PC - Windows
Pacific Storm: Allies
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About this game
Developer: Lesta Studio
Content Rating: Teen
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.
- 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
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This is one sequel I can honestly say a lot of effort has gone into. Pacific Storm, in my opinion, is a title that has so much detail to every perspective of game play that most players will not play the game to its fullest. However, for those WWII strategy fans that live and breathe micro managing, down to literally controlling one specific unit, this sequel will surely compliment an already well-developed game.
Pacific Storm: Allies will appeal to those who loved the original game, since it essentially offers more of the same. However, it also hasn't evolved much since then, which is disappointing since there was plenty of room for the production values to improve. Don't be lured by the action and RTS modes, as this is a hardcore strategy game when you get down to it.
Overall there is probably not enough in here to make it worth upgrading if you already own the previous version. The new additions and tweaks are all very welcome and should encourage more people to enjoy what is a solid and fascinating game. That said, if you are a war fanatic, as some of us war gamers tend to be, then you will obviously lap up the new features and get a lot more value out of the game.