Reviews for Command and Conquer Ultimate Edition (NA)
Endless Hours of funeznx89 | Aug. 23, 2015 | See all eznx89's reviews »
Since the first Command and Conquer came out I have been an avid follower of the series and of the former Westwood Studios. These games are truly fantastic, and to this day, I find the story lines satisfying and full of replay ability. I only wish that the game Emperor: Battle for Dune by the former Westwood Studies was republished along with Dune 2000. Those games are just as fantastic and engrossing! Only complaint, Command and Conquer 4 was a disaster of game and an insult to the series. This of course, did not happen until after EA purchased Westwood Studies and the genre. Overall, this is a fantastic deal!!
Worth It!PoooBah | Aug. 29, 2013 | See all PoooBah's reviews »
I played many of the command and conquer games in my younger years. Having all of the games available for download is really convenient. For this price, you would only be able to buy one or two of the games, so it's a really great price (17 games!). So far on windows 8, there have been no problems. I haven't had to change any settings or do anything other than simply running the game. It comes with the newer titles in the series too!!
Too cheap to not buySmindy | Aug. 17, 2013 | See all Smindy's reviews »
Having grown up with C&C games, this pack was just what I needed to rekindle my childhood. Some of the older ones didn't age the greatest, but for this price and the amount of games you get with it, it's a definite buy.
2nd Generation Compilation.Commander_Rylak | Aug. 13, 2013 | See all Commander_Rylak's reviews »
I have been a Command & Conquer fan since it's inception back in the 90's. Everything from the original to the latest fare being Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight is included in this compilation. Sole Survivor was Westwood Studios only failure and is not part of the package. In this iteration some tweaks we're made to the codebase to allow the games to run a bit better on newer operating systems as well as some minor tweaks for multiplayer capability using a third party service. I'm not going to lie, they could have done much better and should have done much more to all the titles bearing an Ultimate collection name. However it is what it is and it is worth $9.99 in my opinion. But if you already own the first generation of these, than your not really missing much save for the few compatibility tweaks here and there.
Every C&C gameafipanic | May 16, 2013 | See all afipanic's reviews »
It is wonderful having all the games in one place. They all perform well, and if you are a fan of these games then this is for you. Some of the games show their age not being able to go to higher resolutions, and EA has done nothing update those that fall under that category. But do not let that stop you from enjoying them for the first time or again! C&C 4 REQUIRE you to be online to play, which is of course, EA's hand in the pot. There for the score takes a bit of a hit for that. Hours and hours and hours of C&C fun for such little $. Buy.