Tiberian Twilight is the last episode of the Tiberium saga, involving Kane. Global Defense Initiative (GDI) and Brotherhood of Nod is still at war fighting for peace. However, the alien ... See full summary »
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Joseph D. Kucan ...
Kane (voice)
Iona Morris ...
Colonel James (voice)
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Lilly (voice)
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Gideon (voice) (as Chris Jordan Wolfe)
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General Riggs (voice) (as Tim De Zarn)
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Evelyn Rios (voice)
Danny Seckel ...
Dr. Pascal (voice)
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Sergeant Nash (voice)
Jessie O'Donohue ...
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Brother Mendel (voice)
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Sister Chava (voice)
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Anchor (voice)
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Liz Iacuzzi ...
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Tiberian Twilight is the last episode of the Tiberium saga, involving Kane. Global Defense Initiative (GDI) and Brotherhood of Nod is still at war fighting for peace. However, the alien faction Scrin is no longer on the war-zone, all they have left on earth are the Scrin Tower. After Kane's last mission on earth he will finally ascend and leave our planet with his Nod believers. Tiberium growth according to Kane will also disappear. However, Kane needs your help to activate the last Scrin Tower so all this can end ones and for all. Written by Jesse

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Trivia

This is the first Command & Conquer game where you can actually train and control Visceroids. They were always a neutral non-controllable critter unit in the earlier games. See more »

Goofs

When Kane walks into the portal and is transported (in the GDI ending), the bottom of his legs are slightly visible in the bottom edge of the portal. See more »

Quotes

Kane: Commander, you are quite a adapt leader, but you should know there is much more to this war and to this Tiberium Network than what's has been revealed to you. Let me show YOU the truth. Join me and leave the ignorance of GDI behind you.
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Crazy Credits

At the end of the last full-motion video you can see a written "Scrin" text, which is an alien language in the sci-fi game. See more »

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References Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 (1999) See more »

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Come on, it's not that bad...
18 October 2010 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Yes it's not a normal C&C RTS game. Before it was released it was being made as C&C Arena. It was supposed to be an online game only. Which matter of fact would have been a much better choice.

The wrong part from the developers was when they thought at the last minute to make this into a 'full' game, and at the last minute just scrapped together a short boring campaign and called it C&C 4.

However, if you look at it as just C&C Arena and love online games, then go for it. It's actually lots of fun playing this game online.

If you wanted to see the 'epic conclusion' like most of the fans then yes, you will be disappointed. But it's too late to change the game now, play it for what it is and have fun.

Another detail that proves this is supposed to be an online game is all the fun Achievements, this game has lots of Achievements you can try to harvest, just like every modern online game now-days have. Give it a try.


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