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Command & Conquer is back after many, many years on EA’s shelf, but not in the way you’d maybe hope for. Westwood have revealed a mobile reboot of the beloved series, Command & Conquer: Rivals.
A two-player experience, Rivals distills C&C down to its most base elements; three control points on a single screen, with players fighting quick skirmishes for control. There’s also a big ol’ nuke sitting in the middle of the screen, and gaining control over said missile is essentially the goal, allowing players to launch a strike on the enemy base and win the round by securing it.
An alpha version of the game is already available on Google Play store on Android, so, uh, I guess try that?
Niall is the last remaining emo kid and can usually be found hiding from Michael Myers in Dead by Daylight or waiting in vain for fights in DOA6.
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This was a long episode for a fortnight where we didn't watch much.
Just mix it up a little