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Post by Dan @ 10:46am 04/10/12 | 7 Comments
To lube players up for their upcoming new Command and Conquer title (originally announced as Generals 2), EA has launched Command & Conquer: The Ultimate Collection -- a bundle of 17 titles from the C&C franchise in one tight AU$39.99 package, now available for digital download purchase from Origin.com.
Fight as the Global Defense Initiative or the Brotherhood of Nod as they clash over the rare mineral Tiberium in the classic original series. Challenge the red menace in an alternate universe in Red Alert, then step into the near future with Generals as China and the United States battle the Global Liberation Army, a terrorist organization hell-bent on bringing the world to its knees! Rule all three Command & Conquer universes and more with this incredible value – including 17 games and more!

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 Red Alert™ Yuri’s Revenge™, Command & Conquer Renegade™, Command & Conquer™ Generals, Command & Conquer™ Generals Zero Hour, Command & Conquer™ 3 Tiberium Wars™, Command & Conquer™ 3 Kane’s Wrath, Command & Conquer™ Red Alert™ 3, Command & Conquer™ Red Alert™ 3 Uprising, Command & Conquer™ 4 Tiberian Twilight
Perhaps it's just a clerical oversight (in which case, you might want to get in quick), but the same package is currently asking US$49.99 over on the North American Origin store.

A brief trailer for the bundle can be viewed below.




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Nerfy
Posted 11:27am 04/10/12
I would have grabbed this if it was on steam, oh wells.
MOTE
Posted 08:59am 05/10/12
Fired up Origin and bought the pack without hesitation.

It will be good fun to make a return to the older games in the series which I've neglected for far too long. I'm curious to see if the hidden dinosaurs and ant mission will be there...
Hyperslide
Posted 09:05am 05/10/12
Great pack but one problem ..."Origin" = Fail
sharkuul
Posted 02:22pm 05/10/12
Everyone was whinging when steam came out 'steaming pile of s***' 'steam = gay' etc

Everyone is going digital distribution these days. Origin will sort their s*** out with it soon enough and I'm sure it'll be tolerable
reload!
Posted 02:25pm 05/10/12
because steam had all sorts of problems and was genuinely heinous at the start. it fixed the issues and works really well today. origin remains a festering anus.
TiT
Posted 02:27pm 05/10/12
i guess everyone like steam as its not just for EA titles etc. I like having all my games in steam. I have over 200 its good to know all i have to do is press one button to see all my games.
Whoop
Posted 05:27pm 05/10/12
I've already got all of them except for the expansion for red alert 3.
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