Command & Conquer (1995)

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When a new and powerful mineral, the Tiberium, is discovered, two organizations start a war for its control: the criminal Brotherhood of NOD and the UN derived GDI forces.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Martin ...
Joseph D. Kucan ...
Bill Collins ...
Eric Gooch ...
Wendy Bagger ...
Richard Smith ...
Eric Randall ...
R.C. Favero ...
Science Show Host
Marcia Swayze ...
Female Reporter
Aaron Powell ...
GDI Soldier #1
Michael Lightner ...
GDI Soldier #2
Bhaven Patel ...
NOD Soldier #1 (as Bhavin Patel)
Ed Del Castillo ...
NOD Soldier #2 / NOD Cyberspace Soldier
Paul Bastardo ...
NOD Soldier #3
Chris Rubyor ...
NOD Soldier #4


When a new and powerful mineral, the Tiberium, is discovered, two organizations start a war for its control: the criminal Brotherhood of NOD and the UN derived GDI forces.

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World Domination in a box.


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31 August 1995 (USA)  »

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Kane is named for the Biblical Cain, the first murderer in the world. Seth is named after Cain's brother (the one he didn't kill). The King James translation of the Genesis text states that after killing Abel, Cain fled and lived "in the land of Nod" which is in fact a mistranslation of "in the land, wandering." The mistake has given many poets and romanticists the idea for stories about a mysterious country called Nod. See more »


Seth: [with a display of the U.S] Well done! You are truly becoming Kane's favorite. How would you like to ensure your place in the highest echelons of Nod? Surely you are ambitious enough to take on a mission of tremendous magnitude. Your goal is so secret even Kane knows nothing of it yet. You'll see, power shifts quickly in the brotherhood.
[looks around]
Seth: I've taken the liberty of dispatching your troops to the U.S. Kane's been loathe to attack America, but I feel that it's time, and that you're the...
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Referenced in Troldspejlet: Den sidste viking (1997) See more »

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The RTS revolution starts here.
13 July 2007 | by (Manchester, England) – See all my reviews

The debate rages on - what was the first ever RTS? Herzog Zwei? Stonkers? Dune 2? No-one's really sure - so much depends on the definition of "RTS" (and, for that matter, "first") that even Railroad Tycoon has seen entry into the fray. What is certain is that it was Dune 2 that put Westwood Studios on the map and planted the seeds of what the RTS would eventually become. Blizzard's original Warcraft ran some more with the idea, but it's Command And Conquer: Tiberian Dawn that truly set the world alight.

Dune 2 struggled with a quirky unit cap, caused simply by a shortage of processing power. C&C has no such limitations, and battles featuring scores of men and tanks over a multitude of landscapes looked stunning in addition to playing well. The linking FMVs are absorbingly written and acted - witness General Sheppard's growing frustration and rage throughout the pursuit of Kane, which is believable and compelling. These improvements marked the true beginning of the CD age of PC gaming

  • with this game showing what was possible, the floppy disc was dead

and buried.

The story is as well-known and standardised as it is irrelevant - two organisations compete for resources and military supremacy. It's the little differences and quirks between the Global Defence Initiative (a spin off from the UN) and the Brotherhood of NOD (as old and biblical as character names like Kane and Seth are intended to imply) that grant the game the longevity, acclaim, sequels and spinoffs that it has maintained in the twelve years since.

A juggernaut that shows no signs of slowing down, and it kicked off in 1995. Now available again as part of the First Decade pack, this is a milestone of gaming that still plays well today.

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