GS: The Soviets have traditionally been labeled the "bad guy" faction, at least by us patriotic Americans. What strategies serve the Soviets, and what kind of player do you think will enjoy using this faction the most?
Chris Corry: Hold on there, buster! Bad guys?!? It all depends on your point of view. We love all three of the game's factions. The game has three campaigns, one for each faction, and when you play the Soviet campaign you'll quickly learn just how dastardly those Allied capitalist pigs can be (not to mention the ruthless techno-cultists leading the Empire of the Rising Sun).GS: Tim Curry frightened many children as Pennywise the clown in Stephen King's It. Tell us about the Hollywood talent you've enlisted to lead the Soviet faction.
Chris Corry: The game's opening movie is all about the Soviets. Given that it's a five-minute-long affair that kicks off the events of the entire game, we knew we had to bring in actors that had a commanding screen presence and could sell the admittedly outrageous story setup. The Soviet story arc predominately features three characters. In addition to the great Tim Curry, the Soviets are joined by Andrew Divoff playing General Krukov and Peter Stormare as Dr. Zelinsky.
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