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Title: Sniper: Art of Victory
Publisher City Interactive
Format: PC DVDROM
Genre: First person shooter
Brand: Premiere Silver
Price: £4.99
Age Rating: 16+
Available: 13 June 2008

Sniper: Art of Victory, a first person shooter game for the PC launches from City Interactive’s Premiere Silver range of brand new games priced at just £4.99. Players are invited to take on the role of the hidden and deadly marksmen used in key turning points of WWII. Advanced ballistic system utilizing wind and gravity, realistic sniper rifles including the Mosin-Nagant PU and Mauser 98KS and a unique sniper weapons' shooting system which takes into account the shooter's condition makes Sniper: Art of Victory a must have for shooter fans.

It is autumn of 1942. Stalingrad is under siege of the Third Reich armies. The Soviet commanders order a counter offensive. In November, Marshall Zukov rallies approximately a million people around Stalingrad together with 1500 tanks, 2500 heavy cannons and three aircraft armies. His plan is to surround and cut off the 6th Army of General Friedrich Paulus and a part of the 4th Panzer Army. This way, the besieging armies will be surrounded themselves.

WW II was a theatre of war for many specialised combat units, working together to ensure an army’s victory. Among them a unique role was played by hidden and deadly marksmen. Their ability to lay motionless waiting for the perfect shot together with their professional equipment allowed them to change the course of the history with one pull of a trigger. The players take on the role of a sharpshooter to eliminate the Nazi general, who came to support the Germans laying siege to Stalingrad. They will have to make their way through areas occupied by the Third Reich to reach their units and help support the Alliance forces during their offensive on the Italian Peninsula to break the resistance of the retreating Wehrmacht forces.

Game Features:

• Advanced ballistic system utilising wind and gravity

• Realistic sniper rifles including Mosin-Nagant PU and Mauser 98KS

• Faithfully reproduced uniforms and equipment of the Third Reich soldiers

• Numerous vehicles including Tiger and Panzer IV tanks; Messerschmitt 109 and Henkel 111 aircrafts.

• Unique sniper weapons shooting system, which takes into account the players condition (breathing, concentration).

• Realistic locations accurately recreate the atmosphere of Russia and the Italian Peninsula during the war.

• Easy to install and fun to play! Eight levels providing hours of entertainment.

Sniper: Art of Victory is just one of six brand new PC games launched this month by City Interactive, one of Poland’s largest games developers and international multi-format publishers. The new releases are from the Silver Premiere collection priced just £4.99 and follow hot on the heels of the first three Gold Premiere titles launched in May which marked City Interactive’s long awaited UK arrival.
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