Apache: Air Assault Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description: Apache: Air Assault is a modern combat flight simulation game where players control a variety of lethal Apache attack helicopters outfitted with cutting-edge military weaponry. The goal is to prevent terrorist attacks by raining down destruction from above in the world’s most volatile warzones.
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    Apache: Air Assault Hands-On Preview


    IL-2 Sturmovik's creators return with this upcoming take on chopper combat, and in this Apache: Air Assault preview, Blair Herter sits with Dir. of Production Aaron Pulkka to talk Training and Veteran Modes, and 2-player co-op for pilot and gunner.

    Posted: Nov 2, 2010 | 11,170 Views | 03:49

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