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New Screens Available for Pacific Storm: Allies

January 25, 2008

New Screens Available for Pacific Storm: Allies

cdv Software Entertainment USA is pleased to release several new screenshots from their upcoming action/strategy title - Pacific Storm: Allies. The new screens feature aerial dogfights and naval battles, both of which players will be able to engage in through the game's strategic and first-person action modes. In Pacific Storm: Allies, gamers will be able to effortlessly switch between strategic, RTS and first-person gameplay modes to control massive naval fleets and squadrons of aircraft during some of the biggest battles of WWII in the Pacific. Resource management, technology research and online gameplay all combine to make Pacific Storm: Allies an outstanding combination of action and strategy gaming. For more information about the game, which begins shipping to North American retail on January 21, please visit

Pacific Storm: Allies PC screenshots
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Pacific Storm: Allies is the latest title in the Pacific Storm series of WWII Pacific theater games which combine real-time strategy, resource management and exciting, in-your-face combat action. In Pacific Storm: Allies, players jump into the thick of battle, playing as the United States, Japan, and a new playable nation - the United Kingdom. Allied nations, including the Netherlands, Germany and Russia, offer a new level of diplomacy and resource management to the game. An updated graphics engine brings to life new aircraft, naval ships and landscapes, showcasing them in lush, vivid detail.

As with the original Pacific Storm, Allies offers something for everyone - armchair admirals can take command of massive fleets from a sweeping strategic perspective, while the action fan can jump into the cockpit to battle it out in the skies, or man deck guns to turn enemy ships into smoking hulks.

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