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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Eric Martin ...
Joseph D. Kucan ...
Bill Collins ...
Carter
Eric Gooch ...
Wendy Bagger ...
Col. Morelli
Richard Smith ...
Dr. Ignatio Mobius
Eric Randall ...
Greg Burdette
R.C. Favero ...
Science Show Host
Marcia Swayze ...
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Aaron Powell ...
GDI Soldier #1
Michael Lightner ...
GDI Soldier #2
Bhaven Patel ...
NOD Soldier #1 (as Bhavin Patel)
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NOD Soldier #2 / NOD Cyberspace Soldier
Paul Bastardo ...
NOD Soldier #3
Chris Rubyor ...
NOD Soldier #4
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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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World Domination in a box.

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Action | Sci-Fi | War

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First game in the massively popular Command & Conquer series. This installment has been renamed "Tiberian Dawn" to indicate that it's the beginning of the Tiberium story arc. See more »

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Seth: So, you're the new addition to the Brotherhood. Well. I'm Seth. Just, Seth. From God, to Kane, to Seth. I am his right hand, and I have a task for you. This
[presses button, photo appears]
Seth: is Nicoomba. He has caused the Brotherhood much grief. His views do not coincide with ours, and that makes him dangerous. Silence him.
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Followed by Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 (2000) See more »

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Perfection only bettered by its own sequel
14 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Command and Conquer-1 was a massive game when it released and thats an understatement. How many games of the time had full length cinematics to explain the story? From its kickass opening sequence to the adrenalin rush of its gameplay, Command and Conquer will be remembered as the best strategy game of all time. Although many levels could be completed with sheer brute force, it was still very difficult and forced the player to actually evolve some innovative tactics of his own. The player was also suitably rewarded for completing each of the hard levels, with the cinematics. With two sides to play, the game is very long but never boring at any single point. C&C and C&C Red Alert represent major turning points in gaming history.


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