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Battlestations: Midway

Platform(s): PC, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: SCi / Eidos
Developer: Mithis Games

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'Battlestations: Midway' - v1.1.1 Patch Available NOW

by Rainier on May 9, 2007 @ 11:05 a.m. PDT

Battlestations: Midway is a real-time 3D tactical/strategy game that adapts the naval battles of the Second World War. It introduces how the naval warfare changed during WW2 - from the dreadnaughts protecting the memory of Battle of Jutland to the forerunners of modern carriers. The player may control different vessels in real or hypothetical naval battles. The fleet consists of ships, captains, officers and crew of different abilities. In order to achieve victory, an effective team should be forged.

Get the Battlestations: Midway v1.1.1 Patch off WP (16mb)

Battlestations Midway Patch 1.1.1:

  • Added version numbers to identify different game versions
  • Lower bandwidth usage when playing multiplayer games
  • Multiple client connections now allowed from the same IP address
  • LAN connection issues fixed
  • GameSpy servers no longer appear in LAN browser
  • Addition of a connection-meter to the multiplayer menus
  • 'Surrender' option added to the in game multiplayer menu
  • The game no longer stops the Windows screensaver
  • Fix for the multiplayer map 'Islands of Solomon'
  • Fix for a mission-end camera issue with the multiplayer map 'Operation MI'
  • Foliage trees no longer have the black outline
  • Fixed an issue with the ships' flags
  • The propeller on the "please wait" screen is now rolling
  • The multiplayer code now includes the GameSpy NAT Negotiation feature

Battlestations Midway Patch 1.1:

  • Fixes multiple issues with Internet and LAN play
  • Improves NAT enabled network functionality
  • Changes version number to 1.1 on Main Menu


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