Command & Conquer The Ultimate Compilation Contains 17 Games For $50

By Ishaan . October 2, 2012 . 5:02pm

 

Electronic Arts have packed a whopping 17 games into one collection with Command and Conquer The Ultimate Compilation for PC. Updated for Windows 7 and Windows Vista, the compilation is available today at select North American retailers and for download off EA’s Origin service. Oh, and it only costs $50.

 

The catch is that, regardless of whether you buy the collection at retail or via Origin, all games included are downloads. Buying at retail will give you a code to download all 17 games off Origin. Here’s a list of all the games in Command and Conquer The Ultimate Compilation, separated by series:

 

Tiberium series:

  • Command & Conquer
  • Command & Conquer The Covert Operations
  • Command & Conquer Tiberian Sun
  • Command & Conquer Tiberian Sun™ Firestorm
  • Command & Conquer Renegade
  • Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars
  • Command & Conquer 3 Kane’s Wrath
  • Command & Conquer 4 Tiberian Twilight

 

Red Alert series:

  • Command & Conquer Red Alert
  • Command & Conquer Red Alert Counterstrike
  • Command & Conquer Red Alert The Aftermath
  • Command & Conquer Red Alert 2
  • Command & Conquer Red Alert Yuri’s Revenge
  • Command & Conquer Red Alert 3
  • Command & Conquer Red Alert 3 Uprising

 

Generals series:

  • Command & Conquer Generals
  • Command & Conquer Generals Zero Hour

 

Additionally, picking up Command and Conquer The Ultimate Compilation will also net you a beta code for a new free-to-play Command & Conquer game, slated for release in 2013. The new game will be powered by DICE’s Frostbite 2 engine.

 

Finally, the compilation also includes a 20-song soundtrack and exclusive commemorative art work.

 

Update: Thanks to everyone that pointed out that even the retail box only


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  • Xmas Lopez

    Oh my god. On just pure value alone, this collection is the most badass thing I have ever heard of

  • http://burnpsy.wordpress.com/ burnpsy

    That’s about $3 per game. I’ve never played this series, but wow.

    Sadly, retail copies probably need Origin, so no sale.

    • Scrooge_McDuck

       Yar. The retail version actually has no physical DVD; just download codes.

      • http://twitter.com/JeremyAvalon Dylan Baker

        I recently picked up Command & Conquer: The First Decade for $20 at Wal-Mart; it lacks Red Alert 3 and C&C 3 and 4 (and their expansions), but it has all of the other games actually on the disc.

        By the way, is it a typo up there or is the base Red Alert 1 not included? I only see its expansions; it would also explain the ’17th game’, because I have a hard time believing even EA would try to sell access to a future beta as a tick box on the list of product.

        • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

          Good catch! Red Alert is included. I just didn’t copy the text properly. Post updated. :)

        • neo_firenze

          I also had the C&C: The First Decade physical DVD.  For anybody who tracks that down and is interested in getting the whole series without having to use Origin, the other C&C games that aren’t included on that disc are available on Steam. 

          I bought C&C3, C&C4, Red Alert 3 and all their expansions for really cheap during some past Steam sale.  Yes, still digital versions, but I’m a LOT more comfortable with Steam than I am with EA’s digital store…

  • brian yep

    I wish these would be released on consoles, but naturally won’t.

    • Luna Kazemaru

      Some of them are. Lol

    • SolidusSnake

      Would you really wanna play these games with a controller? The thought of that gives me hives. Though if your a PS3 user you could always use a usb mouse and keyboard…

      • Juan Andrés Valencia

        The console version of C&C 3, it’s expansion and Red Alert 3 are fairly good on the 360 (The controls are great and they look fine).

  • Juan Andrés Valencia

    Here in Mexico it’s being sold for 15-17 dollars (Thank you EA for underpricing your games in here :D ), making it the best compilation I’ve ever seen in terms of price and content.

  • Luna Kazemaru

    I love everything on that list but c ana c 4

  • Tom_Phoenix

    From the official website’s FAQ:

    “What comes in the box if I buy the physical version?

    You will get a code to enter into Origin to be able to download and play the 17 titles as you please.”

    Hahahaha…A code? Seriously? There’s not even a disc for the physical version?

    I think I’ll stick to Command & Conquer: The First Decade, thanks.

    • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

      @Tom_Phoenix:disqus @Scrooge_McDuck:disqus Post updated! Thanks for the heads up on the retail box only giving you a download code. 

  • keithmaxx

    I love the C&C series, but I can’t put myself to agree to Origin’s EULA. Oh well, I’ll just have to play and enjoy C&C2 the old school way.

  • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

    Hm… I like the series, but I’m not sure I wanna use Origin for those. Well, I already have Red Alert 3 and Command & Conquer 3 anyway.

  • Daru Titor

    I liked the series…..
    C&C 4 kinda ruined it though.
    The only games I don’t have are RA3 uprising and C&C 4.

  • l777l

    Origin it the origin of more things going bad at EA.

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