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Frank's big Canadian crush on Dr. Cameron aside, the 360 port of Command Conquer 3 was a solid game. A solid game that let you taunt people using video—an idea that sounds great in print but scares me in reality. While the PC version has enjoyed one or two patches, the 360 version is about to get its first batch of downloadable content from Live Arcade. Here are the packages that are going live: 老域名出售

Name:Ground Zero Map
Availability: All Xbox Live regions
Dash Details: Ground Zero Map Lead your army against a rival commander in this 1v1 map featuring a huge meteor impact crater. Download this free map now! This map is also playable in single-player skirmish mode.

Name:Map Pack 1 Developer Interview
Availability: Not available in Japan
Dash Details: Get the developer’s insider tour of the five intense map designs available in Command & Conquer 3 Map Pack One. Discover the key strategies to dominating the Tiberium fields and securing victory, whether you play GDI, NOD or Scrin!

Name:Map Pack 1
Price:500 Points
Availability: Not available in Japan
Dash Details: Map Pack 1 What kind of commander are you? Are you a defensive specialist, an air-superiority junkie, or a clandestine operations fanatic? Whatever your preferred strategy, test your skills and your wits against other commanders in five new multiplayer maps. Ranging from brutal 1v1 shootouts to gigantic 2v2 showdowns, this pack has something for every commander. Includes: Black’s Bigger Battle | Tiber River Valley | Frontier Fracas | Tiberium Gardens III | Tournament Desert Redux. All maps are playable in single-player skirmish mode as well.

Name:Factions Picture Pack
Price:80 Points
Availability: Not available in Japan
Dash Details: Whose side are you on? Support your favorite Command and Conquer 3 faction with these gamerpics! Includes 4 gamerpics: GDI, NOD, Scrin, and unique Tiberium EA logo.

A free map? Our cup runneth over. $6.25 for five new maps is an okay deal, but the dollar for that picture pack…are people buying these things? I'm glad that EA is still supporting the game—and these downloads aren't nearly as annoying as some of the other EA offerings in this area—but I think I'll keep both my nickel and my dime in my pocket.


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