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Battleship: The Game Released

Battleship

It's time to engage in an epic battle at sea and on shore as Hasbro and Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard Inc. announced that  BATTLESHIP  the video game is available today at retail outlets nationwide. The game takes a hybrid approach combining military strategy and fast-paced first-person action gaming as players take control of a powerful naval fleet and experience the cinematic action of war at sea.  BATTLESHIP is now available for the Xbox 360 , PlayStation 3, Wii and the Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS hand-held systems.

Working with the legendary BATTLESHIP  property, and the new epic action-adventure from Universal Pictures, we felt it was important to capture some of the cinematic drama while allowing players to experience the action from a unique perspective, we want both movie-goers and gamers of all ages to dive into an all new, fun BATTLESHIP  experience.
- David Oxford, Activision Publishing

Combining military strategy and fast-paced first-person shooter gameplay, players take control of a powerful naval fleet in this re-envisioned version of  BATTLESHIP.  Trapped in a "dome" of alien-terror on the Hawaiian Islands, where support communications have been put to a halt, players commandeer real-world naval vessels, including Destroyers, Carriers, and even the famous  U.S.S. Missouri as action-packed sea battles against alien invaders ensue across land, sea, and air.

With numerous gaming platforms available today, it is important to showcase  BATTLESHIP  on many different levels, the new  BATTLESHIP  is the perfect medley that both strategic and action-junkie gamers will fall in love with.
- Mark Blecher, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Digital Media and Marketing at Hasbro"

In BATTLESHIP for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 systems, first person run-and-gun gameplay meets tactical battle command.  Playing as Cole Mathis, a first class Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician, players will deploy air strikes and radar sweeps to monitor and dominate the marine battlefield.  With killer-combat instincts, players must lock-and-load an arsenal of weapons like machine guns and missile launchers to send the invaders packing.

In the Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and DS versions, players are in control of a wide variety of naval units, including Cruisers, Submarines, and Patrol Boats in exciting turn-based combat with a team of specialized commanders.  With different play modes to choose from, including Story and quick-battle Skirmish, players will unlock new maps, units, and leaders to turn the tide of battle.

BATTLESHIP  is available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 system for a suggested retail price of $59.99, and is rated "T" (Teen) by the ESRB.  The game is also available for the Wii system for $39.99, the DS for $24.99and the Nintendo 3DS for $29.99.  All Nintendo versions are rated "E10+" (Everyone 10 and older) by the ESRB.  For more information, please visit  www.battleshipthevideogame.com.

Kaostic | 16th May, 2012
Dead Alive's picture
Is it wrong to just laugh and go on pretending this whole thing never happened?

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