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Revisiting Command & Conquer Tiberian Sun

A compelling 1999 real-time strategy game with unconventional warfare in a gritty apocalypse

Command and Conquer set the RTS (real-time strategy) genre on fire when it first came out, introducing mechanics that paved the way for contemporaries to dive in. This meant that its sequel




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