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Battlestations: Midway Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Experience history's greatest naval battles in this epic World War II combat simulator! Command the Pacific US Fleet against a powerful enemy: the mighty Japanese Imperial Navy. Combat explodes on a massive scale rendered with incredible realism and stunning detail. Control over 60 authentically styled war machines, including battleships, subs, aircraft carriers, fighter jets, bombers, and more. Unleash heavy fire from fleets of warships, lead bombing runs, launch surprise torpedo attacks, and pull off countless acts of courage as you stare down your enemy. Live history in an epic single-player campaign or go online for gigantic online multiplayer conflicts.
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