Gone are the cries of "I wish I'd seen his face," as EA announces camera support for the 360 version of Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars.

"You can now literally see the face of your opponent while you decimate him in Xbox Live battles. Plus, for the winner, the Spotlight cam gives you an unchallenged ten seconds of fame to let your enemy know exactly how you feel about your victory."

We know how we'd celebrate: it involves a fairy-liquid bottle and three ripe bananas. What form will your victory dance take, readers?

As well as camera support, EA is offering 360 gamers exclusive multiplayer Capture the Flag and Siege modes. The gameplay and user interface are going to be built from the ground up, which we expect will be very similar to the control system in The Battle for Middle-Earth II.

The PC version of the game will launch on the 28th March, with the console release following later in the year.

Meanwhile you can see what executive producer for the game, Mike Verdu, had to say when we recently caught up with him.

Alternatively you can tank-rush over to the game's website for more information.

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