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Topic: Command & Conquer Remastered Collection Review - We Kane Dig...
KostaAndreadis
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Location: Melbourne, Victoria

Back in the 1990s Westwood Studios was one of those names associated with high-profile PC releases, most notably the CD-ROM era RTS classics of the Command & Conquer franchise. Command & Conquer Remastered Collection brings the original and Red Alert into the 4K era and does so in a style that would make even Kane take note.

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Command & Conquer Remastered Collection presents both titles as they were, with quality of life improvements and with new and impressive 4K assets (akin to the excellent work seen in both StarCraft: Remastered and Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition) - alongside fully remastered video and audio. Plus, a sizable suite of behind the scenes extras. All this talk of CD-ROMs and multimedia isn’t merely here to set the scene, but to highlight how Command & Conquer and the alternate history of Red Alert fully embraced the new CD-ROM format in the ‘90s. Which they did in a way that other RTS games didn’t, by realising right-away that addressing the player was, well, fun.

Click Here to Read Our Full Command & Conquer Remastered Collection Review
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I LOVE these games, have played them so many times over the years since original release on windows and even played the hell out of the playstation 1 version also!
So excited to give this remaster a playthrough, though like most classic games that get remastered, i dont think they really needed it in the first place.
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