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Publisher:                           Activision
Developer:                          Cauldron
Release Date:                    November 14th, 2006
Platforms:                          Playstation 2, XBOX 360, and Windows PC
Suggested Retail Price:  $49.99 -- Xbox 360
                                              $39.99 -- Playstation 2
                                              $29.99 -- PC-CD Rom
ESRB Rating:                     Teen


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
Immerse yourself in the intensity, carnage, and chaos of the war that divided a nation!  Experience history brought to life in the first ever first-person action game based on the Civil War.  Play as a Confederate or Union soldier in America’s most historic battles including Gettysburg, Bull Run and Antietam.  Use authentic firearms, fight in intense hand-to-hand combat, place explosives, sabotage enemy artillery, destroy buildings, and more!

KEY FEATURES:
•    America’s Most Historic Battles – Twelve of the most famous battles in the Nation’s history including Gettysburg, Bull Run and Antietam.  Experience famous locations such as Little Round Top and Lookout Mountain and diverse landscapes including train yards, saw mills, military forts, trenches, towns and large open battlefields.

•    Intense Hand-to-Hand Fighting – Experience the intense chaos of the Civil War including close quarters and melee fighting using bayonets, sabers, the butt of your gun and even your fists in the midst of raging battles.

•    Wide Variety of Battlefield Combat – Enlist realistic battle strategies including line fighting, artillery barrages, urban assaults, sniping, stealth and sabotage.  Set charges, place explosives, sabotage enemy telegraph lines, destroy buildings, enemy fortifications and more to complete mission objectives.

•    Authentic Weaponry of the Civil War – Authentic Civil War weapons transport gamers to the battlefields armed with repeating rifles, multiple types of grenades, exploding artillery, gatling guns, revolvers, bayonets, muskets, sabers and more!

•    Awesome Cinematic War Experience – Battles come to life amidst exploding artillery, whistling bullets, falling comrades and much more!

•    Incredible realism and historical accuracy -- Battlefield recreations are based on topographical maps and photographs from the actual battlegrounds. Each level begins with a documentary video describing the historic moments in each battle, movements of armies, local fights, historical photos and battle statistics.

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