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In the name of Kane! The Command & Conquer™ series continues to thrive with Command & Conquer™ 3: Kane’s Wrath. As the expansion pack to the critically-acclaimed and fan favorite, Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars™, this Real-time Strategy (RTS) game returns to the Tiberium Universe with Kane at the center of an epic new...
Release Date: Nov 13, 2009
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Notice: Requires the Steam version of Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars in order to play.

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In the name of Kane! The Command & Conquer™ series continues to thrive with Command & Conquer™ 3: Kane’s Wrath. As the expansion pack to the critically-acclaimed and fan favorite, Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars™, this Real-time Strategy (RTS) game returns to the Tiberium Universe with Kane at the center of an epic new single player campaign spanning 20 years – from the rebirth of the Brotherhood of Nod after the Second Tiberium War through the dramatic events of the Third Tiberium War and beyond. This story will be told through a new set of high-definition, live action video sequences starring a celebrity cast including Joe Kucan, playing the megalomaniac leader of the Brotherhood of Nod, alongside new talent Natasha Henstridge and Carl Lumbly. With your help, Commander, the Dark Messiah may rise again!
  • Unprecedented Multi-decade Campaign – Kane returns as the centerpiece of an epic new single-player campaign. Experience a new story that spans 20 years – from the rebirth of the Brotherhood of Nod after the Second Tiberium War through the dramatic events of the Third Tiberium War and beyond. Facilitate the rise of the Brotherhood leading up to and beyond the events of Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars.
  • Global Conquest – Fight the Third Tiberium War your way. Take command in an all new global conquest mode. Position your forces on a strategic level and then wage conflict in the fast, fluid, furious, tactical gameplay that Command & Conquer pioneered. Map out your strategies on the planetary level and wage all-out war on the ground.
  • Live Action Videos are back! – Witness the rise of the Brotherhood first hand through intense live action video sequences starring Joe Kucan, the actor who originated the role of Kane in the Command & Conquer series in addition to a new celebrity cast of characters.
  • Introduction of new Epic-Units – Devastate the battlefield with the immense firepower of all-new Epic-units. Customize your Epic-Units mid-battle via garrisoning and upgrades. Position these units in the strategic, global conquest mode then lay siege to your enemy at the tactical, battle level.
  • Take Command of a Whole New Army – With the introduction of new units, structures, and abilities to each of the three factions, the Tiberium Wars will never be the same. Conquer your enemies with new units on both land and air.
  • Specialized Sub-factions – Play to your strengths with six unique sub-factions, each equipped with their own exclusive units, powers, and upgrades. Utilize the sub-faction of your choice to fully take advantage and compliment your play style.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista (64-bit not supported)
    • Processor: 2GHz (2.2GHz Vista)
    • Memory: 512 MB (1GB Vista)
    • Graphics: nVIDIA GeForce 4, ATI Radeon 8500 or greater (ATI Radeon 9200 and 9250 PCI, nVIDIA Geforce 4 MX cards not supported.); for Vista NVIDIA GeForce 6100 or ATI Radeon 9500 or greater
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0 compatible
    • Hard Drive: 6GB of free space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0 compatible
    • Controller Support: Keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360® Controller for Windows)
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
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147 reviews
0.1 hrs on record
I never played Command & Conquer because of their multiplayer. I played them because of their single campaign, of their story. Kane's Wrath has one! An exceptionally good one!

This expansion aims to connect the previous Command & Conquer game, Tiberian Sun, with Tiberium Wars. While the game offers new missions and cutscenes, one downside is that we only have one new campaign this time (I guess the developers ran out of both money and time to complete the rest).

You have new units, as usual, and the missions are a bit more difficult this being an expansion pack. This is normal as the creators always assume you've played the original one.

Honestly? I don't remember much. I remember it being good and I remember that Kane could deliver once more. It was a decent expansion - you may not remember this word as in the gaming industry we have DLCs everywhere today.

Highly recommended along with the vanilla game.
Posted: March 11th, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
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4 reviews
21.2 hrs on record
Best strategy game ever, I belive its better than the 4th kane's wrath defanitly a must have.
Posted: June 28th, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
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4 reviews
8.3 hrs on record
Good strategic game, both online and against bot(s). Love this game! <3
Posted: March 24th, 2014
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
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4 reviews
18.8 hrs on record
This pretty much the last good CnC game. After this game EA made CnC4 which pretty much killed off the series for everybody.

This game fills the holes between CnC: Tiberian Sun and CnC: Tiberium Wars. For many of us fans of the series it was alittle weird to see Kane in that tube at the end of CnC: Tiberian Sun Firestorm and then in CnC: Tiberium Wars hes back without any explination whatsoever.

The story starts right after the Firestorm crisis and you play as Legion and you take direct orders from Kane. You need to like help Kane out and ♥♥♥♥ because since hes recent disappearance the Brotherhood of Nod has been split up and such so it falls to you to fix all of that and unite Nod again.

The gameplay is pretty nice and in muliplayer you can pick alot of factions to play as(Kinda like in CnC: Generals Zero Hour). I would myself recomend that you play as regular Nod and Steel Talons. Regular Nod since they are awesome(DUUUH) and Steel Talons since they got retro units like the Titan and Wolvorine.(It never really made any sense to me why GDI went from Mammoth tanks to Titans and then went back to Mammoth tanks again so thanks EA for the confussion.)

I give this game a 8/10 because its still pretty awesome and it got that metal version of Act on Instinct
Posted: March 9th, 2014
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
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3 reviews
40.5 hrs on record
a very very good game
Posted: May 11th, 2014
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38 of 38 people (100%) found this review helpful
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150.4 hrs on record
Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath.

What a game, really. I've loved the CNC and Red Alert series since RA1, what a classic. But this is, sadly, the best, most recent game out of both series (in my opinion).

I haven't played much of the single player, because WHY? The skirmishes are so fun, there are many different strategies to try out, try different challenges like vs one easy AI and two Hard, capture the easy base early game with minimal resources, e.g. engineer and a few troops, get their tech, have yourself TWO ultimate units, MARV and REDEEMER for example. The unit ranking system is basic but great, very rewarding for looking after your units and keeping them alive through battle trades.

The graphics are great for its age, someone else mentioned about the sound design and yes, I agree, it's awesome. Explosions sound big, siege weapons sound like siege weapons, and units have some great dialogue which you'll catch yourself saying.

Mammoth Tank - "Armoured superiority" "Ready here"

Nod Harvester - "It's time for harvest" "The beautiful glow"

There is still a community out there for multiplayer matches, another reviewer mentioned about the symmetry of the maps, but it's not ALL maps, it's mostly the "tournament maps" which is for... Tournaments. The symmetry is for balance.

However, I do have a gripe for it, and it frustrates me a lot. With so much multiplayer and skirmish potential, I would have loved to have seen more community maps, challenges, missions. But there is almost none through steam. This game is probably past its time to have a big revival, but if you can grab it on a steam sale, I wouldn't hesitate a second.

EA have recently cancelled their F2P model game, which I think is a good move. F2P CnC won't work, I am thoroughly looking forward to a new CnC which will hopefully keep up to this level and more. Don't let us down EA! (Wishful thinking I know)

TL;DR - If the game is on sale, buy it, but don't expect there to be a massive community on Steam. However, there are plenty of people doing game commentaries, one I like is a guy called GreenZero over on YouTube. Check out gamereplays.org too for replays, have a search on google for some custom maps too. I've had many hours of fun with this game (as you can see) plus hours I had with a non-steam copy. Highly reccomended.

My raiting - 4.5/5 I would give it 5/5 if there was better support and community here on Steam.

Thanks for reading my review, I hope it helps!
Posted: November 27th, 2013
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