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1C Company and Aspyr Media Announce Two New PC Titles for North America

June 15, 2009

1C Company and Aspyr Media Announce Two New PC Titles for North America

Death to Spies: Moment of Truth and XIII Century Gold Edition to Ship This Year

Aspyr Media has partnered with the leading Eastern and Central European publisher 1C Company to bring two new PC games to North America. Death to Spies: Moment of Truth and XIII Century Gold Edition, which includes both XIII Century: Death or Glory and the upcoming sequel XIII Century: Blood of Europe, will ship to retail outlets and be available for digital download this summer. Like previous 1C titles published by Aspyr, both games will be released DRM-free.

"1C continues to deliver great games and we're happy to see that North American gamers are responding well to the company's fun and unique content," said Ted Staloch, Executive Vice President for Aspyr. "1C has been a wonderful partner and we expect nothing but continued success on current and future projects."

Death to Spies: Moment of Truthis a sequel to the popular stealth action title Death to Spies. The game's main character is Semion Strogov, a captain in the 4th department of the Soviet counterintelligence service called SMERSH. SMERSH, a Russian acronym that means "Death to Spies," was the name of a set of Soviet military counterintelligence departments that were formed during World War II. Strogov is back from his previous missions and must now participate in a series of even more complex and exciting military operations.

XIII Century Gold Edition will include the 2008 release XIII Century: Death or Glory and the upcoming sequel XIII Century: Blood of Europe in one package. Both RTS titles offer up large-scale battles set in the Middle Ages and feature stunning graphics and thousands of units on the field of combat. As one of the famous military leaders of the 13th Century, gamers are able to test their steel against neighboring nations and carve their names into history. Both XIII Century titles depict realistic actions of Middle Ages fighting units and their behavior during battle.

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