April 23rd, 2009, 12:43 PM #1
***Official Battlestations:Pacific Thread***
Demo date of 4/30 has been announced for this title:
(May 12th ship date)
on both the Games For Windows LIVE and Xbox LIVE marketplaces
The official Battlestations: Pacific single-player demo features a complete mission from the US campaign as well as two multiplayer modes playable in single-player Skirmish mode.
In the single-player mission, you will experience sea and air combat. First, you will defend the fleet against kamikaze attacks from a battleship, and then fly the F4U Corsair fighter to take out airfield and island defenses. Finally, you'll launch and fly fighter planes along with torpedo and dive-bombers in an all-out attack to sink Japan's largest battleship.
After that, you can play two of the five new multiplayer modes in single-player Skirmish mode.
Hopefully some LGKer's will be playing this, especially if they improve the MP hiccups from the last title's DLC.
Last edited by PPharoah; April 23rd, 2009 at 01:06 PM.
April 24th, 2009, 11:25 PM #2
I really wanted to try Midway or...hell, I can't even remember the other title. Never got around to it, but heard some good things, and then some not so good things. Being the wargame junkie I am, I'll probably give the demo a shot, at least.
April 24th, 2009, 11:46 PM #3
I think I remember playing that Midway game - it was pretty cool.
the last mission was virtually impossible on the hard setting if I remember correctly. they had unlimited planes.
April 25th, 2009, 10:42 AM #4
Battlestations: Midway was a decent title. Then they released an MP add-on that crashed us everytime we played.
Originally Posted by Iron Duke
I am hoping that this MP game delivers everything promised, until then please check out the demo, rent, or play on a friend's copy.
It has become too much of an industry standard to release a title with bugs, rush to patch it, and then the patch messes things up, and the company is out of money to fix it.
Sad but true.
April 30th, 2009, 07:48 AM #5
The demo is up for 360 and PC owners to try out!