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In 1995, the original Command & Conquer helped define the real-time strategy genre. The franchise then continued to innovate for the next 10 years with cutting-edge visuals, epic storylines, and complex missions. Celebrating the anniversary of this innovative franchise, Command & Conquer The First Decade features a dozen classic C&C games, plus an exclusive bonus DVD of commemorative videos including a rare interview with Louis Castle, co-founder of Westwood Studios and the creator of the Command & Conquer franchise. Whether seeing where it all began with the original Command & Conquer or engaging in modern-day warfare in Command & Conquer Generals, this is a unique opportunity to own a piece of history and experience the past, present, and future of Command & Conquer.

Features:

* The ultimate collection features 12 Command & Conquer games on a single DVD.
* Bonus DVD with commemorative video features including exclusive interviews and tribute videos from our biggest fans!
* Hundreds of single-player missions and multiplayer mayhem spanning every Command & Conquer universe:
o Tiberium – The Sci-Fi universe that started it all
o Red Alert – The battlegrounds of alternate history
o Generals – Fight the masterminds of modern warfare

Contains:

* Command & Conquer
* Command & Conquer The Covert Operations
* Command & Conquer Red Alert
* Command & Conquer Red Alert Counterstrike
* Command & Conquer Red Alert The Aftermath
* Command & Conquer Tiberian Sun
* Command & Conquer Tiberian Sun Firestorm
* Command & Conquer Red Alert 2
* Command & Conquer Yuri’s Revenge
* Command & Conquer Renegade
* Command & Conquer Generals
* Command & Conquer Generals Zero Hour
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#1
How many of these work on Win 7? Looks like a cracking deal. Some of them are free now though.
#2
Was wondering the same. This would be great on my W7 netbook.
#3
I got Red Alert 2 working on Win 7 64 bit just fine the other day, rubbish resolution on my 24" monitor though :p
You can get some of the others for free as well as they were released at as freeware a while back.

Tiberian Sun http://www.cncforums.com/new/local_links.php?catid=148
Red Alert 1 http://www.cncforums.com/new/local_links.php?catid=135

Was trying to get RA2 working online so I could play a friend with a rubbish PC but the online is borked now, so better off going for C&C3 or RA3.

:)


Edited By: UberTiger on Mar 06, 2011 14:13
#4
If I remember correctly, for Generals & ZH on Win7 (for 64bit at least) you just need to 'run as administrator' [properties > compability] otherwise the main menu will be static and it will crash during a game at some point. Twilight Flame still memory leaks.

Good price, but standard for GAME/Gamestation/Gameplay, they rotate the price between the 3 every so often. I picked 2 copies up in the past 18 month at this price.



Edited By: xeophonix on Mar 06, 2011 14:27
#5
I have this and I have a few problems with 1 or 2 of the titles. C&C and C&C Tiberian Sun I had problems on vista and 7. But there is a unofficial patch to fix them.
1 Like #6
This is worth it just for Generals! I've spent waaay too long on that game in the past...
#7
As I posted here previously

http://news.bigdownload.com/2010/02/13/download-command-and-conquer-classic-games-full-free-games/

3 of the games in the series have been released for free as UberTiger has only posted 2.
#8
I still play Red Alert 2... There are online servers around too - and the game works fine with vista/7 :)
#9
UberTiger
I got Red Alert 2 working on Win 7 64 bit just fine the other day, rubbish resolution on my 24" monitor though :p
You can get some of the others for free as well as they were released at as freeware a while back.

Tiberian Sun http://www.cncforums.com/new/local_links.php?catid=148
Red Alert 1 http://www.cncforums.com/new/local_links.php?catid=135

Was trying to get RA2 working online so I could play a friend with a rubbish PC but the online is borked now, so better off going for C&C3 or RA3.

:)


I use xwis works fine - http://www.wikihow.com/Play-Red-Alert-2-over-the-Internet
#10
Running Red Alert 2 at 2560x1600 and it's great fun. Like a whole new game again!

http://blog.obelisk.ro/2010/09/resolution-fix-for-red-alert-2-yuris.html
#11
They should all work perfectly on win 7. The compatability mode is excellent.
1 Like #12
Nearly paid £5 just for RA2 the other day so thanks for the heads up on this.
#13
UberTiger
I got Red Alert 2 working on Win 7 64 bit just fine the other day, rubbish resolution on my 24" monitor though :p
You can get some of the others for free as well as they were released at as freeware a while back.

Tiberian Sun http://www.cncforums.com/new/local_links.php?catid=148
Red Alert 1 http://www.cncforums.com/new/local_links.php?catid=135

Was trying to get RA2 working online so I could play a friend with a rubbish PC but the online is borked now, so better off going for C&C3 or RA3.

:)



GameRanger (_;)
#14
Minstadave
How many of these work on Win 7? Looks like a cracking deal. Some of them are free now though.
I've had this for a few years and played through all of the games on Windows Vista 64bit, so there's a strong chance they'll all work on 7 as well. I actually still had the original disks for C&C and Red Alert, but although those games are Vista compatible, the original installers won't work on a 64bit operating system, so I had to install on an old computer running Windows XP, then once I copied the files over to Vista x64 it worked fine. But on this compilation all the games have new installers, so they're compatibile with newer OSs!

UberTiger
Was trying to get RA2 working online so I could play a friend with a rubbish PC but the online is borked now, so better off going for C&C3 or RA3.:)
As someone else has already said - XWIS. The original Westwood servers were shut down years ago, but now there are third party servers running. Just Google XWIS and use that!

This is a really hot deal - I got it a couple of years ago for £9.99, which was also good. You should be able to pick up the rest of the C&C games for pretty low prices these days as well.

Edited By: reddragon105 on Mar 06, 2011 18:40
#15
Good games shame the last 2 efforts Red Alert 3 and Command and Conquer 4 have been dire though.
#16
reddragon105
Minstadave
How many of these work on Win 7? Looks like a cracking deal. Some of them are free now though.

I've had this for a few years and played through all of the games on Windows Vista 64bit, so there's a strong chance they'll all work on 7 as well. I actually still had the original disks for C&C and Red Alert, but although those games are Vista compatible, the original installers won't work on a 64bit operating system, so I had to install on an old computer running Windows XP, then once I copied the files over to Vista x64 it worked fine. But on this compilation all the games have new installers, so they're compatibile with newer OSs!

UberTiger
Was trying to get RA2 working online so I could play a friend with a rubbish PC but the online is borked now, so better off going for C&C3 or RA3.:)

As someone else has already said - XWIS. The original Westwood servers were shut down years ago, but now there are third party servers running. Just Google XWIS and use that!

This is a really hot deal - I got it a couple of years ago for £9.99, which was also good. You should be able to pick up the rest of the C&C games for pretty low prices these days as well.


Yeh GameRanger looks a lot better than dodgy XWIS...
#17
Many hours spent years ago playing C&C. Thanks :)
#18
darkstryder360
Yeh GameRanger looks a lot better than dodgy XWIS...
I've never used GameRanger. When I went back to play Red Alert online after a few years and found the Westwood servers were down I Googled for help and XWIS was the first and, at the time, only solution. Minutes later I was playing online and it's always worked absolutely fine. Please to explain what's dodgy about it?

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