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Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars, the latest entry in the classic strategy series, once again pits the Global Defense Initiative against the Brotherhood of Nod. The PC-only game is scheduled to hit stores in mid-2007.
Tiberium's the fuel, NOD is the enemy, and the world is at stake. Sound familiar? Command and Conquer is finally back, with the first true sequel in eight years. Real-time strategy fans can look forward to March, when Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars hits the PC and the Xbox 360.
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