i can't remember when i saw it last but a thought occurred to me. if they got time to print the books why not spend time and create a rendom key for each disc and imprint it on the disc? that way when you load the game you still have a serial but no need to figure out if its an o or a 0.
now what i hate about origin is the online crap.....yes it is nice that if i scratch the cd i can just goto my account and redownload the game. but why the heck should i have constant connection to play singleplayer? the idea is i want to play alone...not have someone who does the mission for me so i get no xp or have some new guy trying to figure out why i got mammoth tanks and he doesn't so you spend half the game explaining it to them as nod encroaches on your borders making the game a living nightmare(but still completeable)
singleplayer should be just that. SINGLE no need for another computer in la telling my computer its ok to play...
and what the heck happened since ra? another thing westwood did for us was include a disc for each side... so i could be the nod while my brother could try and take me on with a mammoth tank (by the way fyi 20 obelisks can stop 20 mammoth tanks... but takes a while to build them) if you try that now with all the antipiracy bs you got there is no way of doing it. why should any parent have to buy 2 exactly identical games so someone can vs each other? i know of no other platform that does that anymore except pc. even the nintendo ds i can play 2 player with only one cartridge. anyway i am ranted out for a few moments i might go help someone in a support section.
After all of this time, I was hoping if more people will realize this thread.
As what EA_Cire said about the new C&C going to be a PC only version, I am afraid the chances are greater that the new C&C will be using Origin without Cire telling us. The worst part about EA's Origin service program is this: http://forums.cncnz.com/index.php?showtopic=15869
For it seems more likely to me that I won't be purchasing future EA games that are using Origin.
Don't care about that, don't have anything to be embarrassed of on my PC.
It would seem that an entire generation of PC users are just accepting routine invasions of privacy has the norm.
So EA will be selling users information and also adding it onto a nice large data base.
Oh well! I won't bother with future C&C games if they use this system (Judging by C&C4 I will not be missing much anyway).
I don't care if it's on Origin, I JUST WANT IT ON STEAM!!!
IMO i dont think it matters anymore, they are wut they wunna do, its unlikely that our voices on this is gonna be heard. sadly.
'Meh, I don't really care anymore about the new games direction, with many loads of hours(make that years actually) on Tib Sun, YR, Generals, CnC3, and RA3, plus all the mods they come with, another game with the same old formula is rather redundant IMO. '
Not that I have things to be secretive on PC (apart from plans on how to make nukes and such things) but neither do I like some spying programms to potentially install software that I don't know about.
I like my PC being as clean as it is, if not only for better problem-locating and solving methods. Having multiple unwanted and/or hidden programms on my PC makes security a mess.
And I don't feel like closing new installation pop-ups when working with separate Admin- and normal User-Accounts ...
Victory Games is Electronic Arts' dedicated Strategy Gaming studio. Formed in 2010 under the leadership of Jon Van Caneghem, Victory Games has offices in Los Angeles, CA; Austin, TX; and Shanghai, China and is currently focused on the Command & Conquer franchise.