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ZOOM Battleground 2: Gettysburg
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (GETTYSBGPR)

Talon Soft / Empire Interactive

Game

Ratings:

89% PC Gamer - Editor's Choice

4/5 from  Strategy Plus

TIME: July 1, 1863
PLACE: Gettysburg, Pa

Introducing Volume two of the ground breaking Battleground series of Historical Strategy Games. Featuring the innovative Battleview combat system, Battleground Gettysburg covers the three most crucial days of the Civil War. Take control of Lee's army of Northern Virginia and whip the Yankees back to Maine or command Meade's army of the Potomac and repulse the Rebel invasion.

Unparalled historical accuracy

Stunningly detailed battlefield

Regimental level units

Elegant, easy to use Battleview interface

Play the 1st, 2nd or 3rd day or the whole three day campaign

Scenarios include: Culp's Hill, Devil's Den, Little Round Top, Pickett's Charge and more

Variable command level lets you play some or all of your favorite army

Extensive combat sound and video clips

Requirements:

Windows 3.1 or Windows 95/98/Me/XP, IBM and 100% compatibles, 386DX33 minimum - 486 recommended, 5MB minimum free space on hard drive, double speed CD-ROM drive, 4MB minimum RAM (8MB recommended), Microsoft compatible mouse, 256 color SVGA, 640x480, 800x600, or 1024x768, Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster 16, AWE32, Pro Audio Spectrum, Roland MT 32, Ensoniq Sound Scape, Gravis Ultra Sound, General Midi, and all Windows compatible sound cards.

Reviews:

Strategy Plus by Scott Udell

"...Talonsoft has greatly improved the appearance of the 3-D Battleview mode over their previous release, Ardennes. The rendering of hills, ridges, roads, and even individual farms is very nicely done and appears fairly accurate (to the limits of a hex-based map)..."

"...Despite these small design quibbles, Gettysburg is an entertaining game that does a surprisingly good job at recreating the feel (if not all the details) of the famous battle."



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