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Command & Conquer Turns 19 Years Old

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On the 31st of August 1995, Westwood Studios released Command & Conquer, the RTS classic that started it all, it revolutionized the gaming industry and captured the imagination of millions of fans around the world. Arguably, Command & Conquer is the sole reason why the RTS genre is one of the most popular categories of PC gaming. And so today the original game turns 19 years old.




I and many other C&C fans surely remember the classic and gruesome scene of Kane introducing himself to you, as the player. You know where he blows away Seth in a brutal and bad-ass manner. Relive that moment below.




How did you discover Command & Conquer? what is your most memorable Command & Conquer memory from the original game? Share them with us in this thread on our forums.

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Happy birthday, C&C!




Must be my most favourite/memorable moment too.


As for how I found C&C... knowing the Dune books, my older brother brought back a pirated copy of Dune II from some friends in school. Everyone in the house got insanely addicted to the game.


So when C&C rolled around, he bought it. In fact, most of the C&C games that ended up in our home are actually his games, heh. I'm just lucky he doesn't really care much about old games, and thus I managed to "inherit" them all :P

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