Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun
Genre Strategy -> RTS
Today's Rank 14842
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Publisher Electronic Arts
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Publisher Electronic Arts
North America Retail Box ArtThis strategy game pits the militaristic forces of the Global Defense Initiative against the Brotherhood of Nod, an equally well-armed religious order. Players may play either side as the factions fight to control an ecologically ravaged Earth. The key to winning is tiberium, a plant that serves as raw material for weapons and factories. Controlling this powerful fuel source allows you to generate funds, raise armies, and fend off destruction. Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun is a simple combat simulator that allows the player to gather resources, turn them into soldiers, and unleash them against the foe. The game runs in real time, so events can turn against you quickly, but if one is cautious and observant, the battles are not too hard to win. Though their missions are different, the two sides are essentially interchangeable, with identical military discipline and similar battle units. Though the Brotherhood of Nod has fascist trappings and is obviously the villain, there is no significant difference in playing one side or the other. The game also lacks female battle units, though it features a few women in interstitial sequences. Despite these weaknesses, Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun is thoroughly entertaining and will satisfy anyone who enjoys building an army from the ground up and testing it on the battlefield. --Alyx Dellamonica
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