command & conquer remastered

  • Command & Conquer™ Remastered Collection

    Command & Conquer™ Remastered Collection

    Info

    Entwickler
    • Petroglyph
    Genres
    • Strategie
    Plattformen
    • Windows

    Beschreibung

    Command & Conquer und Alarmstufe Rot haben das Genre der Echtzeitstrategie vor 25 Jahren definiert und werden von ehemaligen Mitarbeitern der Westwood Studios bei Petroglyph Games in 4K remastert. Enthält alle 3 Erweiterungspacks, einen überarbeiteten Multiplayer-Modus, eine modernisierte Oberfläche, einen Karten-Editor, eine Bonus Videogalerie mit unveröffentlichtem FMV-Material sowie über 7 Stunden der legendären, neu gemasterten Musik von Frank Klepacki. Willkommen zurück, Commander.


    NEUE UND REMASTERED-FEATURES

    • Grafikwechsel – Wechsle im Solo-Modus in Echtzeit zwischen der Original- und der 4K-Grafik der Remastered-Version.
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    • Bonusgalerie – Enthält mehr als 4 Stunden Schnittmaterial, Making-of-Fotos und unveröffentlichte Musiktracks.
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    • Musik – Genieße mehr als 7 Stunden neu gemasterte Musik, darunter 20 live eingespielte Songs des Originalkomponisten Frank Klepacki und der Tiberian Sons.
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    • Mod-Unterstützung — Erstelle, teile und spiele Mods mit dem Steam Workshop.

    • Videosequenzen – Erlebe mehrere Stunden optimierte Video-Zwischensequenzen.

    • Erweitertes Seitenmenü – Das überarbeitete Seitenmenü bietet einen modernen Ansatz mit weniger Scrolling.

    • Jukebox – Individualisiere deinen gesamten Soundtrack mittels der erweiterten Jukebox mit Playlist-Unterstützung.

    • Eigenes-Spiel-Lobbys – Hoste Spiele oder tritt Lobbys für individualisierte Spiele bei, um Spielregeln, Teams und Karten selbst zu bestimmen.

    • Arbeite dich nach oben – Spiele 1-gegen-1-Quickmatch und kämpfe dich an die Spitze der Bestenliste.

    • Erlebe die gesamte Action – Verpasse dank Replays und Zuschauer-Modus nicht eine Sekunde der Action.

    • Von Konsole auf PC – Spiele die Original-Konsolenmissionen jetzt auf PC.

    • Konsolen-Zwischensequenzen – Genieße die Konsolen-Zwischensequenzen mit dem bei den Fans beliebten General Carville jetzt auf PC.

    • Karten – Kontrolliere das Terrain mit dem für die Origin- und Steam-Version verfügbaren Karteneditor.

    • Missionsauswahl – Verfolge deine Fortschritte innerhalb der Kampagne im neuen Missionsauswahl-Bildschirm.

    • Kamerazoom i Zoome mit der Kamera zwischen der klassischen DOS- und Gold-Distanz, um das Schlachtfeld besser im Blick zu haben.

    • Gefecht-Modus – Kämpfe im Gefecht-Modus mit anpassbarem Schwierigkeitsgrad gegen die KI. Neu für Tiberiumkonflikt.

    • Anpassbare Hotkeys – Hotkey-Anpassung im Spiel mit Unterstützung des neuen Seitenmenüs.

    • EVA – Dein Kampf-Interface klingt besser denn je! Die Originalsprecherin, Kia Huntzinger, schlüpft erneut in die Rolle von EVA und hat ihren Text für Tiberiumkonflikt in HD neu eingesprochen.

    • Verbesserte Steuerung – Überarbeitete Maussteuerung und Kamerabewegungen, Einheiten-Warteschlangen und Auswahlverbesserungen.

    Zusätzliche Features und Inhalte:
    • Mehr als 100 Kampagnen-Missionen
    • Mehr als 250 Multiplayer-Karten
    • Ingame-Tooltips
    • Zugänglichkeitsfunktionen
    • Schnelles und automatisches Speichern
    • Untertitel für beide Spiele
    • Textlokalisierung auf Französisch, Deutsch, Russisch, Spanisch, Polnisch und vereinfachtem/traditionellen Chinesisch
    • Sprachausgabe auf Englisch, Französisch und Deutsch
    Die Steam-Version enthält:
    • Steam-Erfolge
    • Steam-Freundesliste
    • Steam-Sammelkarten
    • Steam Workshop-Unterstützung für Nutzerkarten
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    Website
    https://www.commandandconquer.com

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    Command & Conquer™ Remastered Collection
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    ThreadStarter by noexcept.de
  • Heute erscheint die Remastered editition von Command & Conquer auf origin und steam.


    Bei Origin ist diese sogaf im Access Premier enthalten, die reguläre Version kostet 19,99 und soll heute um 1900 Uhf veröffentlicht werden....


    Bin da glatt am Überlegen, habe Red Alert damals geliebt....

  • Hat bei Pcgames 8 von 10 Punkten bekommen, soll aber besonders Fans von früher ansprechen, die mit der etwas unkonfortablen Steuerung zurechtkommen.

    Besonders der Multyplayer soll sehr überarbeitet sein......

    Was hat bei Generals danaks dieser "desync" genervt, nachdem nan Stundenlang ne fette Basis gebaut hatte...

  • Nach 90 Minuten in der äh un begrenzten Demo ist der Kauf genehmigt. Eine aktualisierte Installationsroutine (Hurra), die FMV sind zwar aufbereitet aber doch die alten geblieben das ist positiv wie negativ. Die Grafik etwas aufpoliert nicht ganz so gelungen wie bei AoE, aber gut genug. Steuerung ist nen eigenartig Mix aus altem und neuem.

  • Command & Conquer Remastered review: You finally did good, EA

    Command & Conquer Remastered


    The best Command & Conquer release in years.


    Command & Conquer was a series of strategy PC games that pretty much defined the genre. The original title, Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn was developed by Westwood Studios and released in 1995, followed closely by Red Alert, which is set in a different universe but utilizes much of the same mechanics and age-old engine. These games were incredible.


    A full 25 years on, and we've seen not only the development of Command & Conquer on PC come to a grinding halt, but that too of the strategy genre as a whole. You could say EA wants to test the waters with a remaster of the original Command & Conquer games, but I also see it as a tribute to a franchise that so many still hold dear to their hearts today.


    But this is Electronic Arts. The same company that royally fudged the return of Star Wars: Battlefront. Luckily, Command & Conquer Remastered was in good hands with lead producer Jim Vessella working with the fine folk (and ex-Westwood employees) at Petroglyph Games, among others. The end result is something truly spectacular.


    Nostalgic Masterpiece


    Command & Conquer Remastered


    Command & Conquer Remastered



    Bottom line: EA and Petroglyph Games have created something truly incredible for fans of the series and the RTS genre.




    Pros


    • The original RTS games
    • Great UHD graphics
    • Same mechanics and gameplay
    • Modding support
    • Enhanced multiplayer


    Cons


    • No move and attack?


    Returning to the battlefield


    Command & Conquer Remastered


    Command & Conquer is a fairly simple concept. There's a campaign mode with several missions, as well as skirmishes that can be played against the AI or online with other players. The goal is to build up your base with structures, recruit infantry and vehicle units, and destroy the opposition.


    Command & Conquer is still an incredible experience 25 years on.


    The Remastered collection includes both Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert. There are also three expansion packs included; The Covert Operations for Tiberian Dawn, and Counterstrike and Aftermath for Red Alert. EA and its hired muscle invested time in working on 4K visuals, a remastered soundtrack, as well as some quality of life improvements to the gameplay.


    Really, on firing up either title, they can be played as if you've inserted the original disks. Pixelated graphics can be enjoyed in all their glory, taking full advantage of full support in the latest version of Windows 10. The hard work is the result of a collaboration between EA, Petroglyph Games, and Lemon Sky Studios.


    Strategy games are sensitive beasts. The community, especially pro players, are very finicky about changes to their favorite games, and Command & Conquer is no exception. After seeing what happened with Warcraft 3, the team felt compelled to have the community involved with all the improvements that were being implemented. A council was established with modders and players from the C&C community.

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    Old graphics (left) | New graphics (right)


    Some of the features that were added to this original collection include easy graphics switching, allowing one to alter between 4K and the 1990s with nothing but a press of the spacebar. There's also full modding support, with EA releasing the source code as a whole, which should open up the doors for some incredible community-created content.


    There have also been a few improvements to Tiberian Dawn alone, taking cues from Red Alert. We've got a revamped sidebar, which allows for the queuing of unit production. There's also now a skirmish mode, allowing you to battle the AI without hopping into the campaign to replay all the missions for the 99th time.


    System requirements aren't particularly demanding, as they shouldn't be for such basic mechanics compared to more recently released strategy games.

    64-bit Intel or AMD 4GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660

    ATI Radeon HD 7850 32GB

    Minimum
    64-bit Intel or AMD
    4GB
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 420
    ATI Radeon HD 5570
    32GB


    Options-wise, there are numerous to configure. The developer has made it possible to switch some elements between old and new, including health bar visibility, unit queues, and mouse buttons for movement. The best part? There are no microtransactions or in-game purchases here.


    Classic story and gameplay

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    The main storyline for Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn kicks off with a meteorite crash near the river Tiber in Italy in the 1990s. This crash unloads an alien substance that scientists name after the river, Tiberium. This mysterious substance is able to absorb and crystalize metals from the ground, as well as terraform the surroundings.


    Classic Command & Conquer gameplay still holds up today.


    The Brotherhood of Nod is an ancient cult that predicted such an event happening and immediately began investing in extraction processes. Nod eventually controlled almost half of the Tiberium and commenced numerous terrorist campaigns to establish footholds in various nations. The Global Defense Initiative was set up by the United Nations Security Council to combat the cult on all fronts.


    It's possible to play as both Nod and GDI in the campaign and in skirmish matches, allowing you to enjoy the differing strategies available. In Command & Conquer: Red Alert, there's no Tiberium because this spin-off series is set in a different universe, pitting allied nations against the Soviet Union. Like Tiberium Dawn, you can play as Allied or Soviet in the campaign and skirmishes.


    Command & Conquer Remastered

    Yes, Hell March is in the game.


    The gameplay of both games is similar in many ways, but the experience for both is spectacular. Returning to the mid-1990s, where PC strategy games were at the forefront, it's amazing just how well these two games hold up with or without the 4K graphics enabled. The quality of life improvements that were added makes the old feel a little less ... well, old.


    The sidebars have been refreshed, especially in Tiberian Dawn, where you no longer have to scroll for what seems like five years to get to the unit you wish to produce. I also dig the ability to see health bars when units have been damaged instead of only when selected. (As aforementioned, this can be toggled in the settings.)



    Then you have the music. Hell March will always send chills down my spine like it did the first time I heard it 24 years ago. And you can play all the excellent tracks in a custom playlist of your choosing, thanks to the in-game jukebox.


    It's not all perfect. Strategy games (including more recent Command & Conquer entries) have added plenty of additional features and mechanics that aren't present here, and it shows. For instance, there's no way to set a unit to move to a specific point and attack anything along the way. Nor is there a way to set patrols. The pathfinding is still terrible. This may put newcomers off a little.


    Should you buy Command & Conquer Remastered?


    Command & Conquer Remastered


    It's normally difficult for me to get into EA games as-of-late, having been let down with so many franchises (The Sims, SimCity, and Star Wars, just to name a few), but Command & Conquer Remastered is a breath of fresh air. Should you be an old series fan who played the original games like me for hours on end or happen to be new to these classics and want to know where it all started, it's a must buy.


    This classic remaster is the best C&C release we've had in years.


    The improved graphics are welcome, though you can absolutely switch to the original look and feel with a single button press. The quality of life improvements made to both games, particularly Tiberian Dawn, are excellent. However, I would have liked to see such additions like the ability to move units to a location and have them automatically attack anything en-route.



    4.5 out of 5


    Strategy games have come a long way since Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert were released, but the genre has stagnated lately. If EA is testing the waters to see just how well a remaster does in order to gauge interest for a new Command & Conquer PC title, I hope this collection sells like hotcakes. Hopefully, EA takes what it did here and applies that to the next C&C, if we get one. Keep the community involved to help shape the experience.


    For now, I'm more than happy with Command & Conquer Remastered, and any fan of the original games will be too. For those holding out for a similar remaster for Red Alert 2 and Tiberian Sun, I'm right there with you. Just waiting on you, EA.


    Classic RTS


    Command & Conquer Remastered


    Command & Conquer Remastered


    Where the RTS genre began


    Command & Conquer Remastered is an incredible experience. Whether you prefer the Tiberian wars or Red Alert series, you'll find plenty of nostalgia right here.