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After 10 years still enjoying this.. - 5/19/2009 5:52:09 AM   
Bradley62


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CC was the impetus for getting a PC way back when and it didn't disappoint, in fact I never got so much value out of a product (my CC3 CD, still have it) and now COI is giving me more enjoyment as I love me some Eastern Front action.

I may be playing this till the end, nothing has replaced nor do I believe ever will. But never say never. If it evolves my hope is it will retain it's wonderful top-down gameplay. The enhancements have made CC ever more playable.

Thanks to those who strive to make it CC what it is.
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RE: After 10 years still enjoying this.. - 5/19/2009 10:01:07 PM   
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Have you checked out Wacht am Rhein and The Longest Day??

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RE: After 10 years still enjoying this.. - 5/30/2009 5:23:17 AM   
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 Yes and suspect I will get around to them. But now I'm so wrapped around KV 1&2s, T-34s, and PPsh 41s in the snow

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RE: After 10 years still enjoying this.. - 6/10/2009 11:08:35 PM   
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Cross of Iron Rocks!

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RE: After 10 years still enjoying this.. - 8/10/2009 12:47:39 AM   
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as owner of the original cc3 (just rediscovered it) one question:

me reading through the forum left me with a big?  where is the difference between the original cc3 and coi? what is the gain?
please do not misunderstand me, i loved and still love cc2 and cc3 but i could not find any reference in the forum from players perspective.

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RE: After 10 years still enjoying this.. - 8/11/2009 2:46:31 AM   
knilli

 

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does not matter....i bought it again :) ..... loved it and i am sure i will love the matrix version too!
only missing one: CC2 ...just for the records

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RE: After 10 years still enjoying this.. - 8/12/2009 8:05:36 PM   
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quote:

where is the difference between the original cc3 and coi? what is the gain?


Here are the three main differences:

1. New grand campaign with new maps

2. Units were adjusted for historicity. For example, the IS-3 tank and the German Rocket vehicle were removed. IMO, they didn't go far enough to make a realistic balance between the number of tanks and infantrymen. (Realistically, you should only have around 1 tank for every 50-60 soldiers, and most of those tanks should not be heavy tanks)

3. Massive Multiplayer CC III feature


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