Aspyr Newsletter: Ghost Recon Shipping
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Aspyr Media has released the October edition of their monthly newsletter and in it they announce several things, including that the Tom Clancy tactical shooter Ghost Recon is now shipping. In Ghost Recon you command an elite team of U.S. Army Green Berets through a series of demolitions, search and rescue missions and all-out fights for survival. Select, train and lead the offensive spearhead as the first team deployed and the last team to leave.
Here's a snippet from the newsletter:
Aspyr™ Media, Inc. announced today that Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon™ and the Ghost Recon: Desert Siege™ Expansion Pack has shipped for the Macintosh. Carbonized conversion was done by Kevin Parichan and Phil Britt. The system requirements are as follows:
Developed by Ubi Soft's Red Storm Entertainment studio, and published for the PC by Ubi Soft Entertainment, the amazing combat experience Ghost Recon and the Desert Siege Expansion Pack come together to turn your Macintosh into a pivotal wartime control center. In Ghost Recon, Russia has fallen to ultra-nationalistic leaders driven to rebuild the Iron Curtain. In the Desert Siege Expansion Pack, a 60-year conflict boils over as Ethiopia invades its smaller neighbor Eritrea, threatening the world's most vital shipping lanes. Whenever there is a military conflict, the Ghosts are the first in action!
PowerMac with G3/G4 ProcessorTo check out the entire newsletter, head over to the Aspyr web site. Be sure to also check out IMG's preview of Ghost Recon. And don't forget, Ghost Recon is available for pre-order through the IMG Store.
450 MHz or faster Processor
128 MB of built-in RAM (256 MB if running Mac OS X)
1 GB available hard disk space
ATI Rage 128 with 16 MB of VRAM (or better video card)
IMG Preview: Ghost Recon
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