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Back to News Listing Decisive Battles Goes to Italy: Battles in Italy Released

Posted: Wednesday, May 25, 2005 by Matrix Support

Type: News

Award Winning Series Brings New Features in a New Location with Battles in Italy! Matrix GamesĀ and Strategic Studies Group (SSG) (www.ssg.com.au) are very pleased to announce that the next game in the Decisive Battles Series, Battles in Italy, is now available for purchase from the Matrix Games web store. Battles in Italy brings the award-winning series to three pivotal battles: Sicily (Operation Husky), Salerno (Operation Avalanche), and the unfortunate Operation Shingle, the invasion at Anzio.

Battles in Italy is an operational wargame that takes you to three of the toughest fought battles in the Mediterranean -- the invasions of Sicily, Salerno, and Anzio.  You are given complete control of either the allies or the axis armies and must utilize strategy and tactics to overcome your opponent.  All three campaigns incorporate many new improvements and enhancements to the Decisive Battles series.  Some of these updates include rules for surrender, political units, cooperation between countries, and improved amphibious invasions!

The Decisive Battles of World War II Series has won a number of awards, including War Game of the Year from both Computer Gaming World and Gamespy, Editor's Choice from PC Gamer, and The Wargamer's Award for Excellence.  The series features an operational setting with an easy to use interface.  The game is approachable by beginners and masters with customizeable AI options to give any skill level a run for their money.  Battles in Italy comes with an extended tutorial to help new players get started.

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