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'Rebel Raiders: Operation Nighthawk' (Wii) Gets Release Date

by Rainier on Sept. 4, 2008 @ 10:03 a.m. PDT

Rebel Raiders: Operation Nighthawk is the ultimate futuristic aerial combat game featuring some of the most frenzied air battles ever witnessed with an intensity rarely reached in a videogame.

Developed by Kando Games, Rebel Raiders: Operation Nighthawk is set in a futuristic universe. The player assumes the role of a brave and grizzled pilot, leader of the elite resistance military unit "Ghost Squadron". At the player's command is a group of brave but inexperienced fighter pilots that only the player can lead into battle. The objective: to save mankind from corruption and turmoil at the hands of the Union of World Nations. At stake, is the fate of the world - victory is the only option.

A single player game that uses both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to control a player's aircraft, Rebel Raiders: Operation Nighthawk features ground shaking weapons, non-stop combat and thrilling special effects. The game's 34 unique missions can be navigated with 23 different fighter planes, allowing the player to fly at amazing speeds and create spectacular explosions. By commanding the Ghost Squadron, completing missions and defending the front line, the player earns points for a chance to fly top-secret planes with devastating weapons. Players have to demonstrate they have what it takes to become a true Rebel Raider.


  • 15 Fighter Planes equipped with powerful weapons that generate spectacular explosions!
  • Ultra simplified piloting and exaggerated flight speed
  • 16 unique missions
  • Futuristic environments
  • Easy to learn, captivating and hard to put down

Rebel Raiders: Operation Nighthawk, rated of E10+, will launch on Sept. 16, 2008 and will have a suggested retail price of $29.99.

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