You play either side of a new Allied/Soviet war when the real villian is an evil master of mind control.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gen. Vladimir (live action) / Soviet taunts (in-game voice) (as Adam Greggor)
Oleg Stephan ...
Soviet officer
Kerry Michaels ...
Prime Minister
General Rene Lyon
Gabriella Bern ...
Soviet newscaster
Korean commander
Gary Marshal ...


In the year 1972, in an alternate world where German Scientist named Einstein constructed a chronosphere to go back into time to defeat both Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin, thus erasing World War 2 from time completely, and with the help of American President Michael Dugan, appointed the last Blood of the Romanov Family, Alexander as the Soviet Premier. Unfortunately, what they did'nt know is that Romanov is planning to launch an all out attack on the United States, wanting to wipe it from the Earth, however, the Americans are retaliating, but, Romanov's adviser Yuri compromised their defenses. Whatever happens now and then, only one force will remain standing. Written by John Wiggins

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President Dugan's first name, and the name of the French General (seen only before the 5th Allied mission), are never mentioned in the Allied campaign. During the Soviet campaign, reporters briefly mention Michael Dugan and Rene Lyon. The British Prime Minister and the German Chancellor (seen before the 5th Allied mission) are never named at all. See more »


Russian characters frequently pronounce names such as Romanov, Vladimir, and (most blatantly) Ivan in the distorted Anglo-American way, rather than the correct Russian way to say these names. See more »


President Michael Dugan: [during Operation: Fox and the Hound] Listen to me you Soviet scum. You can rude around all you want. But, you'll never find me, and you'll never take me.
[begins to laugh]
President Michael Dugan: You call yourself a general? We're laughing at you red.
[laughs slightly]
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Spoofs Red Dawn (1984) See more »

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Great continuation on an incredible game series!
14 April 2002 | by (Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

I was totally thrilled with Red Alert. The game-play was great, the story was sweet and fun never seemed to end. Red Alert 2 is not only twice as good, but it's twice as addictive! Great videos really add to the game, along with a cool new Bad Guy. The missions are great and not to hard, but not to easy. Overall, a great game I recommend to anyone who loves real time strategy!

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