Desert Thunder rolls into retail
Groove Games' Unreal-engine-based combat game puts PC gamers inside an experimental tank.
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Desert Thunder, the newest title from Canada's Brainbox Games and Groove Games, has begun to roll into stores nationwide. The game retails for $19.99 and is rated 'T' for teen.
Apparently targeting armor aficionados bored with the firepower the American M1A2 Abrams tank has to offer, the third-person, Unreal engine-based game puts PC gamers at the controls of the M1A6, its experimental cousin. Players must use the M1A6's massive arsenal to foil a terrorist organization in a variety of desert, urban, and industrial settings.
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