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Uncommon Valor - Campaign for the South Pacific

Uncommon Valor - Campaign for the South Pacific
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Uncommon Valor - Campaign for the South Pacific
Sub Category: Software & PC Games
Product Note: PC CD-Rom
Publish Year: 2005
Restockable: Yes
NKG part #: 2147722383
Mfg. part #: MXG1009
Type: Software (boxed)

Uncommon Valor - Campaign for the South Pacific
Uncommon Valor - Campaign for the South Pacific

Description

Legendary wargame designer Gary Grigsby puts YOU in command of the fiercest fighting in the Pacific War!

Uncommon Valor has detail never before achieved in a game of this scale. From May 1942 until the end of 1943, the fate of the Pacific War hinged on the seas, jungles and mountains of the South Pacific. Uncommon Valor covers the hard-fought campaigns for New Guinea, New Britain, New Ireland and the Solomon Islands. With an innovative game system that tracks every ship, vehicle, aircraft, gun and squad in the conflict, you command hundreds of ships chosen from over 200 ship classes. as well as the vast array of Aircraft that were the Terror of Pacific skies.

PC Gamer Rated 89%: "In my 12 years of reviewing wargames, I’ve never enjoyed a deeper, richer, more historically plausible simulation. It’s a WWII buff’s desktop dream come true."

Uncommon Valor includes all the factors that influenced combat, from the experience level of fighter pilots to the firing arcs of a battleship's guns. Yet there is more to your job than fighting; a simple yet accurate logistics system lets you send supplies to the troops that need them most.

Choose from nineteen historical and hypothetical scenarios ranging from small naval engagements to massive campaigns, including the full Campaign Scenario. Streamlined turns allow players to adjust the speed of the game, making Uncommon Valor a realistic, fast-paced simulation of the most crucial period in the Pacific War.

Famous commanders like Nimitz and Yamamoto held the fate of nations in their hands.

Can you do better?

Game Data:

Complexity: Advance - Grognard
Field of Play: Operational
Historical Period: World War II
Theatre: South Pacific
Unit Scale: Batt. with Ind. Ships & Planes
Turn Play: Selectable 1- 7 day turns
Players: 1 or 2 Players
AI: Either Side
TCP/IP: No
PBEM: Yes
Game Editor: Yes
Resolution: 800x600, 1024x768
Manual: PDF E-Book only, 70 pages

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP
DirectX 8.1
Pentium II 400 MHz CPU
64MB Ram
16 Bit Direct Sound comp. Soundcard
8MB Video Graphics Card 16Bit
8x CD-Rom
900 MB Free Hard Disc Space