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Back in February, GVMERS posted a video that looked at what happened to the cancelled Tiberium FPS. Today, they have new Command & Conquer video that dives into the entire franchise. The Command & Conquer franchise helped shape the identity of RTS games during the 1990's and would influence the designs of countless similar strategy titles in later years. Even though the franchise ended with a whimper instead of a bang, it managed to create an indelible impact on the history of videogames. Join the team from GVMERS as they take a look at the rise and fall of Command & Conquer.
Does anyone have any details about the save game format for Tiberian Sun? From a brief look it has an outer container that's loosely based on the FAT file-system, with file names such as:
Root Entry, SummaryInformation, Scenario Description, Player House, Version, Internal Version, Start Time, Last Save Time, Play Time, Executable Name, Player Name, Player Name2, Scenario Number, Campaign, GameType, CONTENTS Some really wide Google searches around these various terms doesn't bring up anything of relevance. In all the years since it was released, has no-one made any progress with this?
More than happy to carry on poking around to break out more details, but I don't want to be duplicating someone else's effort.
Any insights appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Here I uploaded the language files for Tiberian Sun patched to version 2.03 and its expansion pack Firestorm
English: Download English Audio/Video: Download German: Download German Audio/Video: Download French: Download French Audio/Video: Download Spanish: Download Spanish Audio/Video: Download Expansion pack Firestorm:
English: Download English Audio/Video: Download German: Download German Audio/Video: Download French: Download French Audio/Video: Download Enjoy!
Long time visitors know that Mondays around here are C&C Music Mondays. And this week our pick comes from the Red Alert 2 soundtrack. It's "Power". Part techno, part rock. And one of my favourites. It's clear that Frank Klepacki did some amazing work on the Red Alert 2 soundtrack. As always, don't forget to share this on social media using the hash tags #CnCMusicMonday and #MusicMonday.