Command & Conquer


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Developer Westwood Studios, Totally Hip Software (Mac), Looking Glass Studios (N64)
Publisher Virgin Interactive (1995-1998) | SEGA (Saturn) | Nintendo (N64) | Electronic Arts (1998-present)
Platforms DOS, Macintosh, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, SEGA Saturn, Windows, Nintendo 64
Release Date (DOS) 26.09.1995 (US)
Release Date (Mac) 18.12.1996 (US, Mac)
Release Date (Saturn) 18.12.1996 (US) | 03.1997 (BR) | 25.04.1997 (JP)
Release Date (PS1) 12.1996 (EU/AU) | 15.01.1997 (US) | 16.05.1997 (JP)
Release Date (N64) 29.06.1999 (US) | 26.07.1999 (DE/AT/CH)
Release Date (Win) 04.1997 (US)
Release Date (PS3/PSP) 13.03.2008 (EU/AU/NZ) | 28.08.2008 (NL) | 24.11.2009 (US) | 09.09.2010 (HR/SI)
Current Version 1.22 (DOS) | 1.72 (Mac) | 1.04 (Windows)
Multiplayer LAN | CnCNet | XWIS
DRM basic disc check (retail) | EA App DRM (EA App) | none (Steam)
Buy EA App | Steam (part of The Ultimate Collection)
Free Download Official distribution | Fan-updated version (recommended)

What is Command & Conquer?

Command & Conquer, unofficially known as Tiberian Dawn, was released in 1995. C&C is the RTS classic that started it all, it revolutionized the gaming industry and captured the imagination of millions of fans around the world. Arguably, Command & Conquer is the sole reason why the RTS genre is one of the most popular categories of PC gaming.

C&C features two sides, the Global Defense Initiative (GDI) and the Brotherhood of Nod, powerful units, an in depth storyline and most importantly….intense action!

Command & Conquer went on to be released on many different platforms. The original Command & Conquer DOS version was first released in 1995, as mentioned above. In 1996, the Macintosh, Sony PlayStation, and SEGA Saturn versions were released. In 1997, Westwood upgraded the game by utilizing the SVGA graphics that can be seen in the Macintosh port and to be on par with Red Alert, and added support for Westwood Online so the game could played via the Internet. This new version was re-released as Command & Conquer Gold for Windows 95. In 1999, Command & Conquer arrived on the Nintendo 64, becoming the first 3D Command & Conquer game.

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Names in different languages

  • German (initial): Command & Conquer: Teil 1 – Der Tiberiumkonflikt
  • German (re-releases): Command & Conquer: Der Tiberiumkonflikt


ESRB: Teen | Animated Violence
ESRB (Mac only): Mature | Animated Violence
ELSPA: 15+
ELSPA (N64 only): 3+
USK: 16 (censored)
SEGA: Suitable For All Ages
SELL (N64 only): TP

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