially released.
With this IP, EA Los Angeles introduced to us (the players) one of the very best of gaming-experiences ever crafted, let alone one which one could ever have asked for. EALA gave us players lots of additional features and tools both advanced as simple that made and still makes this game from the bigger rest.
The Developers gave us the very best, with features such as the fantasticaly simplictic hosting-system of which still runs as smooth as ever and in which one didn't need to set up a entiere f*****g home-based server in-order to do so.
The RA3 Worldbuilder map-editor which was and once again still remains one of the simplest and most time-saving/conserving map-editors ever to have been introduced to the gaming community.
The Brutal smart-AI's,.. although admittedly not being the hardest nor smartest in all of gaming history, did give us quite a ride with their smart and uncountable use of tactics which they 'occasionally'' deployed with great cunning fighting alonside or versus the players.
The SuperWeapons, even if 'yes a bit anoying'' did by fact bring us that underlying sense of fear of imminent destruction and the feeling that the favors might swing to your opponents side in any number of seconds. It made for a crucial part of the RA3 playing mentality.
They gave us a truly unqiue set of factions whom opperated in very distinct ways from one another and of which employed different tactics for the various of tasks.
Lastly, they gave us the Replay, one of the first in-whole trully so good theater-modes as far as RTS-IPs' are concerned.
Now, too finish off this way too overly extensive review of mine I shall end by proclaiming in-accordance with personal opinion, that Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 most-probably am one of the very best game-IPs' to have been crafted in reccent memory.
-:"Spoken In The Common Man's Langauge; It Would Be Fair To Considered It My Nr.1 Favorite Game Of All Time."