Real War Takes On Terrorism

Simon & Schuster Interactive will release the next entry in the best-selling Real War game series for PC early Oct. 2002. Real War: Rogue States takes its cues from current world affairs, pitting gamers against terrorists around the globe.

The United States has learned that the Independent Liberation Army (ILA) is being backed by a rogue state. It was thought the ILA was destroyed, but this new sponsor has re-energized the ILA and equipped it with even more lethal technology. The gamer’s task is to destroy this alliance and punish the offending country.

Being developed by Rival Interactive, a newly formed sister company to Cornerstone, Real War: Rogue States will offer 14 new single player missions, 20 new skirmish maps and a host of new multiplayer options.

Rear War: Rogue States (WindowsXP/2000/ME/98/95) is rated “T” or “Teen” by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).

More information can be found at www.real-war.com.