POINT OF VIEW, well known for its range of NVIDIA based Graphics cards, is announcing today the release of the Special Edition game bundle of Brother in Arms: Hell’s Highway.
The Brother in Arms series is one of the most critically acclaimed historically accurate war-sim games. With the latest installment: Hell’s Highway, Ubisoft really has raised the bar for this type of games.
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On of the most impressive details is that the area of Operating Market garden was completely reconstructed by historical documents and images.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.
Furthermore the game is packed with hardcore ragdoll effects, a destroyable covering system and innovative adrenaline effects system. To boost these effects, the game also has native support for the Philips amBX system.
Get the most out of the game with the Point of View GeForce 9 and 200 Series graphics cards, supporting DirectX 10, Shader model 4.0 and High Definition movie support. The bundle will be available with graphics cards from GeForce 9800 GT and up. Keep your eyes open for the Special box of this ultimate gaming bundle or contact your POV retailer for more information and availability.
The Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway bundle will also be available in the unique POV / Philips / Ubisoft bundle, containing a GeForce 9500 GT 512mb DDR3 or GeForce 9600GT 512mb DDR3 graphics card, the Philips amBX sound and lighting system and a full version of the game.
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About Point of View Graphics
Point of View, well known for its range of NVIDIA based Graphics cards, is established in the year 2000. Since its inception, the sales of Point of View graphics cards have grown exponentially and our brand can now be seen in more than 70 countries world-wide. The headquarters of Point of View is based in the Netherlands where we operate the market with a European, multi-lingual sales team. However, our offices include: Point of View Belgium, Point of View France, Point of View Spain, Point of View Italy, Point of View Taiwan, Point of View China, Point of View USA and Point of View Brazil.
As a high-end brand, Point of View holds a European vision on its product quality control and customer service and support. With excellent warranty conditions, efficient RMA handling and great technical support, Point of View prides itself on a very high level of service. Our focus is on supporting our distributors and partners to supply top quality products and present an exciting and marketable brand to retailers.
A leading creator, publisher and distributor of video games, Ubisoft has grown considerably over the past two decades as a result of our strategy centered on the creation of strong brands, in-house development, and a vast global distribution network. This has allowed us to not only produce innovative, high-quality titles but also acquire an in-depth knowledge of our consumers and their expectations. Strong brands play a pivotal role in Ubisofts strategy, ensuring the group's recurrent revenue and long-term financial health. Ubisoft is fortunate enough to have a portfolio of 13 multimillion unit-selling brands that today represent approximately two-thirds of its annual turnover. The company furthermore plans to create three new brands every two years, expanding its catalogue to new market segments.