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9.0

Universal acclaim- based on 230 Ratings

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  1. Negative: 8 out of 230
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  1. CaptainPlanet
    Nov 26, 2001
    6
    The missions were ok, but they were all the same old usual C&C type stuff. The acting was terrible though. In the opening movie scene, all the generals act as if nothing was happening when Yuri activated the Dominators. Not to mention in all the Russian movie scenes, the same to men play all different roles from soldiers to radio men in the backround. And the Multiplayer was only fun for The missions were ok, but they were all the same old usual C&C type stuff. The acting was terrible though. In the opening movie scene, all the generals act as if nothing was happening when Yuri activated the Dominators. Not to mention in all the Russian movie scenes, the same to men play all different roles from soldiers to radio men in the backround. And the Multiplayer was only fun for about an hour until was told that to play tournement you had to do Quick Match, which sucks big time. Expand
  2. AnonymousMC
    Feb 22, 2009
    5
    Everything that is good about this expansion really should have been in the original game in the first place. Everything else is half-baked, including the new single player campaigns, which are even worse than the original RA2 campaigns, if that is even possible. The main justification for this expansion was that Westwood wanted to turn their Warcraft-esque game into a Starcraft-esqueEverything that is good about this expansion really should have been in the original game in the first place. Everything else is half-baked, including the new single player campaigns, which are even worse than the original RA2 campaigns, if that is even possible. The main justification for this expansion was that Westwood wanted to turn their Warcraft-esque game into a Starcraft-esque game. They had their Terran and Protoss, and wanted to add a Zerg. It doesn't stand on its own two feet and isn't really worth the price unless you get it bundled free with the original game, or wait for it to become freeware like the original Red Alert has. Expand
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86

Generally favorable reviews - based on 23 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 22 out of 23
  2. Negative: 0 out of 23
  1. PC Gamer
    90
    These single-player campaigns are really the only part of this whole pack that came close to disappointing me. [Holiday 2001, p.84]
  2. Computer Gaming World
    80
    In every way an improvement over its predecessor. [Jan 2002, p.108]
  3. There are no bugs or technical problems, the production values are excellent, and the gameplay is fun. What more could you want? Well, ok, a longer single-player experience would be nice.