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PLYMOUTH, MI – August 22, 2007 – The battle for galactic supremacy rages on in Galactic Civilizations II: Twilight of the Arnor, Stardock Entertainment's latest addition to the award-winning Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords. The final act in the epic Dread Lords saga, Twilight of the Arnor is the second expansion to Stardock's hit turn-based strategy game, further improving on the acclaimed gameplay that has made GC2: Dark Avatar the #1-rated game of 2007 across all platforms (according to GameRankings.com). Galactic Civilizations II: Twilight of the Arnor is scheduled for release in November 2007 for $29.95. Fans of the series can pre-order the expansion at TotalGaming.net now for just $24.95.

Galactic Civilizations II: Twilight of the Arnor includes a massive payload of new content and features requested by the series' devout fanbase. In addition to a new campaign that ties up the Dread Lords saga, Twilight of the Arnor adds civilization-specific technology trees and planetary improvements that add even more flavor to each alien race, while greatly expanding the strategic depth of the game. A vast array of new ships, weapons, starbases and ship components will be available to players, including the devastating Terror Star, which can annihilate entire star systems. Galactic Civilizations II: Twilight of the Arnor requires GC2: Gold Edition or GC2: Dark Avatar. For more information about Galactic Civilizations II: Twilight of the Arnor, visit http://www.galciv2.com/twilight.

A brief list of features follows; more details will become available closer to the game's November release.

* New campaign detailing the final chapter in the Dread Lord wars
* The star destroying new unit, the Terror Star, arrives
* Unique technology trees for all 12 civilizations
* Unique planetary improvements for each civilization
* New 3D-engine-powered map editor
* New Scenario Editor for creating highly detailed custom games
* New Campaign Editor for players who want to create their own custom epic campaigns for themselves or to share with others
* New Metaverse Tournaments: specific maps and scenarios recorded to the Metaverse with prizes for top players
* New Ship: Atlas. Makes ships in a fleet more lethal
* New Ship: Fortitude. Gives ships in a fleet more hit points
* New Ship: Driver. Makes ships in a fleet move faster
* Unique weapons per civilization
* Updated Planetary Invasions
* New enhanced textures and graphics for planets and ships
* New Galaxy Size: Immense (vastly bigger than current galaxy sizes)
* Extra alien portraits and logos
* Legacy of the Telenanth: Detailed back story of Galactic Civilizations
* And more!
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