Plokite_Wolf

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  • Birthday 05/05/95

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  1. In this week's Throwback Thursday feature, we look back at the Global Conquest mode from the PC version of C&C 3: Kane's Wrath. Advertised as "Risk on steroids" (David Silverman, 2008), it involved the game's three main factions randomly placed on the globe, each trying to achieve their own goals - cover one third of the planet under your influence for GDI, generate unrest in 24 cities for Nod, build 9 Threshold towers for the Scrin, or just eradicate all enemies the good old-fashioned way. The metagame on the world map was turn-based, with the ability to build, upgrade and destroy bases and task forces, even giving players the ability to make up their own task forces. This mode seems to have been largely influenced by the War of the Ring mode from EALA's Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II. Remember, you can click on the preview to see a larger and more detailed image. Don't forget to check out the Throwback Thursdays archives if you've missed a week. Check back again next Thursday for another Throwback. Send in your ideas for future instalments. We also encourage you to share this on social media using the hash tags #ThrowbackThursday, #CnCTBT and #CNCNZTBT.
  2. You're not supposed to do that.
  3. Isn't every corrupt twat who calls himself a politician?
  4. We've just expanded our Technical Support & Help Guides section the other day, with installation/compatibility guides for all C&C games. Since you're using The First Decade, this is the guide you should take a look at: Fully Updating The First Decade
  5. Take-Two did it, not Rockstar.
  6. Hm, strange, now I'm experiencing this as well. Not sure if it happened before. Just tried opening your profile, it needed about 15-20 seconds to do so!
  7. Still the same on my end. What, you don't find a directly playable video useful?
  8. The CNCNZ.com Service Depot, our section of Technical Support & Help Guides, has been expanded! With the tendency of newer operating systems to break older games and the ever-rising need for manual workarounds, we now offer guides to install every Command & Conquer game for the PC, from the venerable Command & Conquer for the DOS to C&C 4: Tiberian Twilight, across different releases where applicable (retail, The First Decade, Steam, Origin...), as well as full guides for The First Decade and The Ultimate Collection. But that's not all: we've also included guides on how to run mods for Tiberium Wars, Kane's Wrath and Red Alert 3 for those trying them out for the first time (or just need a refresher), as well as how to install DirectX 9.0c and bypass the blocking of the SafeDisc driver. If you think the guides are insufficiently explained, or if you've found a more efficient way of getting the games to run, send a message to Plokite_Wolf or Zee Hypnotist. It's time to play the game(s), commanders, and now you have the means of doing so!
  9. Whoa! I'm... just stumped.
  10. Björk - Army Of Me [1995] A heavy, but catchy song by Björk, the best-known Icelandic musician and probably the most-WTF'd artist in modern music history. Alternate link for UK residents.
  11. Fantasy General is free for the next 42 hours on GOG.com: https://www.gog.com/
  12. Sadly, it is.
  13. CNCNZ.com

    Didn't say it isn't, in fact I'm admin in the C&C:Online Discord server. However, this same website has the sadly ignored Community News subforum where people can promote their work already, and the forums themselves receive little activity nowadays. Also, I fear that if we move to Discord, what little remains of our chit-chat will vanish and move to a less future-proof service because some people will find Discord more "cunviniunt". Communities that are more active than ours surely benefit from Discord servers, but I can't anticipate the same for us.
  14. Turns out Adam Isgreen, former Westwood Studios employee, is the creative director at Microsoft Studios!
  15. It takes several seconds (about 10) to load that page, and I have AdBlock installed. Their forceful login makes me uneasy.