Tag Archives: command & conquer red alert 3
Thu, Sep 22, 2011 | 12:46 BST
It’s that time again – here’s the news that wasn’t big enough for its own story, but is big enough for you to care about! Read.
Thu, Jun 25, 2009 | 14:50 BST
Fri, Mar 20, 2009 | 08:39 GMT
EA’s released the Red Alert 3 PS3 demo, as confirmed on the PS Blog.
The teaser contains two campaign missions and a tutorial.
Get full details through the link.
Fri, Feb 13, 2009 | 11:09 GMT
We don’t care what you say: Red Alert 3 is the best-looking strategy game ever made, and a trailer released this morning of the upcoming Uprising expansion does nothing to damage our view. Watch it after the break.
The pack includes tons of new challenges and lots more video. Which means more Gemma. And that can only be a good thing.
Uprising releases for PC on March 31.
Sun, Feb 08, 2009 | 11:17 GMT
A Mac version of Red Alert 3′s been confirmed, according to this Yahoo! piece.
It’s Sunday, OK? Some of you must have Macs. It’s a statistical probability, at least.
It’s out in March. Try to contain yourselves.
Tue, Jan 27, 2009 | 18:32 GMT
EA has announced that the upcoming Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 expansion pack will get a few new cast members.
Gemma Atkinson and Ivana Milicevic are joined by newcomers Jamie Chung, wrestler Ric Flair, Malcolm McDowell, Jodi Lyn O’Keefe and Holly Valance.
“When I found out that EA wanted me to be part of Command & Conquer, all I could say was ‘Woooooooooooo!’” said world heavyweight champion, Ric Flair.
He used to say that all the time back in 1990.
The expansion pack will be available in March.
Update: Take a look at the new batch of cast members below.
By Mike Bowden
Fri, Jul 11, 2008 | 09:59 BST
EA has just announced a giant line-up for Holiday 2008, and it’s hard to be unimpressed. There is, quite fairly, something for everyone. Big boss John agrees.
“EA’s 2008 lineup is our best ever,” said EA head John Riccitiello. “This is the year that our core franchises leap forward with stunning innovation and we introduce more brand new games than any other year in our history. Sports lovers will compete in an all new holographic mode in Madden NFL 09 and experience the online evolution of their players in NBA LIVE 09. Action fans will be able to destroy everything in sight in Mercenaries 2 and be scared witless in our new Sci-Fi horror title Dead Space. We’ve got casual family titles like Hasbro’s Littlest Pet Shop and genre-defying experiences like Mirror’s Edge and Spore. EA has never offered consumers a stronger, more innovative and diverse line up of new games.”
It’s all after the link. There’s nothing there you don’t already know about, but seeing it all in one place is something else.
Wed, Mar 19, 2008 | 15:07 GMT
Says so here. The anticipated strategy sequel has been TBA until now. There’s also a snippet there that “super-commando” Tanya’s back in the game.
“Tanya’s back and better than ever,” said producer Chris Corry. “As probably the most beloved character from this series, you can trust we’re staying true to the Tanya of old while giving her some new toys to play with. For example she has a Time Belt ability that, when triggered by the player, will warp her back to the state (location and health) that she was in a few seconds prior.”
Tue, Mar 18, 2008 | 07:44 GMT
Speaking here, Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 producer Chris Corry has promised that you’re going to need your sea legs if you’re going to make the most of the upcoming RTS.
“We’ve never gotten navy exactly right in a game before – I don’t know that any RTS really has,” he said. “In the past, most RTS games have kept naval game play at arm’s length and treated it as a minor, purely peripheral experience. This time around we’re bringing naval game play into the heart of the game design, making it a first-class partner with the land and air game. The player that can master the seas will master the world of Red Alert 3.”
The game’s releasing on PS3, 360 and PC, but the latter is the focus.
“The development of Red Alert 3 is being led on the PC, as all of our RTS projects are out of EALA,” Corry said. “The RTS genre, and Command & Conquer in particular, was born on the PC, and that’s where you’ll find the full expression of the genre’s potential. The team is focused on making a great PC RTS as its foremost goal.”
No release date yet. Read the rest through the link.
Thu, Feb 14, 2008 | 16:01 GMT
Wed, Feb 13, 2008 | 21:55 GMT
See here. This is the announcement EA LA said it was holding on to last week. There are no details as yet, but PC Gamer’s strap is “Glorious strategic Soviet victory in the Red Alert universe” and has a picture of a pouting women in hot pants holding an oversized AK47, which is far better than knowing anything about the game. The US mag’s out on March 4.