Battlestations: Pacific Previews - 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 Designer Interview

    Eiddos Lead Designer details what to expect from their latest release.

    Posted: Sep 4, 2008 | 2,281 Views | 02:25 | 2 Comments

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    Floor Report: Battlestations Pacific

    Alison Haislip is on the floor at E3 getting the latest on the WWII title 'Battlestations Pacific'.

    Posted: Jul 16, 2008 | 2,060 Views | 01:46

  • 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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