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  1. October is definitely "Red October". Did you know that four of the five Red Alert games that have been made were released during the month of October? The original Red Alert on 31/10/1996, Red Alert 2 on 26/10/2000, Yuri’s Revenge on 12/10/2001, Red Alert 3 on 28/10/2008 (US) and 30/10/2008 (EU). The exception is of course Red Alert 3: Uprising, that was released in March 2009. For this update we are here to recognise the 6th anniversary of Red Alert 3. There was a big 7 year gap between Red Alert 2 and Red Alert 3, when EA announced the game the community was excited, but many were sceptical about what the EALA team could deliver. EA poured a lot into the development of this game, revealing an all star live action cast, and don't forget the massive marketing campaigns. Bringing back Frank Klepacki to work on the soundtrack was something that felt truly special for all C&C fans. They even got me on a plane to fly over to Los Angeles, visit EALA and play test an alpha build during the Red Alert 3 Community Summit in June 2008. So here we are 6 years later. We can look back on Red Alert 3 as quality Command & Conquer game, high production values, staying true to what Westwood Pacific established in Red Alert 2. However it didn't reach the lofty heights EA expected it would. But how can you not like Red Alert 3 anyway, it gave us this awesome remix..... What are your memories and favourite moments of Red Alert 3? Please share them with us in this news thread.
  2. 11 new concept arts of units from RA3, have been found on artist Wil Panganiban's personal blog. These can all be seen by following this link. Alternatively, more concept art has emerged for RA3, showcasing cut units such as the Mastermind and the Prism Tank, units that were previously available in Red Alert 2 and Yuri's Revenge, alongside new ones. You can see all these other concepts here, over at CNCSaga.
  3. C&C: Online, the new community made and managed online server for Generals, Zero Hour, Tiberium Wars, Kane's Wrath, and Red Alert 3 is now officially up and running. This new service is designed to take over from the GameSpy shutdown that happened on the 30th of June. Read the announcement below to find out how you can start playing on C&C: Online. So head over to the C&C: Online site, download the all important C&C:Online Launcher and get online.
  4. Its well past the 30th of June deadline, but there are reports that the GameSpy servers for Generals & Zero Hour, Tiberium Wars & Kane's Wrath and Red Alert 3 have now been confirmed as offline. But its not the end, because as you know, the replacement has been waiting in the wings. C&C: Online is ready to take over. C&C: Online is a community made and managed online server for Generals, Zero Hour, C&C 3, Kane’s Wrath, and Red Alert 3, allowing you to log in and continue playing online just like you could when GameSpy’s servers were still online. All information about C&C: Online can be found right here.
  5. The C&C 3: Tiberium mod for Red Alert 3 is a recently announced mod that transfers Tiberium Wars to Red Alert 3, taking advantage of the optimised SAGE/RNA engine that Red Alert 3 has. http://www.moddb.com/media/iframe/1097627 Features: Total Red Alert 3 conversion-transformation RA 3 to C&C 3 as close as possible Improved engine (RNA renderer) Remake of Tiberium Wars maps and include them to RA 3 Naval war and water base build support More stable LAN and Online There are plenty of screenshots and extra details on the C&C 3: Tiberium Mod DB page.
  6. C&C: Online has been available for a couple of days now. With that in mind, Sybert, has made this great video tutorial to help people get started and get online with C&C: Online. There is plenty of help availble for C&C: Online. Either via the C&C: Online section here on CNCNZ.com, the C&C: Online site and the support forums.
  7. C&C: Online hasn't launched just yet but its getting there. In the meantime, a new Fair Play and Member Management section has been opened on the Revora Forums. This new section includes a guide that explains How to claim your old nick name(s). This appears to be a rather important transitional step for the likes of Tiberium Wars, Kane's Wrath and Red Alert 3, as you will not be able to use your old nick names until they have been verified that you own them. Once you have signed up for a Revora account, go to this forum at Revora and make your claim. Visit the new C&C: Online page here at CNCNZ.com for more details about the new community-driven GameSpy replacement.
  8. We have had a few teasers, and people have had many questions, and now we have been given the all clear to announce C&C: Online, the new community based initiative to prolong the online life of your favourite Command & Conquer games. So please read the following announcement below, it explains everything and it should give you an idea of how it will work. So as you can see this is a community based initiative to replace GameSpy. You can check out more on the C&C:Online forum at Revora.
  9. This is just another quick teaser to say that you can expect more details coming soon about C&C: Online, the new community based initiative to replace GameSpy and prolong the online life of your favourite Command & Conquer games. We originally revealed this news last weekend, while I can't post all the information right now, its just not at that stage yet. I can tell you that progress has been made and its looking really promising. There is still a lot to be done with the ambitious new project. So keep checking back for the big announcement of this exciting new development for the C&C Community.
  10. C&C: Online is a new community based initiative to prolong the online life of your favourite Command & Conquer games. While we can't give you all the details just yet but we can at least say good things are happening. We will have more news about this exciting community development soon.
  11. All Command & Conquer games on Origin have been reduced in price by 70% in the recently started Player Appreciation Sale. Some real bargains here. Command & Conquer 4 Tiberian Twilight - $7.49 Command & Conquer Red Alert 3 - $7.49 Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Uprising - $7.49 Command & Conquer 3: Kane’s Wrath - $5.99 Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars - $4.49 Command & Conquer The Ultimate Collection - $34.99 (Not part of sale) All prices shown here are in New Zealand dollars, prices will vary depending on your location. Click here for the list of Command & Conquer games or check out the full sale.
  12. Just a couple of days ago, EA issued a status update about the closure of the GameSpy multiplayer servers for many of their games. These servers are closing at the end of June. Apparently EA are currently exploring all possible options to continue multiplayer services for many popular games, Command & Conquer included. The full list of games impacted by the change can be seen on the EA Online Services Updates page.
  13. Its amazing what people do with Minecraft these days. Here's a video of the "Soviet March" song from Red Alert 3 recreated with command blocks in Minecraft. Thanks to CNC Minecraft for the tip.
  14. The console exclusive, Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Commander's Challenge has been reduced in price as part of the May Madness sale on the PlayStation Network Store, announced by PlayStation Europe today. NZ$9.45 AU$7.35 £3.99 €4.99 The sale runs until the 5th of June. Pricing may vary depending on your region. If your interested in the full sale follow this link.
  15. It was announced last month that hundreds of video games, including those made by Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Gearbox, Nintendo, Konami, Capcom and more, may be taken off-line as GameSpy's multiplayer servers shut down on the 31st of May. What this means is the multiplayer services for the games listed below will no longer function. Games Effected Command & Conquer Generals Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath Red Alert 3 From what we understand, Electronic Arts says it is working to transition old multiplayer games away from the soon-to-be-defunct GameSpy network backend, but some hurdles remain. And that's basically all we know at this stage, there have been no further announcements from EA. It may be a case of the community seeking alternatives such as Hamachi, Tunngle, GameRanger and Evolve in order to continue to play these games online.
  16. http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/04/03/gamespy-multiplayer-shutting-down-hundreds-of-games-at-risk For C&C, this means the closure of servers for Generals, Zero Hour, Tiberium Wars, Kane's Wrath and Red Alert 3 (not sure who holds Tiberian Twilight) unless an urgent server move is made. Seeing how so many games are hosted on the same server platforms, that'll be quite a job.
  17. For the past couple of days we have been asking fans to share a photo or photos of their Command & Conquer collections on our Facebook page. All of the games, T-Shirts and other memorabilia you have amassed over the years. We know there are many long time fans of the franchise so now we want you to show us. Show us how dedicated you are. We have already shared many of the photos from other Command & Conquer fans on the CNCNZ.com Facebook page for others see. Its proven rather popular so far. Head over there and check them out. If you have a collection you would like to share post it on our Facebook page, or just as a reply in this news thread. I'm now wondering if we can get any of the CNCNZ.com team to share their collection?
  18. Two days after its predecessor became 13 years old, Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 marks the fifth anniversary of its North American release today. Released by EA Los Angeles on 28 October 2008 in North America and 30 October 2008 in Europe, Red Alert 3 found the Soviet Union in disarray following the events of the Post-War Crisis, giving them no choice but to use the time machine to kill the person responsible for their enemy's advantage - Albert Einstein. Returning to their own time, the Soviet time travellers found themselves in a sandwich between the Allies and the newly formed Empire of the Rising Sun. Red Alert 3 had 7 missions for each side (21 in total), having the shortest single-player campaign in the series if we do not count the expansions. It featured many Hollywood stars who were not wholeheartedly accepted by the community, but the game's main advantage was its fast-paced and varied multiplayer gameplay. Hence, the game's server is still full of players and tournaments are being held, with the latest one being a celebration of today's anniversary. Although significantly more complex to modify than its predecessor, its modding community is not negligible nevertheless. Share your opinions and memories on Red Alert 3 in this thread.
  19. The CNC Minecraft team has released a new Red Alert 3 texture pack for the tremendously popular Minecraft. It's approximately 90% complete, but there are still some items that need to be finished, like armour. All of the blocks have been done, though. This texture pack will be updated when Minecraft 1.7 is released. Visit the CNC Minecraft site for the download.
  20. On October 28th, Red Alert 3 will have the 5-year anniversary of its North American release. GameReplays.org will be hosting three tournaments during the month of October to celebrate this: a 3v3 one on the 13th, a 2v2 one on the 20th and a 1v1 one on the 27th. They will all start at 14:00 GMT. All first places will receive a cash prize or a year's GameReplays subscription if the money cannot be transferred, but cash will only be involved if a certain team or player number has been reached. For more information, registration links and rules, click here.
  21. Ykudza from CNCSaga.ru has found four new concepts of the interface for Red Alert 3. The final RA3 interface is significantly different from the variant pictured in this images. Additionally, there is the presence of a "Capture the Flag" mode, which implies it may have been on the cutting room floor during Red Alert 3's development. Click here to see the other images.
  22. YkudzA from CnCSaga.ru has noticed two never before seen pieces of Red Alert 3 concept art on the website of Feng Zhu, one of the former EALA concept artists. These show the European and Soviet Destroyers, but what is more interesting is that they have timestamps from 2005! This find gives Mark Skaggs' announcement from 2004 some background.
  23. The Xbox 360 version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 is just $5 US dollars right now on the Xbox Live Marketplace, well it's really $4.99 to be exact. That's a great deal for a game that offers a lot of content. Click here to sign in and download it directly to your Xbox 360.
  24. Command & Conquer is once again on sale on Steam as part of the holiday sale! The offer ends on January 5th, so you have enough time to purchase that title you're missing. The price tags for Europe are as follows: ' rel='lightbox'>http://i.imgur.com/3OXtd.png Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars: 7,49 € Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath: 7,49 € Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3: 9,99 € Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 Uprising: 4,99 € Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight: 12,49 € Red Alert 3 is also a candidate for reducing the price for 75%! Vote for it on the main Steampowered page.
  25. Gina Carano, known to Command & Conquer fans for portraying Natasha in Red Alert 3, is set to join the cast of the all female planned Expendables movie. Click here for the original article.