10 years on, Tiberium Wars remains the best Command & Conquer ever made

Recent history has not been kind to one-time juggernaut of PC strategy gaming, Command & Conquer. 

Following a couple of high profile misfires, EA had hoped to rejuvenate interest in the series with a promising eponymous free-to-play offering set in the Generals universe. A shame, then, that its alpha test was abruptly canned in late 2013, and Victory Games, the studio set up to oversee its development, shuttered. Only the browser-based Tiberium Alliances has been left ticking over at the time of writing, itself potentially not on all that firm a footing considering that a sequel of sorts was axed before even being made public.

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