I posted part two
of my C&C 3 Community Summit Impressions
this morning. A lot happened on our first full day at EA, so it's probably best if you just start in on reading it
. But, for those of you who want the overview: Monday was all about single-player and skirmish. We got to play though some of the single-player campaigns and play around with the Scrin in skirmish. It was a lot of fun and you can read my full impressions about the Nod singleplayer campaign and the Scrin faction in the article.
Disclosure: We didn't get to play the Scrin campaign. Not even a little. We may or may not have tried to unlock the campaign using a command-line switch we saw the developers use when they showed us the prologue video. We may or may not have failed.
The highlight of the day, however, was when we all got to meet your favorite villain, Kane, in person. This was a huge surprise, and we were all quite pleased that EA managed to schedule him to come in. But, you can read about all of that and more (including the EA "Bridge to Nowhere", the Alarmed Door that Isn't Alarmed, and EA's failure to purchase the Advanced Turbines upgrade) in the article. Here's your standard dose of eye-candy:
» C&C 3 Community Summit Impressions: Single-player Impressions
The man himself
Power cord madness.
Yes, it got worse.
Fellow attendees of the community summit have also been busy compiling their impressions of the game over the last few weeks. Here are links to a bunch of them, from all across the community:
A big thanks goes out to EA once again for the trip. I'll be posting my day 3 impressions by the end of the week.
Last edited by Mike on Wednesday, March 28, 2007 at 1:18:42 PM.