Red Alert

Which reminds me, and I guess I’m late again with posting, but you can get a free Red Alert (yes, *the* original) @ the EA website. Yes, they actually give out free stuff too (the thieves!). But don’t forget, it’s no more than a commercial stunt to get you to preorder Red Alert 3.

Go and get it here, or direct links here: Soviet disc (0.5Gb), Allied disc (0.5Gb).

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Not even two hours after I posted it. They got scanning bots or what?!

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