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Storm over the Pacific

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Developer: Wastelands Interactive
Release Date: April 6, 2010

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'Storm over the Pacific' Gets Delayed to Add New Features

by Rainier on March 11, 2010 @ 11:34 a.m. PST

Storm over the Pacific is a grand strategy game depicting the Pacific War in a wide historical context, providing a good variety of scenarios with several hours of gameplay. You can join any side of the conflict, leading Americans, the Japanese or a combination of any nations, as you enter into the heart of the Pacific War.

Storm over the Pacific is a game depicting the Pacific War in a wide historical context. The gameplay is similar to that of the Grand Strategy classics. A good variety of scenarios provides several hours of exciting gameplay. Players can enjoy battles on land and sea with realistic historical units. It's up to you to decide who will be the great victor, the fate of the world during the Pacific War is in your hands. The whole area of the Pacific is included in the campaign.

This game from Wastelands Interactive is a great example, that classic strategies are still an attractive position for gamers of all ages, both for beginners and experienced veterans that expect a highly realistic gameplay. Storm over the Pacific is a perfect game for anyone looking for absorbing entertainment and a challenge for the mind. It's worth mentioning, that this title puts together classical game principles with an excellent audio-visual experience.

During the betatesting, our wargaming community members involved in the process proposed some features that we have found very interesting and worth implementing. We believe that thanks to them, the game will have even more depth and will be more enjoyable to the players.


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