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Battlefield 1942 (Deluxe Edition)
Game Description:In Battlefield 1942, players are dropped into the middle of a World War II battlefield and forced to find a path to victory both for them and for the soldiers on their side. While the game has a single player component, it's the multiplayer mode that's the bigger focus as 64 players can shoot it out in a variety of WWII theaters. The action takes place on the land, in the air and on the sea. While your main means of transportation is the trusty boot, there are also 32 controllable vehicles in the game that run the gamut from jeeps to trucks, planes to boats. Includes The Road to Rome expansion pack.
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