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Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business Videos and Trailers - PC

Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business
Game Description:The country of Arulco has fallen under a new threat. Ricci Mining and Exploration, the company that ran Arulco's mines before the recent civil war, wants those mines back. The corporation has established a base in the neighboring country of Tracona and used it to launch a missile attack on Arulco. As an example, the unoccupied Tixa prison is destroyed. If their demands are not met, they are prepared to destroy the entire country. Enrico Chivaldori, the man who helped liberate Arulco, has decided on a swift and devastating response . . . you. Your team of expert mercenaries must cross the border into Tracona, locate the missile base, destroy it, and get out alive. The fate of a nation is on your shoulders, but the power of battlefield experience is on your side. This "expansion pack" to Jagged Alliance 2 is a stand-alone game. The expansion adds ten characters, ten weapons, twenty sectors, improved tactical options and artificial intelligence, six levels of difficulty and a campaign expansion editor. Innonics published the title in Europe.
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