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In the Future, there Will Be No Violence. No Hatred. No War. Yeah, Right.
For years, you've been hearing about "real-time strategy." Finally, Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3 delivers the kind of action you want. With 30+ frames a second in all 4 resolutions, Dominion is real real time for quick play. The most sophisticated AI ever allows your enemies to build bases, perform cooperative group attacks and feint attacks. Eight-player multiplayer allows deathmatching and cooperative modes. Incredible gameplay, animation and speed make Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3 the real-time strategy game that really lives up to its name.
It was just a little over a month ago that an Earth deep space probe encountered a transmission from an orbiting beacon near the third planet of what has come to be called the 'Gift System'. The transmitted message warned of a mysterious Messiah capable of wielding a vast amount of power. Though little is known of its origin, many believe such a device could very well bring peace to whichever race manages to find it and harness its power. The stakes couldn't be higher, and diplomats from four races have been in constant communications since word of the discovery of the beacon spread through the galaxy. The Scorp. The Mercs. The Darken. All are vying for control of the Humans on Earth over this Messiah. Human ambassadors offered to create a coalition to oversee whatever new technology was discovered on the planet, but the plan was rejected The talks degenerated from there. And even though there is still a glimmer of hope that an armed conflict may be averted if negotiations can be resumed, troops on all fronts are poised for battle. Military officials fear that the struggle for control of the device could ignite an intergalactic conflict of catastrophic proportions. Tensions are running high and details are sketchy at this point, but sources confirm that hostilities have broken out on the planet's surface. Any hopes for a peaceful solution have just been dashed. The war has begun.
Windows 95/NT 4.0: IBM Pentium 166 (or 100% compatible) computer with 32MB of RAM (P200 with 64MB recommended), 2MB video card (4MB for higher resolutions), Sound card supported by Windows 95/NT Direct Sound, 190MB of free hard disk space, 8 speed or better CD-ROM drive, mouse supported by Windows 95 or NT. Network - Modem - Null Modem - TCP/IP: any network supported by Windows 95/NT 4.0 Direct Play, DirectX5.0 or better, DirectX 5.0a patch.
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