You are Havoc, a GDI commando who GDI soldiers look up to. Set during Command & Conquer, you blast and kill every NOD soldier. Instead of controlling your units, you are actually fighting ... See full summary »

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You are Havoc, a GDI commando who GDI soldiers look up to. Set during Command & Conquer, you blast and kill every NOD soldier. Instead of controlling your units, you are actually fighting Nod. Written by Zero 88

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When the game was still in development, an image of the Havoc character was released with a very different appearance and backstory than in the final product. Originally Havoc was to be named Jack Sheppard, the son of General Mark Sheppard from the original "Command & Conquer (1995): Tiberian Dawn." This idea was quickly discarded and the character was renamed Nick Parker. See more »

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General Locke says that he is a Brigadier General, yet he has three stars on each of his shoulders on his uniform, which would make him a Lieutenant General. See more »

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Mendoza: You're gonna bleed, GDI!
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Follows Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun (1999) See more »

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Not the best stuff… but still a lot of fun.
29 July 2013 | by (Deadwood) – See all my reviews

I really don't know what to say about the fact that the famous real time strategy "Command and Conquer" to a FPS game… actually I think that was a bad idea… but… hey, we have to accept the fact that the games are evolving, and imagine Return to Castle Wolfenstein as real time strategy, or as Diablo… Well, let's start. The game is straight to the point, the story is derived from the strategy games, so you are just there and go around and shoot stuff like Arnie in "Commando". Just like in the strategy games you have primary and secondary goals, well, FPS also have them, and that's about it. The plot is simple, there's nothing to say about it. Just go and shoot everything. The music score is decent, sound effects are good, graphics are not bad, well the game being released in 2002, graphics are good, pretty good. There's really nothing much to say about this game, just take your weapon, or enter the vehicle and destroy everything, with your GI Joe pals. So, overall, it's just the fun and high voltage military action game.


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