In the name of Kane! La série Command & Conquer™ continue avec Command & Conquer™ 3: Kane’s Wrath. Cette extension de Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars™, retourne dans l'univers de Tiberium avec Kane comme personnage principal.
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In the name of Kane! La série Command & Conquer™ continue avec Command & Conquer™ 3: Kane’s Wrath. Cette extension de Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars™, retourne dans l'univers de Tiberium avec Kane comme personnage principal. Cette histoire vous est présentée avec des séquence vidéo de la célèbre équipe de stars avec Joe Kucan, dans le rôle du chef mégalo de la fraternité Brotherhood of Nod, Natasha Henstridge et Carl Lumbly.
  • Campagne sur une longue période – Kane revient au centre d'une campagne qui s'étend sur vingt ans de la renaissance de la fraternité Brotherhood of Nod jusqu'après la deuxième guerre du Tiberium War jusque la troisième guerre et au delà.
  • Conquête globale – Combattez pendant la troisième guerre du Tiberium comme vous le souhaitez. Prenez le contrôle avec un nouveau mode conquête. Positionnez vos forces et menez la bataille pour remporter la victoire en adoptant la meilleure stratégie à l'échelle planétaire.
  • Les vidéo sont de retour ! – Faites l'expérience de la renaissance de la fraternité avec les vidéo avec Joe Kucan, l'acteur à l'origine de rôle de Kane.
  • Nouvelle unités – Parcourez le champ de bataille avec de toutes nouvelles unités. Personnalisez vos unités et utilisez-les en mode stratégique pour la conquête globale.
  • Prenez le commandement d'une nouvelle armée – Avec les nouvelles unités les guerres ne seront plus les mêmes. Partez à la conquête avec des unités aériennes comme terrestres.
  • Sous-factions spécialisées – Jouez avec 6 nouvelles sous-faction, chacune équipée avec leurs unités, leur pouvoir et leur améliorations. Choisissez celle qui convient à votre style de jeu.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Windows XP/Vista (64-bit non supporté)
    • Processeur : 2GHz (2.2GHz Vista)
    • Mémoire : 512 Mo (1Go Vista)
    • Graphismes : nVIDIA GeForce 4, ATI Radeon 8500 ou supérieure (ATI Radeon 9200 et 9250 PCI, nVIDIA Geforce 4 MX non supportées); pour Vista NVIDIA GeForce 6100 ou ATI Radeon 9500 ou supérieure
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0 compatible
    • Disque dur : 6Go d'espace disque
    • Son : DirectX 9.0 compatible
    • Contrôleur Support: clavier, souris, contrôleur (Contrôleur Xbox 360® pour Windows)
    • connexion internet, authentification en ligne et acceptation de la licence sont nécessaires pour pouvoir jouer en ligne. Pour accéder aux contenus en ligne, il convient de s'enregistrer en ligne. Un seul enregistrement par jeu. Plus d'information sur les conditions sur WWW.EA.COM. Vous devez avoir plus de 13 ans pour vous enregistrer en ligne. EA se réserve le droit de retirer les contenus en ligne dans un délai de 30 jours après annonce sur WWW.EA.COM.
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Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath is actually an expansion pack for Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars, which I haven’t covered yet, and played these in the wrong order; that being said, I can still give a review on this game as an individual release.

Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath was released in early 2008 before actually being released on the 360 console if you can believe it. This is the first C&C game I have played since Generals in 2003. This game takes place between the time of Tiberian Sun and the start of Tiberium Wars plot wise, so if you want to play the games chronologically, start with this one before Wars.

The single player campaign has 13 levels which are divided up into three different sub-stories which follow Kane’s plot. In all good C&C fashion, there are two types of missions, base building missions and more stealth operation missions. The base building missions can normally be completed by overrunning your enemy with your army of tanks an d troops, and just play the numbers game. There is a good amount of buildings to use, but there are only handfuls which actually have some real use in terms of game play. If you want to be playing this game optimally, there are really only 4 or 5 buildings you’ll be using. The second type of mission which gives you control of a smaller force of units, meaning you have to use an element of either stealth or well planned attacks in order to complete objectives. These missions are the hardest, but they present the greatest amount of fun in this title. They really do give you a serious element of strategy and planning which is what you would expect to see from a C&C game.

This game is eight years old now, and whilst none of the C&C games ever had super amazing graphics, some may be put off by the graphically old style to this game. There are some low texture qualities to be seen in abundance, but you really only see these if you are zoomed as far in as you can go, and you will hardly ever want to do this as you are overseeing the whole battlefield anyway. The game is fully voice acted and has very well made cut scenes in between levels which have live action taking place, with some celebrity cast members such as Joseph Kucan returning as Kane, Carl Lumbly, and Canadian actress and fashion model, Natasha Henstridge

The base building missions are really quite ease – like I said you can just use the numbers game against the opponents and overrun them with a huge army. Where the game challenges is the other missions. The game can be played on varying levels of difficulty so you can tailor it to how much of a threat you want your adversaries to cause you.

All of the thirteen missions come with their main objective, along with optional objectives for you to complete. Completing these bear no real game play bonus’ apart from a higher rank at the end of the mission, what they do offer you is a greater knowledge of the lore and plot going on behind the scenes, so fans of the series should definitely be taking the time to read through the extra bits of story you get.

The game took me just about fifteen hours to finish; I am very happy with that length of time for a RTS game like this, and it matches the full price tag quite fairly too. The multiplayer scene is fairly dead on this game as the official servers were taken offline, so it’s only a single player experience from now on. The game has a few other game modes which include a Risk style game, and of course, just general skirmishes against the AI, all of which add to the replay ability of this game.

The only major technical issue I had whilst playing, was that I could not get the game to run in 4k resolutions. Whilst it is an option in the menu, the game will crash when trying to select it. 1080p works fine and runs at over 60 FPS all of the time when maxed out. Keyboard and mouse is an absolute must whilst playing too; even though the game was released on xbox360, the controller doesn’t work on the PC title for some reason?

In conclusion, Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath is a quality C&C release, whilst it may not be as fully polished as the previous games in the series, it still has some really stellar gameplay and an interesting plot. The price tag of £9,99 is right on point as well. You cannot go wrong with picking this game up now.

Tom's Score Card
1) Stay away
2) Not Recommended
3) Only recommended when on sale
4) Recommended
5) Highly recommended
6) This is a must play

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Posté le : 25 novembre 2015
C&C Tiberium wars is bread.

C&C Kane's Wrath is butter.
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In my own opinion it is the best command and conquer for its era.

The races are a bit tacky and slightly pulled from other strategy games.

However the gameplay blends Tiberian sun style mechanics with abilities on units and exicitng super powers with the huge screen filling battles reminicant of Red Alert 1.

If you are a command and conquer fan I reccomend kanes wrath to you.
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Command and Conquer... Since 1997, this name sounds to me the RTS master which take place in a conflict for control. But here, no places or no nations must be controlled, just one thing : the Tiberium, an extraterrestrial ore which fell in Europe in the 1990s.
Kane, an obvious man and leader of BrotherHood of Nod, wanna control it in order to become an overpower man ; the GDI, OTAN military force, have send its best commander in the battlefield in order to protect the few blue zones (places wheres humans can live without damaging presence of the tiberium) the Earth can give. And Kane isn't alone in the entire solar system to want Tiberium for his personal use... but here, Kane's Wrath explores the mysterious times between the Second Tiberium conflict (C&C Tiberian Sun - Firestorm) and the Third one (Tiberium Wars), in order to know how Kane had risen again from a certainly death.
With three factions and their own strategies, six underfactions and their uniques units and the Global Conquest mode, KW is for me the expansion of the best C&C ever made !
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Minor information:

• Game Name: Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Warth.
• Original Release: 2008.
• Genre Tags: RTS; Action; Multiplayer; Single-player.
• Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 15 hours.
• Multiplayer Aspect: Avalable.
• Recommended To: Fans of the genre; Interested by the genre or game; Multiplayer gamers.

Pros & Cons


• Fun & smooth gameplay.
• Great graphics (for a 2008 game).
• Has single-player and multiplayer.
• New game mode and units.
• Even though small, solid multiplayer community.


• Multiplayer requires 3rd Party aplication set up.
• 30 frames per second cap [ Was the norm at the time of release ].
• Somewhat lacking unit balance, not terrible though.
• Shorter campaign story than Tiberium Wars.
• Game price varies on the region you're in.


Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath is a expansion pack to the Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars game released back in 2007. Feuturing a new Nod exclusive campaign that tells a more in-depth story about Kane and the Brotherhoods rise to power after the devestating 2nd Tiberium War. New game units and sub-factions for skirmish and multiplayer. Also a new single-player Global Conquest mode. Where players build and control their forces from a strategic, global level with the goal of either destroying all enemies or completing their side's alternate victory objective.
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