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Command & Conquer: Generals (2003)

China and the US are faced with the growing threat of the Global Liberation Army, that sees both of the superpowers as a threat to their freedom. Through three campaigns and multiplayer battles, you'll have the chance to save the world.
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Credited cast:
Aki Aleong ... (voice)
Ivan Allen ... (voice)
June Angela ... Chinese Computer / Chinese Villian (voice)
Gregg Berger ... (voice)
Steve Blum ... USA Rocket Soldier (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
David Boat ... (voice)
Glenn Burtis Glenn Burtis ... (voice)
Paul Chen Paul Chen ... (voice)
Sean Donnellan ... (voice)
Jill Eckhart Jill Eckhart ... (voice) (as Jill Goodall)
Chad Einbinder ... (voice)
Bill Farmer ... (voice)
Quinton Flynn ... U.S.A. Sniper (voice)
David Fries David Fries ... (voice)
Brian George ... (voice)
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China and the US are faced with the growing threat of the Global Liberation Army, that sees both of the superpowers as a threat to their freedom. Through three campaigns and multiplayer battles, you'll have the chance to save the world.

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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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English

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1 February 2003 (USA) See more »

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Sweet graphics, great gameplay, but lacking story
10 May 2003 | by overdrive_maniacSee all my reviews

I saw the graphics for this game on some TV show, and being a huge fan of the Command and Conquer games, went to pick it up. First off, the visuals are stunning. Almost every detail is taken care of, from explosions to guys flying out of vehichles as they blow up. The weapons and units rock, and the super weapons... aw yeah. Who can't love nukes with such cool graphics, dropping crazy blue anthrax on a base and watching their troops melt and die, or dropping a fuel air boom with a blast radius that could wipe out L.A.?

The whole general promotion idea is pretty cool, picking up advancements as you get better in the game. The gameplay is easy, but not boring, so begginers and advanced players can both enjoy. The in mission cut scenes are INCREADIBLE, watching a dam collapse, or a laser cutting through ranks of tanks.

The only problem with this game is the lack of continual story that is normally present in C&C games. No cool general played by a movie star, no hot girl briefing you... I missed these aspects, but with all the great action, the game made up for it. If you even REMOTELY like these type of games, you have to pick this one up!


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