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Battlestations: Pacific Screenshots and Images - PC

Battlestations: Pacific
Game Description:The second of Eidos' action/simulation game series, Battlestations: Pacific delivers intense, action-packed combat and strategic warfare at an extraordinary scale and features two distinctly different single player campaigns. The game features a massive U.S. and Japanese single player campaign that offers a unique blend of action and strategy. Players must plan their moves carefully on huge open-world arenas and fight in the air, above sea and underwater to relive some of the most hard-fought battles in WWII history. With the newly added Japanese faction, players will also gain insight into what could have been, should Japan have gained the upper hand against the United States. Battlestations: Pacific also features five new innovative multiplayer modes to strategically plan and battle against friends with all new maps and units.
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Battlestations: Pacific Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Battlestations: Pacific Bombings Coming Soon Trailer

    Posted: April 9, 2009

    1,627 Views | 01:14

  • Battlestations: Pacific Historic Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: March 12, 2009

    1,116 Views | 01:41

  • Battlestations: Pacific War Room Journals #3 Multiplayer

    Posted: March 3, 2009

    1,243 Views | 03:07

  • Battlestations: Pacific War Room Journals #2 Authenticity

    Posted: February 9, 2009

    874 Views | 04:53

  • Battlestations Pacific Preview

    Posted: January 29, 2009

    788 Views | 02:37

 


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