The PSX version of Commmand And Conquer is a re-vamped version of the original game, plus six extra levels and fifteen covert operations missions. As expected, there's a large array of detailed military hardware at your disposal, and a wide range of missions, whichever side you pledge your allegiance to. Yes, this means you can play the role of baddie-terrorist organisation Brotherhood of Nod-or side with the good guys, the peacekeeping force Global Defence Initiative.
Depending on the successes of your initial missions, you can begin to construct your own field base, static or mobile. As you progress through your missions, you have the opportunity to make additions to your base, such as a power plant, barracks, weapons factory and airfield. Believe me, these improvements are essential if you want to complete the later missions, because it gets real tough.
Command And Conquer comes as a two disc package, so you can imagine the depth of this game. There's plenty of scope for violent conduct and causing mayhem on a large scale. For those with a dictator complex, and a penchant for blowing things up, C&C will more than satisfy.