As promised the other day by a man on a forum, Command & Conquer 3 is now up on Xbox Live Marketplace in demo form.

It's available to all Xbox Live Gold members for free and weighs in at approximately 1GB.

Unfortunately our Xbox 360 is sitting some 40 miles from here so it's a bit difficult to tell exactly what's provided, but for that sort of file size presumably you can expect at least a few levels and some of those feted live-action cut-scenes.

The full thing - EA's second stab at an Xbox 360 real-time strategy game following last year's Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth 2 - is out on 11th May and if it's anything like the PC version, it should be good, clean, unpretentious trashy fun.

Which is something you'll already know, having read our Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars PC review, isn't it?

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