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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Laser General

Me and my friends had a rematch last night with Command and Conquer Generals Zero Hour the original Mood. We usually play with random mode, this is to spice up the game with a li'l difficulty with regards to specialized factions, such as me I love to use Air Force General and I find it difficult to make rush strategy with other factions specially with Chinese Generals and GLA.

At this match I was assigned by the computer to take command of General Townes, he make use of advanced technology of laser into warfare with laser turrets and laser tanks. I almost lost this game since my friend took advantage of GLAs purchasing ability and rushed into my line of defense.

After recovering from that rush attack, I was able to retaliate Immediately and broked his defenses at the third try using aurora bombers and with the laser tanks.

One thing I hate with Laser Tanks, never leave your power grid turn yellow! This tanks turn dead when your power is dead, and will send your tanks into a slaughterhouse on the battlefield.

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