Code Of Honor 2: Conspiracy Island Pc Game Shoots Into Retailers Across U.S And Canada

July 29, 2008


International game developer and
publisher City Interactive is thrilled to announce it has shipped its new
first-person shooter PC game Code of Honor 2: Conspiracy Island into U.S. and
Canadian retailers. One of the first titles the Polish-based company will
release in the North American markets, Code of Honor 2 is competitively priced
at $19.99, offering gamers a great game and a great value.

Code of Honor 2: Conspiracy Island
features nine exciting game levels that allow the player to experience rousing
action as they try to save the region of Guiana after a terrorist group gains
control of an experimental nuclear reactor.

Harnessing the JupiterEX engine, the
next-gen engine creating astonishing graphics and intense special effects, Code
of Honor 2: Conspiracy Island offers players heart-pounding first-person shooter
action, as well as a dramatic storyline.

“The JupiterEx engine allows players
to have a more realistic gaming experience. Combined with our suspense-creating
soundtrack, players will immediately feel immersed in the experience,” said Mark
S. Rudolph, Marketing & Operations Manager, City Interactive. “Shooter fans will
not be disappointed as they accept the challenge to test their military gaming
skills in this intense new game — and at a competitive price point of $19.99,
Code of Honor 2 offers a great game for the money.”

Game features include:

  • Nine different missions filled
    with a dramatic storyline – as a member of the Foreign Legion, players must
    fight to regain command of a nuclear reactor after a rebel army assumes

  • Players must travel through rugged
    terrain including a labyrinth of caves, a 19th century prison, research
    facilities and more to stop the enemy and obtain the nuclear reactor

  • The modified JupiterEX Engine
    delivers dazing graphics that immerses the player in a realistic world of
    stunning detail, dynamic

  • lighting and breathtaking effects;
    the engine also provides outstanding AI

  • Special effects new to the series
    include a covert firing system that allows the player to “blind fire” from
    behind walls or low obstacles; a new “bullet penetration” special effect,
    allowing the player to shoot enemies taking cover behind thin walls or
    barriers; and weapon modification features so the player can modify his main
    firearm for maximum results (sniper mode to assault mode at any time during
    the game)

  • Two totally different endings to
    extend gameplay