NEWS - Tuesday, July 23, 2002


Gotham Games takes over Conflict:Desert Storm

GOTHAM GAMES ANNOUNCES THE NEXT LEVEL IN TACTICAL MILITARY ACTION WITH THE FALL 2002 RELEASE OF CONFLICT: DESERT STORM
Command Troops From The World’s Most Feared Special Operations Units And Take On Saddam’s Forces On The PlayStation®2, Xbox™ and PC Former British Special Air Service Officer Cameron Spence Signed On To Lend Gulf War Expertise To Ultra-Realistic Desert Combat Game New York, NY – July 23, 2002 – Time to put your training to use as you snake across the sands of Iraq to battle Saddam and his ruthless army. Gotham Games, a new division of Take Two Interactive Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO), announced today the new title Conflict: Desert Storm, available this fall for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, Xbox™ Video Game system from Microsoft®, and PC. Presenting the next step in tactical military gaming, Conflict: Desert Storm is based on the events of the 1991 Gulf War as players control an elite U.S. Delta Force or British Special Air Service (SAS) unit that has been ordered behind enemy lines. Gamers fight through 15 intense missions -- utilizing advanced training and stealth techniques and a vast array of weaponry -- in order to destroy key Iraqi targets and ultimately put an end to Saddam’s reign of terror. "With Conflict: Desert Storm, gamers will experience the awesome power of a squad of elite commandos as they easily control each member of their four-man team in the battle against Saddam,” said Jamie Leece, President of Gotham games. “The game immerses players in an ultra-realistic warfare environment, placing them in situations where they must employ true military tactics in order to complete the missions.” In order to present the most realistic depiction of the intense ground war in Iraq, Gotham Games recruited Cameron Spence, a former high-ranking SAS officer who served in Desert Storm, as a technical consultant. The result is the most authentic experience in modern combat gaming with stunningly rendered desert and urban environments and complete control of a four-man squad of elite combatants.
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