Battlestations: Midway is an immense action game that drops players into massive air, sea, and undersea battles from Pearl Harbor to the Battle of Midway.
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Megjelenés dátuma: 2007. jan. 30.
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Battlestations: Midway is an immense action game that drops players into massive air, sea, and undersea battles from Pearl Harbor to Midway. Players command massive fleet attacks and take direct, real-time, control of every plane, battleship, and submarine in the battle.

Battlestations: Midway's blends intense 3rd-person action with epic, large-scale naval combat and brings to life the great Pacific battles of the World War II. From the chaos of Pearl Harbor, through the Philippines, Java and the Coral Sea all the way to the epic Battle of Midway.

Innovative gameplay lets players take direct control of over 60 different warships, planes and submarines from a 3rd-person perspective. Players can instantly switch to and control nearly every vehicle in the battle.

The game features 11 large-scale campaigns with 12 bonus challenge missions.

FEATURES:


  • Revolutionary gameplay: Experience epic WWII combat from multiple perspectives as you jump between dozens of units, playing as a pilot, a gunner, a submarine captain or even carrier fleet commander.

  • Massive air, sea, and undersea battlefields: Every battle takes place simultaneously in the air, on and under the sea.

  • Movement of your fleet and the individual efforts of any one vehicle is critical to success.

  • Sixty warships: Features the Wildcat and Zero Fighter planes, the Dauntless Divebombers, the B17 and B24 bombers, the USS Lexington and USS Yorktown carriers, and Japan's infamous super battleship, The Yamato.

  • Realism: Cutting-edge graphics bring the Pacific oceans and island chains alive with lush real-world environments, dynamic weather effects and incredibly detailed vehicles and weaponry.

Featuring 11 massive campaigns with 12 bonus challenge missions and an immersive storyline.
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616.4 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: április 11.
A very fun game! ship and sub handling are great, aircraft... acceptable, fun is 11/10! cheap, fun, (mostly) realistic, definately worth your money. get it. (cheat: make a profile called Henry Walker . you unlock everything)
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34.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: március 27.
Got this game with the Eidos Anthology sale, thought I just play this game to kill some time. Turns out this game is really additive and pretty diffcult even on the easy setting.
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40.0 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: március 2.
I already have this game on disc but I just cannot get it to load these days, it just sits there "installing" but never gets any further. I remember it was always a difficult game to install from the disc with various crashes and hangups and that was before you got to the Windows Live fun and games.So I thought I'd gamble with my money and try it out on Steam. Many of the reviews have talked about problems with the game,but I have to say I've had no problems at all, which surprised me a little or a lot. It downloaded and installed quickly and I've played a few hours now and its fantastic, better than I remembered and with the newer hardware these days it looks and plays great.
I'm glad I took the risk and now I can't pull myself away from the damned game.
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30.2 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: március 19.
Its a great game i just wish they were more missions or a way to create custom ones, it was just too short
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5.6 óra a nyilvántartásban
Közzétéve: június 30.
This is another one of those games that isn't particularly bad as far as gameplay goes. It's got solid controls for the ships, and decent controls for planes. Nothing spectacular. What really makes the game less-than-stellar for me is the main campaign. You learn about all these tactical maneuvers in the especially-long tutorial, and I was getting geared up for a lot of fun, even fights. Were they fun? Arguably. Were they even? Hardly. There are plenty of missions where I only control so many ships that can produce so many planes, and yet the Japanese have far more ships and planes than I do, and just launch them off like they're nothing more than paper planes, which really throws me off and had me frustratingly banging my head against my laptop screen as my ship would fail because I only had fifteen planes, and the Japanese had about thirty. Of course, I died! Only a ♥♥♥♥♥ could kill twice as many planes as their own with THESE flight mechanics! But what about the story that connected all these assorted battles over small, generic Phillipine islands over massive bodies of water? It was alright. It wasn't Oscar-winning material. It got the job done. Although, I will say that while the graphics look a step ahead of the rest of the game in the cutscenes, the animation is very stiff and robotic. I laughed during a scene where the protagonist nearly drinks some whiskey with his commanding officer, and they both raise their glasses like two preprogrammed machines. And, also the game tries to show the Japanes and Americans as equals, while at the same time completely undermining their message. I find a photograph that a Japanese pilot kept of his family (incredibly convenient, I might add), while the Japanese are shown in the cutscenes to be in the shadows, and being given a menacing look. Almost like they're inhuman demons that deserve to be shot down. I mean, this isn't Full Metal Jackets! This is a video game! We have to have SOME motivation for the player to actually kill these guys, right? ... We do, don't we?
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