Commanders: Attack of the Genos Media Update

Title: Commanders: Attack of the Genos
Publisher: Sierra Online
Developer: Southend
Category: Turn Based Strategy
Platform: Xbox LIVE Arcade, PC Online (Box Product and Digital Distribution)
Availability: Q4 2007
ESRB Rating: Pending

Overview: Commanders: Attack of the Genos is a gripping turn-based tactical game with a combination of strategic troop placement and entertaining head-to-head warfare. Featuring a 1930’s art deco look and feel, players will use missile launchers, bombers and infantry to amputate the enemies’ defenses and conquer the land. Players can choose to challenge the computer AI in a 15-mission campaign across three different landscapes or battle against three friends either locally or online in four intense multiplayer modes – Versus, Team Play, Player vs. CPU or same-system Skirmish.

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Features:

– Players can choose to challenge the computer AI in a 15-mission campaign across three different landscapes with two different difficulty levels or battle against three friends either locally or online in four intense multiplayer modes – Versus, Team Play, Player vs. CPU or same-system Skirmish.
– 15 Unit Types to choose from to fight alongside your Commander
– Unique look and feel with a intriguing 1930’s art deco, War of the Worlds dynamic

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