This version of Command and Conquer has been built from the ground up for the Nintendo 64, with new missions and graphics not available anywhere else. Other Nintendo 64 bonuses include the ability to fight from elevated terrain (instead of strictly the flatlands) and being able to configure controls on the fly, switching between Medium and High-Resolution modes (the latter requires the Expansion Pak). Players can save up to two games in progress, and completed missions can be replayed again and again to spot flaws in how the enemy works. There is also the option of going to war as either the GDI peacekeepers or the terrorist organization known as the Brotherhood of Nod. Both forces have their advantages and disadvantages, and no matter which side you choose you'll have your hands full amassing an army large enough to carry out your objectives.