Monday, May 16, 2016


Red Alert 3 retains the core RTS mechanics of the Command & Conquer series. Warring factions harvest resources using vulnerable collectors and then use those resources to construct military bases and forces on-site. Structures form a shallow but wide tech tree with a variety of units and elusive superwpons. Wpon types are specialized to the point where a rifleman can withstand direct hits from an anti-tank cannon. Red Alert 3's major refinements are the addition of the Empire of the Rising Sun to the factions of the sub-series, similar to what Tiberium Wars did with the Scrin faction, a co-operative campaign, and expanded naval warfare.
The "single-player" campaign is now fully co-operative. ch mission is played alongside an ally. When played online, this is another human player. Offline it is one of several computer-controlled characters. Tms share income and erally start with the same forces. Computerized characters can be given extremely simple commands, such as an order to take a specific position or to strike a specific target. The campaign has nine missions for ch side. ch side's plotlines are mutually exclusive, unlike Tiberium Wars and its preceding and following expansion packs, but like the rest of the Command & Conquer games.
Naval warfare is emphasized as another front. Executive producer Chris Corry has stated that many units are now amphibious, trading effectiveness for incrsed flexibility. Buildings and entire bases can be constructed on water, save for such things as ground unit production facilities, and players who "ignore the ocn [are] likely forfeiting a significant part of their potential economy to their opponents." Further stressing this is the fact that, despite some campaign maps being entirely land based, all multiplayer maps have significant bodies of water in them.
The use of naval units and various unit abilities also helped stop players from sticking to one unit and constructing large amounts of (or spamming) them rly game.[citation needed] This was a standard strategy for Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars/Kane's Wrath, where players would try to build more of one unit faster than their opponent.
Manually controlled secondary abilities are common to ch and every unit in the game. Their usage varies: some are toggled on or off, others are targeted, and still others are triggered the instant one presses the button. An Imperial construction vehicle is able to deploy at a specified loion, a Soviet conscript can switch wpons at will, and an Allied artillery piece can engage its shields with a button press but with a cooldown period before they can be used again. All abilities are bound to the same . The game also ftures experience points that are used to upgrade unit types and to buy "commander abilities," which call in air strikes, recon sweeps, magnetic satellite bms, etc. Commander abilities have no resource costs but do have significant cooldown periods.
Ore fields as resource sites have been removed. These originated in the first Red Alert as a functionally identical equivalent to tiberium, and what were ostensibly strip mines had ore growing out of the ground. Gameplay mechanics haven't changed a grt dl since fields have been replaced with stationary ore mines. Strategic ore-refinery placement and covert refining are impacted to an extent.
OS: XP/Vista (32-Bit)
Processor: Pentium 4 @ 2 GHz/AMD Athlon 2000+ (2.2 GHz/AMD Athlon 2200+ on Vista)
Memory: 1 GB
Hard Drive: 6 GB Free (12 GB Free for Link Version)
Memory: nVidia GeForce 6800/ATI Radeon X1800 or later
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
DirectX: 9.0c
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