Cast overview, first billed only:
Noree Moneo
Edric O
Robert Carin ...
Hayt De Vries
Fremen Kari
Emperor Frederick IV
Imperial General
Frank Klepacki ...
Ordos Serviceman Spy (voice)
Barry Green ...
Harkonnen Medic
Chip Myers ...
Paul Bastardo ...
Ordos Saboteur (voice)
Chris Blevens ...
Fremen Soldier
Mark Laity ...
Fremen Soldier
Martin McCoy III ...
Fremen Soldier (as Martin McCoy)
Byon Garrabrant ...
Sardaukar (voice)


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Neat little gem.
12 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a remake of a Dune game made a long ago. This now has FMVs to give you mission briefs and further the story. Controls are a lot better too. Since this is from Westwood it uses the C&C engine which is great.

I'm a huge fan of strategy games and Dune 2000 is no exception. I love the fact that you have to create concrete so you can build your buildings without the worry of getting damage by the sand and wind. It may not seem like much but it adds to the strategy and gives it kind of a unique feel to it. Also beware of the Sandworms. If you ain't paying attention your harvester will become a snack and before you know it, you are out of funds. The Sandworms like the concrete, add more strategy and uniqueness to the game.

The only problem I do have with Dune 2000 is that all the basic units like the trike and the tank all look the same with only minor changes in the stats. Sure there are some unique units like the Freeman and the Mammoth Tank. But it wasn't enough for me. Nevertheless, it is a good little game.

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