Command & Conquer: Red Alert™ 3

Command & Conquer: Red Alert™ 3

Command and Conquer Red Alert 3 is a game developed by Electronics Arts
4.3  (154 votes)
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Command and Conquer Red Alert 3 is an strategy game developed by Electronics Arts.
This game is a classic of this genre, with a lot of funny stuff.
The third delivery of this saga comes back with an old subject: the time travel. In this case is used by the soviets to eliminate a scientist, Einstein and his developments which will be vital for the Allies.
The Allies have lost much of its superiority. The unexpected consequences of this was the expansion of the Empire of the Rising Sun who wants to become in the new world power.

All the news of the game are in the presentation videos, which have a lot of humor.
The game has, like in the old versions, a campaign mode with more than twenty missions, a lot of puzzles that you have to accomplish to move forward to the next level and the cooperative mode which is its original novelty.

Graphics and sound.
The graphics are very well done, the scenarios are great. the sound effects are very good and the soundtrack is nice.

To sum up, this is a very fun game and you will enjoy it for sure.

María Noel Balla
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  • Excellent graphics and a lot of humor


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STEVE Th am still getting two errors when I start up the program: MSVCR100.DLL is missing; and skinnedwindows.DLL is missing. Over three weeks and much effort I am still unable to run this program -- however good it may be. A software tech at Nuance was willing but poorly trained, told me my problems would be over once I rebooted, and I believe him and said good-bye.

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sXs game play - 8/10
graphic -6/10

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Timse Although that i have not completed this game i think Red Alert 2 is much better.

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