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Developed by the Australian developer Trickstar Games, and published by the peripheral specialists Mad Catz, Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII focuses on the American war in the Pacific against the Japanese, but is it any good? Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Sit back and take a look at the unboxing of the Collector's Edition of Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII. Check out the full video at GodisaGeek.com.
Damage Inc: Pacific Squadron WWII sits somewhere between an arcade shooter and flight simulation. It has just enough realism to keep it fun, and is jam packed full of planes, different scenarious and objectives, with enough weapon variety to keep the things fresh, from mission to mission.
If you thought Mad Catz only brought out peripherals, thing again, today they announced their brand new arcade aerial combat game; Announcement, Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII (previously known as War Wings: Hell Catz).
When you’re looking forward to the release of a game that’s on the horizon everything always seems that little bit too far off. Having the opportunity to watch some gameplay footage of that game you’re longing to be able to play helps to make it slightly more realistic, almost as if you’re playing the game […]
The retail edition of the upcoming FPS blockbuster Red Orchestra 2 – Heroes of Stalingrad sees a new release date: Following the recently announced new online release date, the boxed versions will now accordingly be hitting the shelves of retail stores throughout the UK and Ireland on Friday, September 16th, 2011. The recommended retail price […]