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Battlestrike: The Road to Berlin

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Publisher: CI Games

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'Battlestrike: The Road to Berlin' - Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on Feb. 1, 2007 @ 9:22 a.m. PST

The guns of the greatest of all wars roar into life in and on The Road to Berlin. This fast-moving game drops the player right in the middle of frenzied combat action, where the thrills just keep coming! Pilot, gunner, sniper, paratrooper – all these roles are played out through a simple, intuitive point-and-click interface, allowing instant and complete immersion in the game world.

Get the Battlestrike: the Road to Berlin demo off WP (23mb)

The weapons and weapon platforms modeled in the game range from legendary fighters such as the P-51 Mustang to the Springfield sniper carbine. 16 summer and winter combat missions, realistic sound and graphics, plus fast-flowing action make for an exciting and satisfying gaming experience.
The battles will be fought both in the air and on the ground under diverse conditions, in different seasons: from summer through winter and in various places: from fields or villages up to the very centre of Berlin.

Game Features:

  • huge range of weapons including fighter planes, tank and field cannon, mobile AA guns, tank and infantry machine guns, and sniper carbines
  • chilling encounters with German Wunderwaffe
  • great mission variety - from the turret guns of a Lancaster bomber to a nipers’ duel in the ruins of Berlin
  • simple, intuitive point-and-click interface
  • fully realistic sound effects
  • detailed 3D environments with many special effects
  • low system requirements allowing smooth gameplay on slower systems

Battlestrike: The Road to Berlin is scheduled for Q1, 2005.

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