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Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath - Xbox 360
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- The all-new Command Stick takes console RTS controls to the next level.
- Xbox 360-exclusive Kane’s Challenge mode – Run the gauntlet of over 80 matches against all nine unique armies.
- Six new sub-factions, each with exclusive units, structures, and abilities
- Experience a new story that spans 20 years – from the rebirth of the Brotherhood of Nod after the Second Tiberium War through the dramatic events of the Third Tiberium War, and more.
- Witness the rise of the Brotherhood firsthand through intense live-action video sequences starring Natasha Henstridge, Carl Lumbly, and Joe Kucan as Kane
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Platform: Xbox 360
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- C&C continues to have the best controls on a console. The new radial interface is an improvement and helps with gaining some 'speed' when selecting the commands. I was worried that this interface would be as sensitive as Mass Effect, but it's not. Selecting what you want is easy.
- The missions are well balanced and are not necessarily harder than C&C3. The problem - as usual - is not with the game difficulty, but with selecting the controls as fast as with a mouse. I don't know if difficulty has been toned a little for this XBox 360 version, but it's manageable.
- This is an expansion pack, but doesn't require the other game to play it. Missions start similarly to C&C3, without having the entire Tech Tree available from the early missions. This will help out people that never played this before, as will give them a chance to learn the game. There is also a Boot Camp section - but it's too basic. SPOILER ALERT: Skipping the Boot Camp unlocks an achievement.
- C&C games have never been known for deep stories, but this game really has the most confusing one. In the end, you watch the cut scenes for what they are and enjoy what follows after them.
- My favorite faction is GDI and this game only covers NOD. However - again, the good thing is that the missions bring the best out of what NOD can do, so this works out pretty good in the end.
Bottom line: If you like C&C games, you will like this one too. Until Red Alert 3 is released, there is enough material here to keep you busy, from Multiplayer, to Skirmish and Kane's Challenge matches. If you are new to this game, maybe C&C3 would be a better starting point, because it has more missions and more variety. In any case - C&C games continue to be the best RTS offering on consoles.
First off, the campaign is very good in terms of gameplay. You get to do missions varying from shutting down an ion cannon network to activating a cyborg army. I felt like the missions were quite varied and a joy to play (except for the first one, which is way too hard). As for the story, I didn't really know much of what was going on, as the campaign spans over a 20 year period. The difficulty level was very manageable, and is just the way I like it for games: Easy by default, but you can crank up the difficulty if you want. There are also video sequences with real actors before each mission.
In the skirmish mode, you play against computer controlled AI opponents, who have 4 difficulty levels: easy, medium, hard, and brutal. You can also specify what playstyle the computer will use: you can choose from teching up as soon as possible, using fast units to strike unprotected structures, and so forth. One thing I would have liked for this game is the ability to play against the AI with your friends, like you do in StarCraft 2. The units are very well balanced, and the diversity of maps is incredible. CnC3KW adds 6 subfactions to the traditional 3 in tiberium wars, each with their own units, powers, upgrades, etc. . Although the subfactions add a lot of diversity to the game, they also make it confusing at times to tell, say, GDI apart from Steel Talons (unless you look at their vehicles).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great Seller, a smooth transaction. Very nice item & a very happy buyer!!! A++++Published 1 month ago by Debra Duncan
A little hard to choose a faction compared to C&C3 Tiberium Wars. Some really interesting changes like new units and upgrades, but the Super Units are THE BEST!!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I've been looking for a good rts on the console and besides halo wars this is the best one to get. Well, and c&c 3 tiberium wars!Published 12 months ago by Raymundo salazar
This game is good fun with friends and a over all good time if you are looking for a good strategy game.Published 19 months ago by Scott
Command and Conquer 3 Kanes wrath Is in my opinion the best RTS for consoles.
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