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Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars (2007)

You are in command of the armies of either GDI or NOD with the fate of Earth in the balance.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joseph D. Kucan ...
Nod Commander
Scrin A.I.
Nod MCV / Nod EVA / Venom / Training Instructor (voice)
John Huck ...
GDI Soldier / GDI Transport (voice)

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From 1995 to 2047, the world has suffered through continues conflict as the G7 Nations' Global Defense Initiative (GDI) fights the shadowy, religious order of the Brotherhood of Nod (NOD) over one precious, yet poisonous, substance which is spreading across the world, adapting the planet to its alien environment as it goes, Tiberium. Nod's leader, known only as Kane, has for years shaped the world's future to cover the world completely in Tiberium and introduce mankind into the next step in human evolution. Kane, marked by the Brotherhood as "The Messiah", lead Nod into two Tiberium wars against GDI and twice did GDI destroy Kane and bring Nod to it's knees, but could not destroy them. After forty years of war the world is dived up into Tiberium, conflict, corruption and hope. GDI is at last beginning to fight back Tiberium but there are some things lurking in the darkness waiting to come out. It is time for GDI to pick up it's weapons to fight again, for the world. Written by reephamike

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Follows Command & Conquer: Renegade (2002) See more »

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Forget the Naysayers, C&C3 was a Blast!
21 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have thoroughly enjoyed nearly all of games in the Command and Conquer series, and I am pleased to say that Command and Conquer 3 was everything that I had hoped. A return to the Tiberium universe, sweet graphics, and of course, the fun and campy Full Motion Videos (FMVs). As this is IMDb, and not a games website like Gamespot, I will focus much of my review on the FMVs.

Cheesy is the key word that sums up the FMVs. But it's cheesy in a good way. There is some really good B-movie talent to ham it up, including Michale Ironside (Sam Fisher!), Josh Holloway (Sawyer from Lost!), and Billy Dee Williams (Lando!). Williams is really a sight to see as he overacts his way through the GDI FMVs as the sleazy GDI Director Redmond Boyle. Shannon Cook, John Huck, and Shauntay Hinton serve their roles as faux reporters quite well. Grace Park and Tricia Helfer from Battlestar Gallactica along with Jennifer Morrison from House add some much-needed female presence to an otherwise all-male cast. Of course, Joe Kucan's performance as the evil, sneering bald man Kane really took the cake. One thing I really relished was the use of jerky camera effects which gave a sort of "you are there" feel.

A lot of people out there seem to be against the game simply because it was made by EA. Well, that is a shame, since the game and its FMVs are good in their own right!

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