You play either the Soviet or Allied sides as you do battle against the mad scientist, Yuri.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rick Ginn ...
Alexander Moiseev ...
Soviet Officer
Andrei Skorobogatov ...
Soviet Officer
Soviet Officer
Brett Logan ...
Allied GI
Lamar Lucas ...
Allied GI
McKenzie Woodcock ...
Allied GI


The night after the Kremlin is stormed and the Soviet revolution led by Aleksander Romanov is defeated, a dinner is held for President Dugan and the top generals who were pivotol in the Allied success, the President is contacted by the psychic, fugitive former advisor to Premier Romanov, Yuri. He informs the Americans of his plan to mind control the enitire planet with his network of devices, the Psychic Dominators, which are spread across the globe. As it turned out, while the Alliance had been occupied with the Russian uprising, Yuri and his psychic corr had been building an arsernal of their own, comprised of psychic manipulating and genetic mutating weapons. Moments before the devices are activated, the one in San Fransisco was disabled and that one state was left free from the clutches of Yuri. The Allies leading scientist, Dr. Albert Einstein, comes up with a plan to alter the recent events. He has built a time machine, with which the USA plan to travel back in time with ... Written by Daniel Keating <>

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15 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Red Alert 2 Expansion Pack: Yuri's Revenge  »

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Nicholas Worth's character is hunted by Udo Kier's Yuri in the chapter "Romanov on the Run," a spoof-homage of Casablanca (1942). Worth and Kier previously both appeared in Barb Wire (1996) (the Pamela Anderson vehicle), another science-fiction spoof-homage of Casablanca. See more »


In this series, time travel has created an alternate reality diverging from ours in the 1920s, which is in many ways more advanced than ours. Most apparent anachronisms and factual errors regarding technology, culture, design, etc., are redundant at best, and internal plot holes at worst. See more »


[Upon landing on the moon]
Romanov: One tiny step for comrade general, one GIANT LEAP for Soviet People yes? Haha!
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Follows Command & Conquer (1995) See more »

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Yuri tries to take over the world, again...
1 July 2009 | by (Cape Town, South Africa) – See all my reviews

That evil Yuri is at it again, trying to take over the world (cue evil laugh). This time using his own forces rather than those of the unsuspecting Russians to unleash some more of his evil mind-control mayhem on the world. As the official expansion to Red Alert 2, Yuri's Revenge is basically more of the same cheesy wacky game that you experienced in the original.

The biggest addition is that of the 3rd side – Yuri's forces- to battle the Allieds and Soviets. As expected, Yuri's forces rely on mind-control of their opponents and a careless commander can quickly find his forces turning on each other and being decimated by friendly fire. It's an interesting challenge to figure how to counter Yuri's mind control effectively but once you do, there is no plan B from Yuri as most of his units are relatively weak.

Yuri's revenge's single player campaigns are a bit more difficult than RA2's campaigns, but never so difficult that you will pull your hair out in frustration. Westwood also added some new units for the Allieds and Soviets, but I only bothered to try out a few of them, finding my old favorites from RA2 still adequate in most situations.

The new cut-scenes were a little disappointing, a number of them simply consist of a person telling you what happened and what you're mission objectives are. Scattered between the mission-briefings though, were a few good cut-scenes that were on the same standard as those in RA2. One strange quirk is the long loading times of missions, it was a big complaint back in 2001 – and the problem still persists on modern computers in 2009. Not sure how the programmers screwed that one up.

To conclude, Yuri's Revenge is a very competent add-on to the original RA2, and a must have for any RA2 fan.

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