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THE BATTLE OF SHILOH
April 6 – 7, 1862
Nine hours of narrated battle analysis is interesting, but wait until you load the CD-ROM and start fighting the Battle of Shiloh yourself. The folks at Battlevision have built a product that will rope you in and occupy your weekend. With the animated graphics walking you through the battle you may find yourself yelling at the computer, “no don’t do that!”
Battlevision will have you living the battle; carefully reading the biographies and battle reports. An excellent way for the Civil War Buff to study The Battle of Shiloh; it combines an array of multimedia sound and visual effects to offer hours of learning and enjoyment!
For those who may already have a working knowledge of the battle, you can check your facts against Battlevisions account. AccuCheck is Battlevision's Historical Accuracy Checking System. If you find evidence that, they have made historical errors, whether it is a musical arrangement, a sketch that does not have accurate uniforms, an analysis error, timeline errors, troop identification errors, etc, contact them at their website. They want all future versions to be historically correct.
For you enjoyment, the CD-ROM contains:
· Complete Orders of Battle
· Nine-hours of fully narrated battle portrayal and analysis.
· Eight-hours of Battle simulation
· Enhanced with on-screen graphics and effects.
· Two-hours of original score by Ryan DeMaree
· 350 pages of printable biographies, battle reports, and complete orders of battle.
· 25 original sketches by John McMahon and Jeff Velarde.
This is the first product in Battlevisions civil war series. The three-disk Interactive CD-ROM is $49.95. You check the demo and see for yourself athttp://www.battlevision.net/
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