Video-game review: ‘Command & Conquer’ returns, cheesy video and allIt’s another bleak forecast for the future in the new video game "Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars." Yet it’s so much fun you probably won’t mind the prospects of an Earth politically splintered and environmentally devastated by an ever-spreading crystalline alien substance called Tiberium. This latest saga marks one of the best, and only, games of its type for the Xbox 360. (The T-rated, $59.99 title is also available for Windows PCs for $10 less).
By: MATT SLAGLE, Associated Press