Battlestations: Pacific Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:Man your battlestations again for two campaigns: one that retraces history, and one that reinvents it. This sequel to Battlestations: Midway is more epic and more explosive than the original. Fight 28 historic WWII battles on both sides of the battle for the Pacific. Experience the American campaign from Midway to Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and beyond, or begin the Japanese "what-if" campaign at Pearl Harbor. Strategically plan your maneuvers in a giant open world, then launch large-scale assaults using air, sea, and undersea forces. Dive into the action and switch to any plane, ship, or sub anytime. Up to eight players and 100 units collide in massive multiplayer modes.
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  • Battlestations Pacific DLC Trailer

    Battlestations: Pacific, the sequel to the real-time action strategy game, Battlestations: Midway, places you in the 1940's amist World War II against Japan. Players can choose between the historically American or Japanese campaigns, allowing you to rewrite (or reinvent) history as it could have unfolded over the Pacific Ocean. Here's the...

    Posted June 10, 2009

    Battlestations Pacific DLC Trailer
  • X-Play Review: 'Battlestations: Pacific'

    World War II has long been fertile ground for the gaming industry, and it remains so with the release of Battlestations: Pacific, which allows you to fight some of the famous battles of the Pacific and try and sway the outcome of the war. For the review, we turn to The Feed's own Jake Gaskill, who says of the game: "Eidos’...

    Posted May 12, 2009

    X-Play Review: 'Battlestations: Pacific'
  • 'Battlestations: Pacific' Infamy-Laden Launch Media

    Eidos Interactive fires a final volley of media prior to tomorrow's launch of their action/simulation hybrid Battlestations: Pacific. With demos out on both the PC and 360 platforms, those of you who've hand a crack at a hands-on feel free to leave some comments below. Battlestations: Pacific Launch Trailer Watch Larger Version | Watch HD...

    Posted May 11, 2009| 2 Comments

    'Battlestations: Pacific' Infamy-Laden Launch Media
  • 'Battlestations: Pacific' Demo Walkthrough Video

    Talk about in-depth gameplay. Eidos Interactive walks us through nearly every nook, cranny and Corsair in this exhibition of Battlestations: Pacific. Fans of the series can compare/contrast this installment against the previous Battlestations: Midway and newcomers can get a real sense of the phrase "action/simulation...

    Posted April 30, 2009| 1 Comment

    'Battlestations: Pacific' Demo Walkthrough Video
  • 'Battlestations: Pacific' Kamikaze Trailer: Desperate Times...

    The Battle of Leyte was a desperate time for the Japanese navy during the Pacific Theater of WWII. Facing a losing battle they were forced into desperate measures leading to the infamous Kamikaze suicidal squadrons. Although quite the spectacle the following trailer from Eidos' action simulation hybrid offers a sobering look into the pilot's...

    Posted April 27, 2009| 7 Comments

    'Battlestations: Pacific' Kamikaze Trailer: Desperate Times...
  • 'Battlestations: Pacific' Trailer: Bombs Over Features... [Singing]

    If you've forgotten what features are coming in Eidos' action/simulation hybrid, Battlestations: Pacific, they're hear to remind you with plenty of text and bombs in the latest trailer. Geared towards military buff gamers this one should not only continue to test your multi-tasking capabilities blending a mix of macro and micro battlefield...

    Posted April 9, 2009

    'Battlestations: Pacific' Trailer: Bombs Over Features... [Singing]
  • Battlestations: Pacific Historic Gameplay Trailer

    Take to the skies and once again vanquish the villains of World War II in Battlestations: Pacific, a combo strategy/action flying game that puts you in the cockpit for the air battles of the war. In this trailer, not only will you get a little history, but you'll also see some of the gameplay footage you've been long craving. Prepare for...

    Posted March 12, 2009| 3 Comments

    Battlestations: Pacific Historic Gameplay Trailer
  • 'Battlestations: Pacific' War Room Journals Episode Three - Multiplayer

    Eidos Hungary developers release their next "War Room Journals" episode, this time focusing on the design and execution of multiplayer for Battlestations: Pacific. Arguably the most exciting portion of the original Battlestations: Midway was the multiplayer function. Nice to hear how they've decided to listen to fans to keep the great...

    Posted March 3, 2009| 3 Comments

    'Battlestations: Pacific' War Room Journals Episode Three - Multiplayer
  • 'Battlestations: Pacific' War Room Journals Episode One - Epic Battles

    Join Eidos Studios - Hungary developers as they take us through the ins-and-outs of epic battle gameplay in Battlestations: Pacific, the next chapter in the WWII action/simulation series. The successor to Battlestations: Midway, Pacific will add most notably: An alternate-historical Japanese campaign seeing their rise to power The...

    Posted December 23, 2008| 2 Comments

    'Battlestations: Pacific' War Room Journals Episode One - Epic Battles
  • 'Battlestations: Pacific' Japanese Trailer

    Like preferences to many anime fans, this trailer for Eidos Interactive's Battlestations: Pacific comes to us intact with a smooth Japanese voice-over. Then, tomorrow night X-Play will premiere an exclusive second trailer for Eidos' action/real-time tactics hybrid sequel with English voice-overs and new footage. You can catch the completely new...

    Posted November 6, 2008

    'Battlestations: Pacific' Japanese Trailer
  • 'Battlestations: Pacific' Designer Interview

    Eidos Interactive lead designer Botond Szalacsi gives the latest details on their upcoming action simulation title, Battlestations: Pacific. This title "combines RTS [elements] with flight and naval warfare to recreate the greatest battles of the pacific war". Szalacsi said that his team went into heavy research to bring us a very...

    Posted September 5, 2008| 2 Comments

    'Battlestations: Pacific' Designer Interview
  • Eidos Reveals E3 Line-Up

    Game makers Eidos dropped the hot word on the games they'll be showing off at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. Here's the deal: Tomb Raider: Underworld: Lara Croft is back in this cross-platform action title designed to bring gaming's first sex symbol back to the top of the heap. Just Cause 2: Another cross platform title,...

    Posted June 19, 2008| 9 Comments

    Eidos Reveals E3 Line-Up
  • Battlestations: Pacific DLC Trailer

    Posted: June 10, 2009

    1,156 Views | 01:40

  • Battlestations: Pacific Bombshell Beauties

    Posted: May 20, 2009

    1,030 Views | 01:01

  • Battlestations: Pacific Review

    Posted: May 12, 2009

    15,043 Views | 02:44 | 17 Comments

  • Battlestations: Pacific Launch Trailer

    Posted: May 11, 2009

    1,702 Views | 01:27

  • Battlestations: Pacific Island Capture Guide 2

    Posted: May 11, 2009

    1,092 Views | 01:29


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