ROGUE SPEAR INFILTRATES GAMERANGER
Perth, Western Australia -- December 18, 2000 -- Scott Kevill today announced the addition of a new game title to GameRanger, the Macintosh multiplayer online gaming service. In addition to the 52 previous titles, gamers can now play Rogue Spear, the sequel to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six.
Rogue Spear is the highly anticipated sequel to Rainbow Six. Back in full force is Tom Clancy's hallmark realism and suspense. From a hostage situation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to an airplane hijacking, team Rainbow battles deadly terrorists to save the world again. With both real-world strategy and explosive action, features include new weapons and full sniper support. With over 400 new motion capture moves, terrorists and hostages will react even more realistically.
Team members no longer bunch up in tight quarters, and can now move in a crouch and peek around corners. Enhanced levels of details ensure a heightened sense of realism: the frozen breaths of team members will be seen puffing from their mouths; footprints are left behind in snow and mud; all-new wound effects on terrorists and hostages, and added damage effects on in-game objects adds to the intense game play. Guide your team with a joystick, add more terrorists with the mission editor, and send friends a copy of your greatest attack with the cinematic replay feature.
GameRanger, the Macintosh multiplayer online gaming service, was first introduced for public beta testing in July 1999 with support for 11 game titles, and had already received many rave reviews, including an award of "Best Internet Gaming Achievement" by Macworld Magazine in their 1999 Hall of Fame. GameRanger now has over 37,000 members and support for 53 popular game titles.
GameRanger is available as a free download, at <http://www.GameRanger.com>.
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