But almost more impressive than the actual gameplay in many ways are the graphics. When the settings are turned up to high and you pump up the resolution from the lowest option of 800x600, you're in for the first real visual feast of this year.
When this game released it set the STANDARD for rts games
The graphics was amazing ! So amazing that alot of the computers at the time had a hard time even running it
Wanna play Generals in 2022 ? there is countless of mods / add ons and compitability patches
It’s these little details and the wide array of units for each side that makes Command & Conquer Generals a very entertaining title and the included skirmish mode will keep you entertained for a long while.
The designers at EA Pacific were able to bring us the contemporarily relevant content of C&C: Generals, with the fluidity and immersion-level we always hope to expect... and all this without any of the pansy-assed 'political correction' that dominates these days.
Despite a spectacular-looking engine, intriguing units, and some original gameplay, Generals doesn't capitalize on opportunties to be a shining light in the genre, and instead ends up as just decent. [Apr 2003, p.74]
For me, it’s still a mystery why the name of this game makes Command & Conquer. It has nothing to do with the universe. The game itself is interesting except for network battles. The story company causes only tears. In this game and close to the spirit and atmosphere of the legendary Westwood
Playability is awful, you can't scroll trough the map with keys, you must select buildings to build troops unlike other games in the saga, and the button configuration of the mouse is plainly ****: the left mouse button is used to both select and give orders, meanwhile the right button is used only to deselect.
Also units don't return enemy fire unless you set them on guard, by default they stand by till death.
SummaryCommand & Conquer Generals puts your trigger finger on the pulse of modern warfare. Choose a General in control of massive armies of bleeding-edge military weaponry across a globe teetering on the brink of Armageddon. Command either the mighty U.S. Army, the Chinese war machine or the resourceful Global Liberation Army, each packed with ...