Terrorist Takedown : Conflict In Mogadishu

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Somalia, 1993: U.S. forces deploy into Mogadishu for Operation Task Force
Ranger, and engage in full-scale combat for the first time since the
Vietnam war. As a member of the Army Rangers, the elite special operations
force, you’ll engage the fanatical followers of terrorist warlords in a
furious battle for control of the city

Fighting shoulder-to-shoulder with fellow squaddies, you may need to call
in air support more than once! Prepare for a challenging campaign in which
you’ll rescue hostages, hunt down terrorist leaders, hit key enemy
facilities, and protect supply convoys from hordes of bandits. Get ready
for fast-paced, in-your-face combat – in Mogadishu, the action never stops!

10 Intense Single Player Missions: Lead your squad through the rebel
occupied streets of Mogadishu, Somalia on foot and in heavily armed
military vehicles, including HMMVVS and Blackhawks

9 Authentic Military Weapons: Includes the M9 Beretta, CAR-15, M16 with
M203 Grenade launcher, MG249 SAW, M40A1 Sniper Rifle, Frag Grenade
Shotgun and LAW

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#Pentium III/750 MHz. CPU
# Windows 98/ME/2000/XP with DirectX 9.0 or higher (included on CD)
# 128 MB of RAM (Windows 2000/XP requires a minimum of 256 MB of RAM.)
# 32 MB DirectX 9 compatible video card with Hardware Transform and Lighting (HW-T&L) [Minimum ATI Radeon 7200 or nVidia GeForce 2 required. Video cards based on Intel Extreme, nVidia TNT2 and ATI Rage Pro/128 chipsets are not supported.]
# 16-bit DirectX 9 compatible sound card
# 1GB Hard Disk Space
# 4x CD-ROM
# Keyboard, Mouse

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