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Title: Terrorist Takedown: Conflict in Mogadishu
Publisher City Interactive
Format: PC CDROM
Genre: First Person Shooter
Brand: Premiere Silver
Price: £4.99
Age Rating: 16+
Available: 13 June 2008

Terrorist Takedown: Conflict in Mogadishu, 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.

City Interactive’s popular shooter series Terrorist Takedown continues with Conflict in Mogadishu where players once again join their fellow squaddies on another terrorist takedown operation. This time as a member of the elite special operations force, Army Rangers. As the US forces deploy into Mogadishu for Operation Task Force Ranger, get ready for another fast-paced, in-your-face combat – in Mogadishu, the action never stops.

Somalia, 1993: U.S. forces deploy into Mogadishu for Operation Task Force Ranger, and engage in full-scale combat for the first time since the Vietnam war. As member of Army Rangers, the elite special operations force, players will engage the fanatical followers of terrorist warlords in a furious battle for control of the city. Fighting shoulder-to-shoulder with fellow squaddies, you may need to call in air support more than once!

Players should prepare for a challenging campaign in they’ll rescue hostages, hunt down terrorist leaders, hit key enemy facilities, and protect supply convoys from hordes of bandits.

Game Features

• 10 Intense Single Player Missions - Lead your squad through the rebel occupied streets of Mogadishu, Somalia on foot and in heavily armed military vehicles, including HMMVVS and Blackhawks

• Get your hands on nine different models including the M9 Beretta, CAR-15, M16 with M203 Grenade launcher, MG249 SAW, M40A1 Sniper Rifle, Frag Grenade, Shotgun and LAW

• Fight your way through richly varied night and day mssions

• Hunt down the enemy on the ground, and from the air

• In Game Mission Map - with waypoints to help players complete mission objectives

Terrorist Takedown: Conflict in Mogadishu 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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