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’ action-RTS hybrid Battlestations: Pacific, their follow-up to 2007’s Battlestations: Midway, lets you experience some of World War II’s most significant Pacific battles from the perspectives of land (kind of), sea and air forces and from both the American and Japanese point of view. Seeing as the majority of WWII titles (at least on consoles) are first-person shooters, it’s refreshing when a game like this comes along and tries to offer a broader perspective and depict war on a more worldwide scale, rather than on a soldier-on-the-ground scale. It’s also nice when the game manages to pull it off, which this one absolutely does."