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The long-awaited sequel to Pacific Storm; Pacific Storm: Allies expands upon the success of the internationally acclaimed original to deliver an unforgettable mix of real-time strategy and blistering arcade combat, recreating World War II's most heated battles.
Release Date: May 25, 2007
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“This should keep you entertained for many a long evening, and on into the wee hours...”
73% – Strategy Informer
“There's certainly enough depth here to entertain most combat veterans...”
78% – Jolt Online Gaming

About the Game

The long-awaited sequel to Pacific Storm; Pacific Storm: Allies expands upon the success of the internationally acclaimed original to deliver an unforgettable mix of real-time strategy and blistering arcade combat, recreating World War II's most heated battles.
Experience large-scale naval and air operations of the Pacific as either the United States, Imperial Japan, or new playable nation - the UK. Marvel at the enhanced 3D visual engine complete with detailed damage modeling. Settle disputes via diplomacy or battle. Or assume direct control over stunningly-rendered ships and planes to personally annihilate your adversaries. From the US to USSR, Germany to Japan, new missions, tactical maneuvers and multiplayer modes offer armchair admirals greater excitement than ever.
Whether you chart the conflict's progress from a strategic level or man a deck gun or get behind the controls of a fighter or bomber and personally take the fight to your foes, seize the day and rewrite history of some the most intense battles of World War II!
  • ENGROSSING WORLD WAR II ACTION AND STRATEGY - Diplomats, strategists and fighter jocks will all have a place in the game; seize the day from behind a deck gun, in a plane's cockpit, or as an admiral in the fleet's strategic planning room.
  • NEW NATIONS - Play as the United States, Japan, and now as Great Britain. Ally with the AI-controlled Soviet Union, Holland or Germany, using updated diplomacy features.
  • A MASSIVE ASSORTMENT OF HISTORICALLY-BASED UNITS - Employ bombers, fighters, submarines, battleships, aircraft carriers and other power hitters of the Second World War. Go beyond the Pacific Theater and even command the Bismarck or HMS Hood.
  • ENHANCED GRAPHICS - An updated 3D graphics engine beautifully renders units, including detailed damage modeling and persistent combat effects.
  • REVAMPED CONTROLS - Master grand strategy, new technology development or in-your-face combat with a newly updated control scheme that streamlines everything from resource management to dog-fighting.
  • MULTIPLAYER MAYHEM: Play head-to-head in action-oriented dogfights, join in cooperative mode with friends, or play competitively against the AI and online opponents to succeed in historical missions or massive theater-wide campaigns.

System Requirements

    • Supported OS: Windows Vista/XP/2000/7/8/8.1
    • Processor: 2 GHz Processor
    • Memory: 512 Mb
    • Graphics: DirectX compatible 128 MB graphics card
    • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c or higher
    • Sound: 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB of free space on disk
Helpful customer reviews
8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
81 products in account
1 review
6.6 hrs on record
Awesome Game, shame that it's a buggy mess, It's not even patched to the latest version WTF!
Posted: March 19th, 2014
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
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2 reviews
116.4 hrs on record
Man... PTOII for SNES was one of my fav games of all time. THousands of hours on that one no doubt about it. When I picked this up, I was literally overblown with joy with what seemed to be nostalgia from those days. Bugs though, man oh man bugs. Maybe not even bugs but unfinished/poorly implemented concepts (like the battles. Not somethign about the battles, the battles as a whole. What a wreck) Many fantastic ideas, I loved the supply system in this game, the recruiting system, the ship and plane building system, and the base system. They should have focused on the strategy side as there is great promise there; in my personal opinion 1)The battles 2)The bugs and 3)The AI totally do this game in. A shame too, because it had some potential.
Posted: March 17th, 2014
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
373 products in account
1 review
4.3 hrs on record
Dont`t buy this game!!!
The game would be fun if it worked! but it is to broken!
DON`T BUY save your money for something that works!
Posted: May 21st, 2014
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
179 products in account
3 reviews
0.2 hrs on record
In theory, this game had an amazing concept, but due to poor controls, and just all around bad excecution of the game, it is a terrible game, do not buy unless you like the idea so much you are willing to look past its flaws
Posted: March 31st, 2014
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
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224 reviews
0.8 hrs on record
The Pacific War is a strategy gamers wet dream. National economies. Huge spaces. Technological competition. Surprise. Huge battles on land sea and in the air. Sadly the games that attempt to depict this huge conflict rarely get the balance of detail and playability right. The old KOEI titles from last century remain the best efforts. This game seems to have all the necessary details. But it is incredibly difficult and confusing to organise develop or deploy your resources. You will be lost in the details of your bases wondering how to organise and command units. How to deploy new weapons and munitions from your industry to the front line. The game has poor controls and opaque map and cumbersome UI and menus. All in all this game is NOT recommended. It is worthless for casual gamers and too cumbersome even for people who love the genre. I think the developers mean well, but have to understand when you are dealing with such a huge number of details and variables, fluid and clear UI and menus are vital. With luck a team with a bigger budget will one day address the Pacific War and provide a game that allows ALL the details but can present them more ffectively. THIS IS NOT THAT GAME.

CONSIDER THIS: THE TRUE GAME. I invite anyone reading this to consider the place of games in their lives. Do you feel it is an addiction or distraction? Do you feel it contributes to a sense of social and political lethargy? Does gaming function as an ajunct to TV as a form of mind control for (mostly) young males while you are being set up as potential recruit-fodder for the armed forces? There is a REAL game in this world. It is big and complex and totally worth playing. Before playing this game you should reflect on two things:
(1) What happens when a jet liner hits a large office tower?
(2) What happens when 200,000 tons of Structural steel in a 300 meter office tower collapses?
Compare your understanding for what happens in reality with what we were told happened on September 11 2001. If you notice a discrepancy you may be qualified to play the real game of life.
To play make your way to the nearest possible Freemasonic lodge and begin your application.
Talk to you again when you pass level 20 of the sacred order.

Gabriel Angelos
Posted: August 16th, 2014
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