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Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (2008)

As the Soviet Union was beginning to disillusion by the massive powers of the western world, General Krukov and Colonel Cherdenko with Dr. Zelinski makes a last ditch effort to save the ... See full summary »

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As the Soviet Union was beginning to disillusion by the massive powers of the western world, General Krukov and Colonel Cherdenko with Dr. Zelinski makes a last ditch effort to save the Union by using Zelinski's latest invention, a time machine. Cherdenko, Krukov and Zelinski time warp to the 1920's, and killed off Albert Einstein. As they come back to their original time, they realize that the Soviet Union is a better faction than the western world,and Cherdenko becomes the Premier of the Union. But, another faction is now rising to power, The Empire of the Rising Sun, and they intend to invade the Soviet Union. With 3 factions fighting, only one can be the one standing to rule the world. Written by John Wiggins

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One way for EA games to promote Red Alert3 is to make fake presidential electoral ads with President Ackerman, since because the game was released in 2008, an American presidential election year. The slogan for Ackerman's election was "Screw 'em all". After the election, commandandconquer.com even made a concession speech from President Ackerman. See more »

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"Lt." Eva conspicuously wears the rank insignia of a Staff Sargent. See more »

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Premier Cherdenko: [First Soviet mission] Ah, commander. As you can see, our situation is shockingly grim. All our forces are consentrated in Europe, pushing the Allies west. This *Empire* knows very well that we're vulnerable right now, they expect us to fall swiftly. At his very moment, their invasion force moves relentlessly towards Leningrad. I have chosen *you* to defend the USSR in this difficult hour, because I need a commander who does not believe in defeat. Somebody who will not simply drive our enemies ...
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Follows Command & Conquer (1995) See more »

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Third installment of a time-acclaimed series
21 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

After a long hiatus, the Red Alert branch of the Command & Conquer series of games is back.

In keeping with the series's trademarks, the Allies and the Soviets are at it again, with well known units such as the attack dog and the Kirov bomber coming back to our screens.

However, this title takes a leaf (or a few) from other titles of the genre, such as Command & Conquer Generals ("General Points" and "General Abilities" mechanics, a third faction, Empire of the Rising Sun). Sea-faring units are back and greatly emphasized, as are the amphibian abilities of many units.

As seen from the multiplayer beta and various teaser trailers, the graphism is very much reminiscent of it's predecessor, Red Alert 2, but the graphics quality is cutting edge, taking full advantage of current High Defenition technology.

The storyline is yet largely undivulged, but promises to be as compelling as any in the series, and, naturally, narrated in several live-action sequences acted out by a star-studded cast.

A must have title for series buffs, genre enthusiasts and casual players alike.


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