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  1. hello, in genesis it states that cain had a son named enoch, his first born. given that a lot of cnc refrences are biblical was it a missed oppertunity of westwood/ea/ea pacific to include a character named enoch? could enoch have been the brotherhood's tactical ai instead of the names cabal or legion? could a character enoch have been nod's usurper like seth or marion? please give me your feed back, i'd love to hear your opinions thanks, also this post was directed for the tiberium series in general but i could find a good category so i decided to post it here, sorry if i slipped up
  2. For Throwback Thursday this week its a combination of featuring famous actors in Command & Conquer games, and it ties in with the recent 20th anniversary of Command & Conquer. We are looking back at Joe Kucan as the one and only Kane. From every game Command & Conquer game he has appeared in. Beginning in 1995 through to his last appearance in 2010, a 15 year span. It's easy to see the man has hardly changed at all. Joe Kucan has been inducted into the Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2008 as the longest recurring actor in any video game franchise to date for his portrayal of Kane. For many years people have asked Joe how he got the role of Kane and he always gave a humorous reply, as if to dodge the question. But if you want know the real story about how Joe Kucan got the role of Kane, watch this video. Its the one and only time he was serious about it. Check back again next Thursday for another Throwback. Send in your ideas for future instalments. We encourage you to share this on social media using the hash tags #CnCTBT and #CNCNZTBT.
  3. Every Command & Conquer fan's favourite messiah, Kane, has been named at number 3 in WatchMojo.com's Top 10 Immortal Video Game Characters. Check out the video above to see the full countdown.
  4. - Version 0.39 New Features - For a complete list of features, minor and major, please read our changelog here. Probably one of the most important features in Twisted Insurrection 0.39 is the new and improved Client, granting you the ability to customize your Skirmish and Online games with loads of new options and tweaks, pre-set teams, locations and alliances on all maps (even with AI players) and have many new game modes to try such as Twisted Dawn, Survival, Meat Grinder, Unholy Alliance, Timeless Insurrection and Ultimate Insurrection. Loads of options that were not possible before are now available, which will enhance your skirmish and multiplayer experience greatly, allowing you to play the style of match you are looking for, be it a quick relentless war or a long-winded battle with unlimited funds at your disposal. Some of these new options include Build Off Ally, Start Without Shroud, Tiberium-Resistant Infantry, Disable Tiberium Lifeforms, Berzerk Cyborgs, Unlimited Tiberium and Enable Ion Storms. Some screenshots can be seen just above of all of the new client options! Version 0.39 brings a massive balance overhaul to the mod too implementing lots of feedback provided by staff testing and the public players. The campaign missions have been modified and improved along with the addition of a few more new missions to play, including the Nod Finale. Some new units and structures have been added into the game too, some of which we won't reveal how to acquire just yet. A list of Twisted Insurrection's top features (old and new): Windows 8 / 8.1 Support All new Skirmish/Online set-up Options Optional Base Props mode, giving you more eye-candy for your bases Completely Standalone (No CD/TS Required, TI runs entirely by itself) A new in-depth story-line following Nod's victory in Tiberian Dawn (C&C95) Completely revamped and improved graphics Additional Skirmish Modes such as Twisted Dawn, Survival and Checkpoint New campaigns and new missions for GDI and Nod, including special challenge missions. Over 100 new multiplayer maps Smooth and fast Paced online game-play Official CNCNet and Online Play Support All New Units and Structures Enhanced Skirmish and AI Custom cinematics and a completely Original Soundtrack Head on over to our ModDB page for downloads andinformation for the latest version of the mod!
  5. Here's a cool fan made video featuring everyone's favourite Messiah and leader of the Brotherhood, Kane. Created by Zaptagious, its basically a summary of Kane's journey throughout the Tiberium Universe of games, a "Nodumentary" if you will. It also reminds us of how much of a bad ass Kane as a character was... or is. This well made video was released for Command & Conquer's 17th Anniversary.
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