5 Best Command & Conquer Games in History!

Gamers in the '90s must have known the Command & Conquer franchise, RTS game or Real-Time Strategy which at that time was successful in attracting Indonesian gamers and decorating the internet cafe. But not all Command & Conquer games sell well on the market and only a few successful ones are still played today.


Now in order to commemorate its 25th birthday, this RTS game is reportedly coming back to surprise its fans. Now while waiting for the latest news, the Games World will invite you to know some of the best Command & Conquer games ever released. Anything? Let's look at the following.

5. Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun (1997)

Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun became the first RTS game developed by Westwood Studios and was successfully received by gamers. The reason is, after the developer was bought by EA, the Command & Conquer franchise got a massive overhaul and made the conspiracy cutscene scene become attached to this franchise.

In this game, you will feel the thrill of fighting between two GDI and Nod military organizations fighting over valuable alien crystals named Tiberium. By presenting balanced gameplay and neat graphics in its time, Tiberian Sun was sold amazingly. Especially with the music made by Frank Klepacki making this RTS game have the best soundtrack at that time.

4. Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 (2000)

Command & Conquer: The first Red Alert is indeed the beginning of an alternative historical story if the Cold War between the Western Bloc and the Eastern Bloc erupts. Unfortunately, the first game got less attention, until finally, Westwood Studios made its sequel by making significant improvements and improvements; especially in the gameplay and cutscene.

Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 became a successful RTS game in 2000, allowing you to feel more brutal battles through single-player and multiplayer modes via LAN. Through this game, the Hell March song made by Frank Klepacki also succeeded in becoming a song that is remembered by many people.

3. Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge (2001)

Success with Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2, Westwood Studios created an expansion pack titled Yuri's Revenge that provides additional stories and content.

Yuri's Revenge itself tells the story of Yuri, the former head of the Soviet Psychological Corps who planned to take control of the world with mind control abilities. The presence of this content also managed to make Red Alert 2 fans curious, so many gamers are willing to spend more money to buy the standalone version. Not only control the troops led by Yuri, but you can also control the Yuri itself and use the power it has.

2. Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (2008)

Over time, Westwood Studios changed its name to EA Los Angeles. Through his new studio, EA finally developed Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 which is the successor to Red Alert 2.

This third title emphasizes Japan's presence as a new enemy for the Soviet Union and the Allies. Japan, which emerged as the Empire of the Rising Sun, has an important role in trying to control the world with its unique technology. In this game you can also feel each army has special abilities that make gameplay more interesting.

1. Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 Uprising (2009)

Success with Red Alert 3, EA finally released an expansion called Uprising, where in this expansion there are four mini campaigns that you can play. This mini-campaign focuses on the battle between the Soviet Union and the Allies, the Allies with the invaders, Japan and the Soviet Union, and finally tells the psychic Yuriko Omega who is trying to uncover the mystery behind the Japanese forces.

Not only that, in this expansion also get some new units that can be used, of course all of these units can be used in online or offline multiplayer mode. The success of this expansion not only enjoys exciting gameplay and cutscene, but also the soundtrack that was re-created by Frank Klepacki.