Secret Weapons Over Normandy

Platform(s): Arcade, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PSOne, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Genre: Action

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by Rainier on Oct. 24, 2003 @ 3:14 a.m. PDT

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PC

Join a secret squad of pilots dedicated to thwarting the most heinous plans of the Third Reich. Fly over twenty authentic aircraft across thirty daring missions in this new WWII action-flyer. Lawrence Holland, the legendary creator of Star Wars: X-Wing™, Star Wars: Tie Fighter┬« and Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe┬« returns with an exhilarating new game of action and intrigue. Can you be trusted with the most dangerous secrets of the war?

Spanning a period of four years when world domination by the Third Reich seemed a near certainty, Secret Weapons Over Normandy allows players to relive the most infamous air battles of that era to help swing the balance of power back to the Allied Forces. The game follows a historically accurate timeline of key conflicts, beginning with the dramatic Evacuation of Dunkirk; the fierce Battle of Britain; Germany's daring planned invasion of England, known as Operation Sea Lion; the pivotal Battle of Midway; and culminating in the war's most brutal battle, the D-Day invasion.

Playstation 2

Features :

  • Immerse yourself in intense WWII flight action as you make your way through the ranks of an elite fighter squadron.
  • Fly more than twenty realistic aircraft across a variety of combat theaters over World War II Europe and other territories as you make your way through the ranks of an elite fighter squadron.
  • Engage in over thirty action-packed missions featuring air-to-air and air-to-ground battle scenarios.

Xbox

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