Ships Ahoy - WWII Tank Commander

Got Game Entertainment sends word that WWII Tank Commander is rolling into stores, and should be available in North America this weekend:

Non-stop military action game in an easy to pick-up-and-play style for the PC lands in North American stores this weekend

WESTON, CT – February 9, 2005 – Got Game Entertainment and Merscom today announced that "WWII Tank Commander", a non-stop military action game for the PC, will begin arriving this weekend in game retailers across North America. Developed by Sylum Entertainment Ltd, "WWII Tank Commander" features an easy to pick-up-and-play style. World War II buffs, tank enthusiasts, and casual gamers will waste no time destroying enemy armor and infantry, escorting Allied convoys, rescuing hostages, and helping free Europe from Nazi rule in command of their Sherman tank in General Patton's Fourth Armored Division. "WWII Tank Commander" is rated "T" for Teen by the ESRB for Violence. The game debuts for a suggested retail price of $19.95 (USD).

The gameplay of "WWII Tank Commander" is addictive as you rumble off road, exploring the historical World War II European landscape. As gunfire, mines, tracer fire, and explosions rip around you, experience fences, walls, and enemy obstacles crush beneath your Sherman tank, as you search for alternate routes to victory in more than 30 objectives over 10 levels, featuring multiple mission styles with objectives such as Assault, Escort, Defense, and Rescue.

"'WWII Tank Commander' is pure pick-up-and-play addictive," said Got Game Entertainment founder Howard Horowitz. "If you’re ready to be the hero in command of a powerful Sherman tank, immersed in non-stop World War II action, engaging the enemy and fighting the good fight, then this is the game for you."

To further your battlefield immersion, “WWII Tank Commander” also features AMD64-optimization and the knock-out sound of EAX(R) ADVANCED HD(TM) 4.0, with any Creative Lab's sound card, to make the campaigns of "Patton's Best" come thrillingly alive.

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