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Behind C&C’s Iron Curtain

By Alec Meer on July 21st, 2008.

I’m faintly surprised to discover that the recent Command & Conquer 3 expansion, Kane’s Wrath, was not developed by the folks behind the love-it-or-meh-it parent game. KW was definitely a lesser product than its surprisingly splendid daddy, most especially in its humdrum campaign, plus I hear it was fairly heavy on bugs and imbalances (the latter being the reddest of rags to RTS Angries). But as it chronicled Kane’s most recent resurrection and continued the tale beyond C&C3, it was an important chapter in C&C’s convoluted, comical lore – so surely it needed Tiberium old-hands at the till? Apparently not.
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