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New 'Carrier Command: Gaea Mission' video 'Fundamentals of Warfare'

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Today Rising Star Games released a new trailer for their upcoming strategic vehicular warfare game "Carrier Command: Gaea Mission." The new video "Fundamentals of Warfare" showcases the game's central mechanics and unique gameplay.

Watch Video: "Fundamentals of Warfare" trailer (on the game's website)

"Carrier Command: Gaea Mission" features a large world that boasts 33 islands in six different climates. Players must create a network of bases to obtain resources, defend, and launch attacks from to "conquer the archipelago on planet Taurus"

Related: Carrier Command: Gaea Mission" to receive NVIDEA 3D Vision support

In "Carrier Command: Gaea Mission" players control Lt. Myrik, a soldier from the United Earth Coalition who "has been sent on a mission to defeat the Asian Pacific Alliance."

Developed by Bohemia Interactive, "Carrier Command: Gaea Mission" will be available October 2, 2012 on Xbox 360 for an MSRP of $59.99 and Windows PC for an MSRP of $49.99.

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