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About This Game
True heroes know no bounds!
Experience top combat action in this brand new arcade flight sim and become immersed in the exploits of famous aircraft carriers. Choose the side you want to play on: the US Navy or the Imperial Japanese Navy. Climb into the cockpit and re-live the most famous battles of the War in the Pacific. Equip your aircraft with realistic weapons, and take to the air with your squadron.
Get ready for breathtaking air battles over the Pacific!
- Experience the history of an aircraft carrier first hand! Master thrilling missions that focus on gigantic warships and their captains.
- Take command of entire squadrons! Instead of controlling just one airplane, you can control all of the planes in your squadron.
- Experience the most famous battles of the War in the Pacific! Place yourself in the middle of major battles such as Midway, Pearl Harbor, and Wake Island.
- Gaming enjoyment without end! Master the campaigns alone or prove your pilot skills in 4 different multiplayer modes.
Title: Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers
Genre: Action, Simulation
Games Farm, 3Division
Release Date: 21 Sep, 2012
- OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
- Processor: Intel/AMD CPU (1.1GHz+)
- Memory: 1 GB
- Hard Disk Space: 2 GB
- Video Card: Shader 3.0 compatible graphics card with min. 256 MB RAM
- DirectX®: 9.0c
- Sound: Sound card required
I bought this game a few years ago as part of a bundle but I never played it until a few weeks ago after visiting the Naval Aviation Musem in Pensacola, FL. I got home and imagined being a naval aviator in the Pacific during WWII like President George H.W. Bush, flying a TBM Avenger and giving it to the Imperial Navy. So, I fired up Pacific Wars and it has been extremely fun! There is a simulation mode available, but I prefer having fun and played Arcade through both the US and Japanese campaigns and it was just great fun. The missions do not disrespect history or detract from it. The missions are challenging enough to make you feel like you really took it to the enemy. The torpedo bomber missions are a great challenge and very rewarding once you get the hang of it. Overall, this is really a good, fun game, that you can jump in casually play and have fun without having to earn a degree in it to be able to play it. If you want to have some fun and play pretend, you will love it. Did I mention it was fun?. This game deserves far more love and better rating than "mixed" <\/b>, and here's why I think so in a few simple points:
- pleasant flight model in arcade mode, it's a joy to dive bomb and manoeuver through AA fire to torpedo a ship
- excellent WW2 naval\/air warfare atmosphere, pretty visuals to reinforce this
- good mission design that recreates famous battles from the Pacific War surprisingly faithfully
- 2 campaigns, one for the US and one for the Japanese, with all in all 20 chapters, some comprising more than one mission
- game is easily moddable when it comes to sounds and textures (for example you can make your own roundels if you have a graphic software that can handle .dds files such as Gimp)
- you control a whole squadron at a time, so when your plane get shot down or run out of ammo, you can switch to another airplane. Pretty interesting and fun system for such a game
- a solid list of airplanes from the Pacific War on both side (US and Japanese). Planes are mostly divided between fighters, dive bombers and torpedo bombers<\/li><\/ul>
- no real story (in the US campaign anyway; you have a bit more in the Japanese campaign as it is told from the perspective of the daughter of the pilot)
- you can edit pilot roster for your squadrons if you wish. Didn't find any real use for this, but those who like to min\/max will enjoy this.<\/li><\/ul>