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Ships Ahoy - The Command & Conquer Saga

This press release announces that The Command & Conquer Saga is now in North American stores (thanks Gamer's Hell), offering 13 C&C titles in one package, obviating the 12-game Command & Conquer: The First Decade compilation released in early '06 (story). Here's word:

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Three generations of the popular Command & Conquer™ series are now available in one bundle! Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS - News) today announced The Command & Conquer™ Saga is on store shelves today in North America for the PC. This massive compilation of over a dozen Command & Conquer games includes the award-winning Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars™ and all the titles featured in Command & Conquer™ The First Decade. The Command & Conquer Saga marks the largest PC franchise compilation to date.

With 25 million copies sold worldwide, the Command & Conquer franchise has defined the Real-time strategy (RTS) genre with its signature fast and fluid gameplay, cutting-edge visuals, epic storylines, and rich campaign missions. The series has evolved over a decade, spawned over a dozen titles, and continues to be the genre benchmark by which all RTS games are measured. With its explosive style of warfare, the Command & Conquer franchise has grown over the years to span multiple fictional genres, including the science fiction Tiberium Universe, the revisionist history of the Command & Conquer Red Alert Universe, and a twist on modern warfare with Command & Conquer™ Generals.

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2. Re: Old games new machines? Nov 1, 2007, 12:18 Bet
 
They use C&C Gold for the first game, which is a Win95 game. And there was a Win95 version for Red Alert as well.

They left out Sole Survivor again. Not that anyone would probably want to play it, but still

 
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