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Back to News Listing New Carriers at War Screenshots and AAR!

Posted: Tuesday, May 22, 2007 by Matrix Support

Type: Review

Get some never-before-seen digital eye candy and an inside look at the Battle of Coral Sea

Matrix Games and Strategic Studies Group (www.ssg.com.au) are excited to announce new screenshots a new after action report (AAR) for their highly anticipated real time naval warfare title, Carriers at War. The new AAR, written by Gregor Whiley, vice president and lead developer at SSG, shows the intense action and historical realism that comes in Carriers at War as he wages the famous battle at Coral Sea.

 

Gregor Whiley, Vice President of Strategic Studies, added “SSG has been hard at work remaking this timeless classic. We are confident that our efforts will no doubt yield the same addictive gameplay and intense strategic situations that gave the original Carriers at War its fame.”

 

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said “The SSG team has been tremendous in their efforts at their previous wargame titles and so I’m particularly excited to see the results of a remake of one of their timeless classics. This new AAR shows just a small snippet of the great potential Carriers at War brings to the table.”

 

Carriers at War is a WWII naval combat and strategy game set in the Pacific Theatre. Focusing heavily on carrier fleet command strategy, the player will have to use all of their naval prowess to best the enemy. Throughout the myriad of scenarios and campaigns found in Carriers at War history buffs and strategy fans alike will recognize and enjoy playing through famous engagements like including Pearl Harbor, Midway, Coral Sea, Eastern Solomons, and more. To round out the Carriers at War experience, SSG’s latest work will include among the greatest and most challenging AI in wargaming history make this game fun for single player as well as multiplayer.

 

Get more information on Carriers at War from its official Matrix Games webpage and be sure to check out the AAR for the Battle of Coral Sea.

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