"The developers have gained access to a wealth of historical documents and have made great use of these to ensure an accurate reconstruction of the city and the events of the battle", said Davide Bordegoni, Product Manager. "The player can choose between two detailed campaigns, taking command of the Wehrmacht as they launch repeated attacks in order to conquer the city, or lead the Red Army in their desperate, but ultimately successful, defence".
"We are delighted with the quality and commercial potential of "Stalingrad", added Marco Minoli, Marketing Manager of Black Bean, "and we are looking forward to a strong partnership with 1C Company moving forward".
"We are very delighted that not only Russian gamers, but people all across Europe will have a chance to play Stalingrad. 1C is really satsified of this deal with Black Bean. We are very happy to work with such an enthusiastic and professional partner", said Nikolay Baryshnikov, International Sales Director at 1C Company. "Stalingrad is the game that provides authentic historical experience and intense gameplay. I'm pretty sure it will appeal to all WW II game fans", Baryshnikov adds."Stalingrad" will be released on PC CD.Rom in March 2005, in English, German, French, Spanish & Italian and will feature extra content both on the CD and in the accompanying booklet.
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