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Ship Simulator Extremes Offers Realistic Sim Experience

June 16, 2010 - Los Angeles, CA - At the 2010 E3 expo, Paradox Interactive has showcased its upcoming realistic game Ship Simulator Extremes and released a new batch of screenshots in anticipation of its late summer release.

Developed by VSTEP, Ship Simulator Extremes offers a new level of realism to experience the brutal missions of piloting a vessel in a variety of conditions. Whether hunting down whale hunters, braving brutal storms, or saving people from an oil rig explosion, gamers will be immersed in a deep realistic simulator.

Scheduled for released on August 27, 2010, Ship Simulator Extremes allows the player to assume the duty of ship captain to a dynamic mix of vessels including hovercrafts, coast guard interceptors, mammoth tankers, tugs, cruise liners, and many others.

Additional features in Ship Simulator Extremes:

• From the very hot to the very cold, sail to the most enchanted regions in the world. Explore the Antarctic or take in beautiful Bora Bora. Includes famous harbors and locations from around the world

• Wide range of vessels to captain, including hovercraft, Coast Guard interceptors, mammoth tankers, tugs, cruise liners, and many others

• Includes exciting storylines and missions from all over the world

• Save the environment campaign included: sail famous Greenpeace ships and take part in ecological missions

• Realistic water and weather system. Sail calm waters or take on the most extreme weather ever witnessed at sea

For more information, please visit www.shipsim.com, www.paradoxplaza.com or follow the game on twitter @shipsim and join the community on facebook.

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Posted by: Redeema
Date: June 16, 2010

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