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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Gen. Vladimir (live action) / Soviet taunts (in-game voice) (as Adam Greggor)
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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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The assistant of President Michael Dugan resembles Miss Monica Lewinsky. It's not possible to determine if this resemblance was intentional or not, however process of developing the game overlaps the Bill Clinton Presidency. See more »

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Before the fifth mission of Allies, a map of Poland is shown, which doesn't remotely resemble any real country. However, this story takes place in alternate history, and Poland is a country which has had many changes in its borders for centuries. See more »

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Yuri: [the intro to Operation: Red Revolution] Comerade General, you have been a lot more tenacious that I have thought. What a great threat you are to your enemies. Do me this favor, grace me with your presence in Moscow. So, I may thank you in person.
Lt. Zofia: Before you go anywhere, comrade, you should see this.
[shows a video tape]
Lt. Zofia: It just arrived today. It says to be mailed in event of Premier's death.
[inserts the tape]
Premier Alexander Romanov: [holding his head and trying to talk] If... you... have... received this. Then, I ...
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Follows Command & Conquer: Red Alert - Retaliation (1998) See more »

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5 November 2000 | by (bellevue, washington) – See all my reviews

well i thought they couldn't improve on the first red alert. but i was wrong. this is a great video game. the story line picks up where red alert leaves off. stalin is dead and the americans put alexi romanov in charge of the soviet union. romanovis a career politician who speaks of peace and following the allied cause. however romanov hates the allies that destroyed his "mother russia"and begins plotting revenge. romanov experaments with mind control and finally he attacks, russians flowing into california, new york and texas. mind control makes american citizen's into russian slaves. and there we go . it's a great game. barry corbin is the commander of the allied forces. and like in red alert, he talks directly to you. a personal favorite of mine that tiberian sun doesn't have. the cahraacters talking directly to you. a great game and lots of fun.


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