Gary Grigsby’s World at War Lands In Europe!
Acclaimed WWII Strategy Game Soon Available In
Staten Island, NY, Oct 25th, 2005 – Matrix Games
is pleased to announce that, in association with Black Bean Games and 2by3
Games, Gary Grigsby’s World at War has gone gold for a localized European retail
release and will be available by mid-November. Gary Grigsby’s World at War will
be available to retail customers in Europe in a single multi-language boxed
version that includes English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
Gary Grigsby’s World at War will be available in
all major chains and many retail shops throughout England, Italy, France, Spain,
Germany, Benelux, Greece, the Nordic countries, and Eastern Europe. Retail
pricing is expected to be 29,99 / ç29,99. It should be on store shelves before
Mid-November, possibly as early as the start of November in some territories.
The boxed European version will also include a translated printed game manual
with the language depending on the country in which it is being sold.
Marco Minoli, Director of Marketing for Black
Bean Games said, "Black Bean is proud to offer such high quality titles as Gary
Grigsby’s World at War across Europe. Given the passionate fan community and
high scoring reviews, we are pleased to bring to market one of the best strategy
titles based on the Second World War."
Gary Grigsby’s World at War takes place during
World War II and places you at the helm of one of the major powers involved in
the epic struggle. Take command of Germany, Japan, Russia, China, or the Western
Allies as you battle for control over the entire world. With 38 countries and 15
different units the action will take place on the global scale. World at War has
rules that cover everything from strategic movement to weather conditions to
nuclear weapons. Adjustable detail and control levels allow you to take control
of supply lines, technological research, and production. With one of the most
challenging AIs and PBEM capability World at War will keep you busy for hours on
For customers who already own Gary Grigsby’s
World at War, an update in the near future will add in-game multi-language
support to synchronize the European and US retail releases to a single version
Fore more information on World at War visit the
Matrix Games website at
www.matrixgames.com or the World at War website at
www.worldatwaronline.com . For more information on Black Bean Games visit
their site at