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Taking back the ocean

The first game in this sadly short-lived series, Midway, was an excellent mix of action and strategy which was well worth seeking out. This sequel is similar to its predecessor, but refines the formula even further, making it slicker and even more enjoyable. As before, this takes place during World War II following the attack on Pearl Harbor and offers two single-player campaigns, one for the Americans and one for the Japanese, which take you through a series of missions from the start of the conflict to its shattering climax. The gameplay is similar to the first game, this being an action/strategy title which focuses on vehicle-based combat and which lets you control a series of airplanes, ships and submarines. You can take a direct approach and command individual vehicles yourself, perfect for action junkies, but you can also take an overall view of the battlefield, issuing commands and assigning units to various targets. You've also got a few multiplayer modes which are well worth a look if you can find someone else to play with, as these bring a whole other element to proceedings. However you look at it, Pacific is a fine game. It's a near perfect blend of both action and strategy and should please anyone looking for either of these things. It doesn't stint in either department, being both exciting and highly tactical, and it doesn't disappoint in the presentation department either, with excellent visuals, a nice interface and decent storyline. All in all, a great sequel to an already corking game.

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