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All replays for the league are uploaded to Jazz_KCS' file server. File server status thread. The tables are updated shortly after the end of each round.
Also see: Season 3, The Rulebook and Public Registration (closed for Season 3)
Live updated Fixtures and Results, Season 3
Recruit Division Alpha
Recruit Division Beta
Post-Season Feedback and Discussion thread for Season 2
All inquiries and official league business are conducted through email@example.com, currently mananged by Jazz_KCS and SoScared.
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The RAGL has grown significantly since, with full divisions and over $800 worth of prize money for Season 2 alone. This season represents OpenRA's most dedicated players, scaled in skill level across 4 divisions with the upper two divisions looking scary good after a few seasons of promotions and relegations.
All matches are easily accessible through our file server at http://64h.mine.nu:5534/mIRROR/ora_replays/ to which if you've installed OpenRA, the replay file will launch the client automatically!
The RA Global League runs two event each year, one in spring and one in the fall. Beyond Season 3 (this spring) the competitive event is looking to promote itself thoroughly now that the format is stabilizing and has proven it will run smooth regardless of the number of participants and overall scope of the league setup.
To get a glimpse of what some of these high competitive matches look like, look no further than the RA Global League's two-times Champion FiveAces' own YouTube shoutcast channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CovertFlobert
We're looking to raise awareness of this competition and will welcome any discussion, feedback and criticism from the CNCNZ community which above all else value the core of what represents Command & Conquer.
For this week's instalment of C&C Music Monday we are going all the back to the soundtrack for the original Command & Conquer. The selection is "Iron Fist". Another rock/techno classic from Frank Klepacki. Remember, don't forget to share this on social media using the hash tags #CnCMusicMonday and #MusicMonday.
In this week's Throwback Thursday, we go way, way back to the development time of the original Command & Conquer, to the year 1994. The screenshot you see has a special spot in the C&C history for two reasons. Firstly, it was made as test footage for Westwood Studios' proprietary VQA video format, which was made to accomodate their desire to bring numerous cutscenes in the game, for which concurrent video formats were not satisfactory. Secondly, it is tied to the one real way how Joe Kucan got the role of Kane - as he was a Westwood employee (who worked on the Legend of Kyrandia series with voice acting and voiceover direction), he was asked to play the role of a villain in the VQA test footage. The staff liked his performance and gave him the role of Nod's leader, Kane. The video footage can be seen in the game's
at 1:38, but sadly without the audio. Westwood was proud of this achievement, and a scene from the " " sketch from 2001 was shot in front of a printed version of the above screenshot.
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.
As part of their Retro Gaming Blog, the Arcade Attack recently posted a new interview with Command & Conquer music legend, Frank Klepacki. The interview covers how Frank began his career in the gaming industry and discusses his work on the Command & Conquer soundtracks and other games he has worked in the years since. Here's part of it....
Check out the full interview right here.