I heavily edited the articles of generals to make them accurate based on the game descriptions, most of these words are guessed and illustrated, probably there are people who played this game without knowing it had a CD rom cover and only obtained the game through crack files from random internet website
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The game's fandom information needs to be revised because it has a lot of grammatical error sentences and not accurate descriptions from the game so i hereby myself to re-edit and fix them to make them totally accurate these pages are really bad maintained information, many of these pages are so misleading so i have to correct most of them but not all information are wrong some of them are correct but still needs to revised
Guys i wanna play this game but tf i cant open the mobile car.
How can i do this?
Theyre adding dune games but Dune is not officially C&C:
The Ren multiplayer pages are copying off the Ren X Wiki
And they only have amature videos of rushes for some reason
How is anyone supposed to understand the transcripts???
Red Alert for as much as we all loved it, wasn't the most realistic of games. However, while there's no way 90's technology could exist in the 1940's, The political backdrop of the game (The Nazis never coming to power and the USSR invading Europe causing WW2) is very plausible, 4 things need to happen in order for this sort of scenario to occur,
The Treaty of Versailles is not as harsh on Germany economically. To me, the only reason why Germany fell into economic crisis so quickly was because they weren't allowed to pay their WW1 reparation's in their own money so they had to rely on American banks by printing more of their own money to transfer to the Americans. When the stock market crashed in 1929, America could no longer economically support the Germans which led to the economic crisis and created the situation required for Hitler to come to power. If Germany had been allowed to pay it's reparation's with their own money, it's likely The Great Depression doesn't affect Germany as much as it did in our own timeline.
Benito Mussolini never takes power in Italy. To quote Cody Franklin, "Adolf Hitler's rise to power wasn't simply him walking into a defeated Germany and saying He is führer now." Despite what the original Red Alert believed, removing Hitler will only delay the Nazi's rise to power as someone else will take his place and start WW2, in order to prevent the Nazi's from taking power we need to change another event and that event is Benito Mussolini's rise to power in Italy. Benito Mussolini, for those of you who don't know, was the fascist dictator of Italy from 1922 to his death in 1945. The reason for his rise to power was because the Italians felt cheated by the French and British following WW1. Italy though initially an ally of Germany Austria switched sides when France and Britain promised them territories in modern day Slovenia and Croatia, However once the war ended the British and French instead gave those most territories to the new country of Yugoslavia. Understandably the Italians were not pleased with this outcome and felt they had been denied their triumph which led to the phrase "Vittoria Mutilata" or "Mutilated Victory". This and other failings by the Italian Government allowed Mussolini and his Fascists to come to power and this assumption of power would later inspire Adolf Hitler to attempt a beer hall putsch in Munich and we all know how that ended. So if one condition for this timeline to lack Nazi's then we also need to remove Mussolini from history. So let's say the coup of 1925 fails and Benito is sentenced to life in prison. with the coup being a failure, Hitler would probably be discouraged from conducting a similar action,
The Weimar Republic must Survive. This isn't as implausible as you might think it would be, Even though the Weimar Republic was very Unstable and Corrupt, there were plans by some in the Government to reform the economy and get Germany out of the quagmire it found itself in, However the Nazi's came to power and took credit for their plans. But in a world without the Nazis and if the plans were successfully implemented, This could restore the credibility of the government and while Germany would never remilitarize like in our timeline Germany would slowly be healing from the Great Depression along with the rest of the world.
Leon Trotsky succeeds Lenin instead of Stalin. One of the most unrealistic parts of Red Alert from a Historical Perspective was the Soviet Union invading Europe under Joseph Stalin. Realistically, Stalin would never have ordered an Invasion of Europe to begin with. While Stalin was a horrible human being, comparable to Hitler himself, he was mostly smart in his foreign policy He knew the USSR despite it's size, couldn't successfully take on all of Europe and win. Trotsky meanwhile was a firm believer in World Revolution, an idea similar to American Manifest Destiny which was that the USSR had to spread the Ideals of Communism through force, between the lines, Full Scale Invasion. It's likely that if Trotsky took power after Lenin's Death Instead of Stalin, Trotsky would've invaded Several countries before the West was forced to act beginning WW2 as a conflict between the Allies and Soviets.
Red Alert 3 is easy to found but Generals or Zero Hour is rare as hell.What do you think about this?
I want to Digital Download Generals but not sure how to do that. Any tips??
Simple question, but I've searched around for a bit but can't find an answer.... Does building more nuke silos mean the nukes regenerate quicker? Thanks!
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Just wondering why many of the articles regarding RA3 state that the year is 1986?
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