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Back to News Listing New Images for Larry Bond’s Harpoon – Commanders Edition

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2007 by Sean Drummy

Type: ScreenShots

Surface contact! New Harpoon – Commanders Edition screenshots now available!
Matrix Games and Advanced Gaming Systems (www.advancedgaming.biz) are excited to announce the release of a new pack of screenshots for Larry Bond’s Harpoon – Commanders Edition. Sporting plenty of improvements to the AI and modeling system, Harpoon – Commanders Edition takes the enormous success of the original Harpoon series and adds plenty improvements and tweaks!

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said “Harpoon – Commanders Edition provides all armchair admirals with great visual detail and immersion while still providing the unparalleled realism and accuracy found in the original Harpoon series.”

Don Gilman of Advanced Gaming Systems also commented “We’re proud of the improvements we’ve furnished the Harpoon engine with without sacrificing an ounce of realism and accuracy current fans of the Harpoon system know and love. Harpoon – Commanders Edition offers a great blend of visual appeal and solid naval warfare simulation.”


Larry Bond’s Harpoon – Commander’s Edition is the latest addition to the longstanding naval warfare simulation series that has brought awards and accolades from naval strategy fans and military personnel alike.Like its predecessors, Harpoon – Commander’s Edition allows players to assume the role of a fleet commander, making the same type of decisions he has to make, using the same type and quality of information he might expect to get in wartime. 


As players take to the seas and command a huge variety of ships in an equally as varied choice of theaters and historical conflicts, naval officers and naval strategy fans alike will revel in experiencing the depth and richness of Harpoon – Commander’s Edition’s gameplay with all new features, art, and more! Featuring an accurate and editable database of platforms, weapons, and sensors players can fight one of hundreds provided scenarios covering the height of the Cold War to Pirates in Malaysia, or use the provided editors to create their own.


Click here to check out the new screenshots.

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