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If you want to play RA2 I would suggest just making an Origin account and buying the C&C ultimate collection (around $20 for 9 games (17 games if you count expansions separately), each of which would have been ~$60 10-25 years ago).
So if C&C Remastered does well. The next 2 best C&C games: Tiberian Sun/Firestorm & Red Alert 2/Yuri's Revenge would get the same treatment.
Doesn't Yuri's Revenge have both the Allies & Soviets pull off a Back to the Future? If so, then where's the famous DeLorean Time Machine?
Next two best? Surely you jest, RA2 was always the best title of the bunch.
What is this, Stockholm Syndrome justification? I actually own two disc copies of Red Alert 2, and all those games in that collection. Most want RA2 and Generals on Steam so they don't have to ♥♥♥♥ around with Origin.
It's already free.