Pros Quick gameplay, intense battles
Cons Less Build-able units
Summary The game is great especially if you're a C&C or an old Westwood fan! The way I played each game is pretty intense--the enemy attacks so quickly that I was most of the time unable to recover. There is a small learning curve to this game, but that won't hinder determined players.
Some of you might find it frustrating that in C&C 3, you can only build a few tanks (especially in GDI). A few units make your choices very limited. Structure-wise, there aren't much to build either. Also, most C&C or Red Alert players would still recall the SuperWeapons that were used which is similar to some C&C 3 "Super Weapons".
But that is compensated in the various factions available for play.
The CONTROLS are great, but you just need to get past that learning curve, and everything is smooth sailing.
I give it a 7/10. It doesn't deserve an 8/10.
"Best RTS on 360"on by aronhalt1
Pros Awesome, endless, Online Play
Cons Nothing really
Summary I've played this game more than any other 360 game. I love this genre and I'm glad that they have revived one of my all time favorites for my big screen TV! Controls work almost as well as a mouse once you get used to it. The campaign is ok...just like the others, you don't play this for the campaign, the fun is in the online.
You will get addicted to online play. I've logged something like 400 games and each match is about 45 minutes. There are just enough maps to make it interesting, and not some many that you can't memorize them (this is key to winning). The factions are almost balanced...each can win if played a certain way. You will find that your style will make you favor one of the three. For example, if you rush...NOD, if you build a large force and then steam roll the opponent...GDI. Each faction has plenty of defenses to guard against the careless rusher if you pay attention and keep an eye out for the opponent.
Can't say enough good things about this game.
Please make more!
Pros Great gameplay for the X-Box 360
Cons None to think of
Pros Great Graphics
Cons AI moves starts too fast
Summary I remember playing the first two C&C for month. After installing this one I played it for about 2 days before I shelved it. The learning curve associated with the game was just didn’t interest me enough to keep playing. As with the last post I would get attacked so fast I would never recover. Something about it just didn’t hold my attention. After I uninstalled it actually gave me an inkling to install the old version and play it. I’ve been playing Red Alert as well as blizzards Starcraft lately. Go figure I find the older games more fun.