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'Command and Destroy' (NDS) Announced - Screens

by Rainier on Nov. 26, 2007 @ 10:37 a.m. PST

Command and Destroy brings army-based RTS gameplay to the NDS for the very first time. With a total of 24 exhilarating missions, you get to decide whether to play the role of the humans, defiantly standing up to the alien onslaught or whether you want to control the extra terrestrials hell-bent on the destruction of the human race.

Aliens are attacking a far-flung human civilisation and are hell-bent on the destruction of the human race. It’s up to you whether you want to join the alien hordes as they set out on their mission of annihilation or whether you want to help the humans defend their land and their right to exist!

Command and Destroy brings amazing army-based RTS gameplay to the Nintendo DS for the very first time. With a total of 24 exhilarating missions, you get to decide whether to play the role of the humans, defiantly standing up to the alien onslaught or whether you want to control the extra terrestrials hell-bent on the destruction of the human race.

Features :

  • Decide which side to command each with their own 12 mission campaign.
  • The human and alien forces have different infantry, vehicles, facilities and heavy-duty weaponry at their disposal meaning that you'll have to adjust your tactics and playing style to suit the units under your command.
  • Build, maintain and defend your base from enemy attack. To do this you will have to raise credits by refining oil and then make decisions about where to spend your hard earned credits.
  • Strategic management of infantry, facilities and vehicles is essential for a successful campaign. This puts you in absolute control of your army and its ultimate destiny.

Release Date: January 18, 2008

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