Act of War: High Treason - PC
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- New campaign featuring the characters from the original game plus a new cast of characters who interact to create another classic techno-thriller.
- New naval combat provides a fully-fledged modern naval RTS within the game itself.
- Nine "units for hire" that range from close assault troops with Benelli shotguns to Roland SAM systems, SU-25 Froogfoot CAS aircraft, and even F-117 stealth bombers that can be called into any part of the map.
- Each faction receives new units and upgrades such as Stinger infantry and Kiowa recon helicopters for the U.S. Army, Tu-126 Bombers and Hind AT-6 missiles for the Consortium, and GUOS mine upgrades.
- A dramatic increase in multiplayer options including: map wealth, resource sharing, super-weapons on/off, resource harvesting speed settings, and unit lethality toggling as well as new game modes such as "Marine One Down" and "SCUD Launcher"
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I would say that this is one of the better C&C style games in recent years, though certainly not the best, it is none the less still very good.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Both this and the original are two of the best games ever....if you are running a 32-bit system with less than 3mb ram. Neither game was meant to run 64-bit with more ram.Published on May 28, 2013 by subkiller
this was a good game for its time I stil play it now and then, if you can find it give it a tryPublished on January 23, 2013 by Andrew
I love the timely shipping and ease of the website. The product however did not come with a CD Key to activate the game. Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Ryan
...in order for the game to run properly. My original AOW works fine but this new game needs a patch. I had trouble installing it. Read morePublished on October 22, 2007 by G G
Gosh, it took me a few weeks to get this one done. The second part of the Act of War series still had its great gameplay and beautiful wartime graphics but there is something... Read morePublished on July 23, 2007 by Ralphus-San