Command & Conquer 1, Red Alert & Retaliation Sony Playstation 1 (PS1) Game Bundle

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Description

Command & Conquer

The PlayStation port of Command & Conquer has the same gameplay and storyline as the DOS original, with an adapted sidebar similar to the one from the SEGA Saturn port. Exclusive to this version are six Special Operations missions (three for GDI, two for Nod, one hidden) which are different to the missions of the same name from the later Nintendo 64 port. Using a code, missions from The Covert Operations expansion pack for the DOS original are also accessible.

Red Alert

What if Hitler never existed? Einstein pondered the question and created a time-machine to eliminate Hitler as a young man, thus preventing World War II as history remembers it. However, Einstein stopped one evil only to create another - because Stalin's Soviet Union is now poised to conquer Europe... and Allies must stop them!

Command & Conquer: Red Alert can be considered a prequel to Command & Conquer. Like its predecessor, it is a real-time strategy with an isometric semi-top-down perspective using 2D sprite graphics engine. The player takes control of either the Allies or the Soviets, as he battles for destiny of the planet. Gameplay features are similar to those of the previous game, including building a base with some defenses, massing units, harvesting resources, etc. The game has a variety of environments in its missions, adding some indoor missions that use only infantry units.

Retaliation

Command & Conquer: Red Alert - Retaliation combines the campaigns seen in the Command & Conquer: Red Alert PC add-ons Counterstrike and The Aftermath into one complete game for the PlayStation. It also continues the same storyline seen in the original Red Alert.

New additions include specially produced cutscenes, an improved interface for the control pad users, and a special two player mode, where two PlayStations can be connected using the link cable and two TVs. Inserting one of the disks into one of the consoles results in playing a 2 player version of Red Alert, with 100 different missions to play.


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