Set about 15-20 years from now, Generals focuses on the growing threat of the Global Liberation Army (GLA). Both China and the US are having problems with the group that sees both of the ... See full summary »
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Set about 15-20 years from now, Generals focuses on the growing threat of the Global Liberation Army (GLA). Both China and the US are having problems with the group that sees both of the superpowers as a threat to their freedom. The imperialist scum must all die. Through the three campaigns and multiplayer battles, you'll have the chance to fight to save the world from the terrorist threat or bring a whole lot of pain to the world via a rather large toxic payload. Written by Tim1370

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In the modern world, great leaders solve their conflicts with words. Words like: Scud Launcher, Carpet Bombing, Tomahawk Missle

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Follows Command & Conquer: The Covert Operations (1996) See more »

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Fun but does not match up to the originals
17 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

The greatest shortcoming of this series is perhaps the lack of an in-depth story and associated cinematics that were in the past, part and parcel of all Command and Conquer games. The interface is also annoying and very slow. The load times are pathetic even on faster computers. But the game itself is excellent and includes not two, but 3 sides. The levels are however, a tad repetitive and not very creative. There are plenty of units and associated gib effects to make up for that though. The America and China campaigns are too easy on normal skill and only during multiplayer is there a real challenge that will force you to think more strategically. I think this game could have been much better if Westwood had more time on their hands.


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