Dual-Media ProSIM Products Now Available

Maybe it began years ago with the Polaroid camera. Perhaps instant coffee. Or the diabolical offer of one-hour martinizing. Regardless of its origins, the fact that consumers want things fast is here to stay, and now gamers can take advantage of their speedy 'net connections to download some of ProSIM Company's hottest command-time simulation titles.

Shrapnel Games has now made available for immediate pay and play BCT: Brigade Combat Team, ATF: Armored Task Force, and Raging Tiger: The Second Korean War. Best of all gamers won't have to make a decision between buying a download version or a physical version, they'll get both. And for no extra charge.

That's right, whether you're the gamer who worries that their downloads may one day vanish in a hard drive meltdown, or the gamer who wants to be up and playing within minutes of purchase, everyone ends up satisfied with the new ProSIM dual-media lineup. Once purchased users will have access to a link to download the game, allowing immediate play time while waiting for the physical CD to arrive. The physical product includes not only the CD (no need to back up your download) but also a full printed manual (no manual is included with the download).

ProSIM titles are some of the most realistic commercially available modern wargames, used by defense contractors and professional military services on a regular basis. The current lineup of dual-media ProSIM products includes:
- BCT: Brigade Combat Team: The game that started it all.
- Brigade/regimental level, real-world scenarios, tons of heavy metal destruction. Includes the original game, the expansions, and the construction set.
- ATF: Armored Task Force: The little engine that could. ATF is the driving force behind titles such as The Falklands War: 1982, The Star and the Crescent, and Raging Tiger: The Second Korean War. Digital elevation maps, hyperdetailed equipment database, unforgiving AI, and more make this a must-have title for any modern military fan.
- Raging Tiger: The Second Korean War: Take on one-third of the Axis of Evil in this hypothetical future simulation using the ATF game engine. Designed by Curt Pangracs, who also designed The Star and the Crescent, focusing on several Arab-Israeli conflicts. With the ATF engine as its core you get all the bells and whistles along with added enhancements such as refugees and other ongoing military operations in the war zone.

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