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+ spectacular effects
+ smooth animations of units
+ some stunning landscapes
- from time to time but also boring
+ trashy-atmospheric intermediate films
+ each nation with its own, harmonious style
+ weather effects
+ spectacular battles
+ excellent (english) speakers
+ good units comments
+ massive 6.1 sound
+ matching, c&c typical soundtrack
+ each unit useful
+ gentle learning curve
- claim the campaign varies
- balance flaws in multi-player mode
+ always multiple tasks
+ many exciting script events and cutscenes
- sometimes boring secondary targets
+ attacks the most dangerous target
+ good skirmish opponents
- crappy pathfinding
- inflexible and unfair Scripts
+ increase in three stages
+ have strengths and weaknesses
+ many special abilities
- some types of troops later useless
+ excellently staged with live-action videos
+ motivated until the end
- in the basic simple action with weak end
+ solo playtime around 40 hours
+ long, entertaining campaign
+ very good multiplayer mode
+ three individual nations with a variety units
Multiplayer: very good
+ multiplayer playtime around 100 hours
+ thanks tactical diversity exciting battles, despite small balance deficiencies.
The presentation is cinematic, the backdrop shows off futuristic battles and the mission design has become good.
To play Tiberium Wars is like coming home: From the first minute of me draws the old fascination back into action by the green crystals. This is due to the campaign: no other strategy game mixes charming-cheap real film and thrilling missions so stylish, so motivating. Sure, the plot is flat, and villain Kane sprayed less charisma than an egg. But it is part of it just to Command & Conquer as tactical depth.
In addition to the strengths Tiberium Wars but also inherits the weaknesses of the predecessors, especially the, ahem, functional AI. The harvesters have not learned since c&c ancestor Dune 2 nothing to it, and was released in 1992!
The developer has modernized the cult series, but retains its feel. Tiberium Wars is a real c&c, for better or for worse.
Score: 89 / 100
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