Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 18 Jun 2020.
This is one of the best efforts I've seen out of EA since... well, probably since C&C3.
I definitely hope they do a Remaster of Tib Sun and RA2. C&C3 doesn't really need one, since it's still able to hold up graphically... and frankly RA3 was such a steaming pile of poo it would be better left forgotten.
I blew through the GDI campaign the first weekend I had it - either I remembered the maps without realising it, or it was a lot easier than I remembered... because levels I remember having to redo dozens of times to get right I breezed through barely trying. That said, I totally ballsed up the Funpark levels... and managed to completely screw myself several times in the Allied campaign levels...
I have some fond memories of C&C. Especially multiplayer, kicking my friends ass all night long. Eventually I got into "modding" and had a great time adding things like long range rockets to the artillery pieces. Good times.
Lol you reminded me of the infamous rules.ini that came along with Red Alert!
I fondly remember setting small power plants to ridiculous amounts of power so I’d only ever have to build one. The AI never bothered building those, which helped in my quest to vanquish said AI repeatedly.
And the map editor was great. Stocking fancy jewelled minerals everywhere..
I still play skirmishes on RA2 on my Win10 machine.
Modify ra2.ini (or ra2md.ini for Yuri's revenge), set your resolution.... boom! instant view of the whole battlefield! Because everything is made smaller, everything still looks sharp and nice.
I think rules.ini still works just need to put it in the right folder
Correct. There was no equivalent to rules.ini for Tiberian Dawn, although it appears one enterprising individual has managed to put something similar together. (Not tried it yet, though...)
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