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Command Conquer - Remastered Collection [FitG...

At $20 for the entire collection, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection offers plenty of bang for you buck. Not only do you get both Tiberium Sun and Red Alert with remastered audio, music, graphics, and some smart quality-of-life updates, the bundle includes all the expansions, the special missions from the console editions, deleted scenes and bonus footage, and a much revamped multiplayer interface.

Command Conquer - Remastered Collection [FitG...

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2020 marks the 25th Anniversary of the original Command & Conquer's release and in June the Command & Conquer: Remastered Collection became available on Origin and Steam. This collection doesn't only include a remastered version of the original Command & Conquer but a remastered version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert and all the expansions for these two games as well. Both Command & Conquer and Command & Conquer: Red Alert have been revamped with higher resolution 4K visuals but you can always switch back and forth between the updated graphics and the original pixelated graphics in real-time. The games also have rebuilt multiplayer clients, enhanced user interfaces (including the ability to use a modern RTS controls scheme), bonus galleries featuring unused footage, mod support, map editors and, last but not least, a redone soundtrack by Frank Klepacki and the Tiberian Sons featuring live music as well as remasters of the original tracks.

Command & Conquer and Red Alert are up there amongst my favourite games of all time, so when I first heard that remastered versions of both games were in development, I pre-ordered a copy of the collection as soon as it became available on Origin. I didn't buy the collection on Steam since I wasn't sure if the Steam version would run through Origin anyway so to avoid a digital distribution platform Inception scenario, I decided to go straight to the source.

From the very first time you boot up the remastered Command & Conquer, you know that the guys behind this collection get it. A cute remastered version of the original DOS installer for Command & Conquer opens the game, which as some may remember, was set in-universe, with 3D graphics and neon-green grid lines, as if your computer was being upgraded by the military to become a command center. The new version adds a few cheeky touches, like bypassing all the SoundBlaster drivers in favour of high definition audio, and tuning your resolution all the way from 320240 to 4K. It sets the tone for what really is a loving compilation.

Seeing every scrap of music from C&C and Red Alert packaged up and remastered is easily the best thing about this collection, and I hope EA releases them separately (someone's bound to just rip them and put them on YouTube, anyway). The collection includes the original versions alongside the remasters, and listening to both versions back-to-back makes it obvious how much better the new tracks sound. They're much clearer and cleaner. You can easily distinguish between different instruments, and they really shine in a way they don't in the old tracks.

The C&C Remastered collection includes Command & Conquer and Red Alert, both remastered in 4K by former Westwood Studios team members. The collection includes all three expansions, rebuilt multiplayer, a modernized UI, map editor, bonus footage gallery, and over seven hours of remastered music. The awesomely campy cut scene videos are upgraded, and still have the overacting that I recall from the original game. 041b061a72


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