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ESRB Rating: Teen (13+)
No Man Is an Island
Finally there's something new in the world of first-person shooters. Tribes is a revolutionary action game (set in the Starsiege Universe) designed from the ground up to maximize the multiplayer gaming experience for up to 32 players. Enough single-player missions to get your boots wet, then it's all teamwork. Because no man is an island.
Filled with hate and vengeance, Caleb has returned to face the Cabal and its minions once again - and this time he's not alone. Can he hold the Chosen together long enough to reclaim the Cabal and the heart of his one true love? Or will his actions destroy them all?
Innovative Missions. Deathmatch. Capture the Flag. Last Tribe Standing. Defend & Destroy. Towers.
Got Weapons? Standard-issue blasters and chain guns. But also disk launchers. Mortar guns and sniper rifles for long-distance mayhem. Even a targeting laser that "paints" enemy targets for your teammates.
Choose Your Armor. Light. Medium. Heavy. Upgrade with packs that boost everything from ammo count to shields turrets inside enemy bases.
Flying Vehicles. Hop in. Scout flyers for recon. Light and heavy personnel carriers for troop transport and gunship-like attacks.
Top-Down Commander Screen. Set waypoints (attack, defend, repair) and orchestrate precision attack and defense strategies. Even a TV screen to see what your teammates see.
Voice Communications. "Come get some." Pre-set keyboard-activated messages go well with Tribes "ultra-realistic" animations.
Windows 95/98/NT with Service Pack 3: Pentium 166, 32 MB RAM with 3D graphics accelerator, Pentium 200, 32 MB RAM without a graphics accelerator, LAN card or minimum 28.8 kps modem, 4x CD-ROM, DirectDraw compatible card (minimum SVGA 640x480 @ 256 colors) or 3Dfx Glide compatible 3D accelerator (recommended), DirectSound compatible sound card, mouse, keyboard. Network support: Internet, TCP/IP, IPX.
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