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Point of View GeForce cards bundled with Far Cry 2 and Hell's Highway

Posted on Monday, November 10 2008 @ 17:19:15 CET by

Point of View informed us they're now shipping GeForce GTX 260 and 280 graphics cards in a special gaming bundle with Far Cry 2 and Brother in Arms: Hell’s Highway.
Ubisoft is known for its incredibly immersive games. Games with a natural and exciting game play, top quality graphics, perfect voice acting and not to forget: a story line that puts most movies to shame! It’s no doubt that Ubisoft is one of the most innovating game developers on the planet. In 2004, they shocked the world with Far Cry. Graphics that were uncanny for its time, combined with a smooth game play and cool story line.

Anno 2008, Ubisoft takes this to a whole different level. Far Cry 2 is definitely one of the best games of this year. Explore the realistic African landscape of Far Cry 2 that spans over 50 km². The extensive artistic research has spawned a truly next-generation open world with a detail level that is unprecedented in video game history.

The game Brother in Arms: Hell’s Highway takes place in 1944, during the liberation of the Netherlands in the Second World War. The game tells the story of Operation Market Garden, the journey from Eindhoven; where Point of View’s headquarters is located, to Arnhem. Road 69; the road from Eindhoven to Arnhem was later nicknamed: Hell’s Highway.

On of the most impressive details is that the area of Operating Market garden was completely reconstructed by historical documents and images. The authentic feeling when you walk through the Dutch streets of more than 60 years ago is really uncanny. Street signs, building structures, clothing and even the clinker bricks on the roads dispense a true authentic mood.



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