I am Nikitazero, a 23-years old Indonesian living in Bandung. I am a veteran gamer of some sort, especially RTS and FPS games.
I have a lot of interests, such as general knowledge, history, militaries (especially guns) and of course, gaming, at which most of my family think that I am obsessed to video games.
Thanks in no small part due to tendencies of free-to-play online games released here in my country being mostly "pay to win", my fondness to video games is now limited to popular franchises, although sometimes I played certain recent online games just for tryouts. Currently my gaming interests have begun to wane, perhaps due to my age and having little time and more things in my mind since studying in the university.
Other than playing video games, I spent most of my time in front of my PC by browsing the Internet or editing my conceptual "ideal" online shooter game, which now becomes my dream that I pursued so much where I could actually develop the said game.
CnC is my favourite RTS franchise ever since I was a kid, in which I played Red Alert 2 and was so fascinated on the game. Since then, my interest on CnC grows in which I played other franchises, notably Generals and its expansion, Yuri's Revenge, Red Alert 3 and its expansion, Tiberian Sun, Tiberium Wars and its expansion, and Tiberian Twilight; for the latter, I was dissapointed because of the dramatic change of mechanics, but nevertheless the game was good enough (in my opinion).
Currently the CnC franchise I enjoyed so much is Generals (and Zero Hour) as well as Red Alert 2 (and Yuri's Revenge), although I played the mods Rise of the Reds, ShockWave and Mental Omega, which, in my opinion, was much better than the original game; the former even could become inspiration for Generals 2 (with the return of the original three factions and adding Russia and EU as new factions), if EA decides to bring the franchise back to the fold.
When I heard about Generals 2, I was so overjoyed because it was the second installment of my favorite CnC franchise with better features. Although it was later "converted" into a free-to-play online game, it did not wipe away my interest on the game, now renamed to simply Command & Conquer. However, I was dissapointed when the said game was eventually cancelled, and seeing that CnC is, for now, seems to be in a long break. But I was optimistic that CnC will make a return sometime in the future, and, as I suggested above, EA could use popular CnC mods as inspiration on their new CnC series.
On the Wiki
You'll find me editing articles in this wiki to make it enjoyable and nice to read, as well adding some facts I found by playing the game itself.