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Posted on Saturday, December 24 2005 @ 20:58:00 Eastern

I was just looking at my massive Command & Conquer collection. I have pretty much every title in the series and the Red Alert series, aside from Sole Survivor, Covert Ops and Retalliation. But, looking at them all reminds me of the terrible fate that befell Westwood Studios earlier this year. For, the once proud RTS kingpins were absorbed by the tyrrany of Electronic Arts. I know that Westwood was just a branch of EA, but now they aren't even that. Join me in mourning the loss of Westwood Studios. No more C&C, no more Red Alert, no more Dune, no more Lands of Lore. *sob*
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