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Red Alert 3.5: Red Alertier

As sure as the spinning of the Earth, the ageing of a man and the fury of a Metal Gear Solid 4 fan at finding the game isn't at the top of someone's game of the year list, there are expansions for every Command and Conquer game. Red Alert 3 - a game that seemed a little lost in the tidal wave of big Winter releases - is next to get the add-on treatment, with a little number EA are calling Uprising.

It's specifically focused on the single player/co-op modes, by the sound of it - featuring four new mini-campaigns, one of which they're describing as something of a dungeon crawler mode. I.e. it's possibly doing what Dawn of War II is doing. Trends are funny things. Oh, and they're promising an even larger Hollywood cast, which means Kieron and Leigh will probably get to talk about mammaries again. Below the info-hurdle, a snippet of footage and ENTHUSIASTIC SHOUTING NERDY MAN going into more detail about what EA claim is one of the best C&C expansions they've ever made. Given the underwhelming C&C3: Kane's Wrath, that's a bold promise.

Looks like business as usual for Red Alert. Any regular RA3 players here, by the way? It's one of those games we didn't talk much about once it was released, for some reason.

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