TGH Writes: "It’s been over 60 years since the Second World War ended and it should never be forgotten just how many lost their lives fighting for their country and the ideals of their nation. With over 60 million killed between 1939 and 1945, equating to 2.5% of the worlds population at the time, this was the biggest loss of life the world had ever seen. As you can imagine, dealing with such a subject in a game is a rather delicate thing, you can’t just turn war into an exciting and desirable situation full of action and fun, yet you also can’t have an action game not be full of explosions, excitement and fun. For years games like Call of Duty and Medal of Honor provided the action while staying true to the context by basing their missions on the true stories. Damage Inc. does it a little differently though, and not just because it takes the battle to the skies."