IMG Reviews Battlestations: Pacific
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Inside Mac Games has posted a new review of Feral Interactive's Battlestations: Pacific. The game includes two large campaigns, one based on the actual events of the War in the Pacific and the other a ‘what-if?’ scenario based on the premise of Japanese victory. Battlestations: Pacific features 14 missions for each campaign, over 100 different types of war machines to control, improved graphics, and enhanced multiplayer modes.
Here's an excerpt from the review:
There are plenty of missions that keep you busy organizing dozens of ships, intercepting hordes of enemy bombers/fighters, and wiping out land-based turrets. If you don't like flying, firing cannons, and aiming torpedoes, you can just spend the entire mission in the strategic view and make sure everything is fighting to its full potential. If you don't really like the tactical side of things much, you can simply assign fighters to escort important ships, spawn your favorite death squads, and take the fight to the enemy. There's plenty of variety for everyone.Check out the full article at the link below
IMG Review: Battlestations Pacific
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