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Command & Conquer 3 - Demo Performance

Posted on Friday, March 02 2007 @ 04:10:34 CET by

The Command & Conquer 3 demo was finally released this week and boy was it worth the wait! I have to admit I was never expecting much after the second installment of Command & Conquer left me with little faith that there would ever be another version as good as the original. However, if the full version is just as exciting as the demo which I am now confident it will be this could be the best RTS game of 2007. In any case we don’t do game reviews, but we do test them to let you know what hardware you need to run the latest and greatest games! The hardware demands this particular title makes might surprise you...
First of all I was one of the biggest fans of the original Command & Conquer game. This game was the very reason why I developed an interest in computers. So many hours were spent playing C&C Gold online, countless hours. I even started a web site about the game called the "Command & Conquer Legion" which evolved into Legion Hardware as I became more interested in the hardware that ran my games. Anyway, ever since the original there have been almost no RTS games that have captured me quite like C&C did. The Red Alert series were good but I missed GDI and NOD. Having pre-ordered C&C Tiberian Sun and waited for what seemed almost forever, the game disgusted me!
Check it out over at legion hardware.



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