Atari, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATAR) today announced that Act of War: Direct Action, a near-future, techno-thriller for personal computer, featuring a story created by New York Times best-selling author Dale Brown has shipped to retailers nationwide.
"Atari is excited to see this innovative game make its debut on retail shelves nationwide," said Wim Stocks, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Atari. "This is an opportunity for Atari to answer the call from consumers worldwide who want more from their interactive entertainment experience."
Act of War: Direct Action is a graphically stunning and frighteningly plausible tale of suspense, international intrigue and geopolitical military conflict. Through a techno-thriller story constructed by military expert and author Dale Brown, this real-time strategy experience puts players squarely in control of counterterrorist forces to defend cities of the world. As commander of a newly formed anti-terror military unit known as the Talon Task Force, players will need to recruit combat units, develop technologies, manage finite resources, and deploy their forces against a cunning and ruthless terror network.
Developed by Eugen Systems with a storyline and game universe created in cooperation with Dale Brown, New York Times best-selling author and expert on US military, global conflict and future military technology, Act of War: Direct Action is available now for personal computer at retailers nationwide at a suggested retail price $49.99.