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Submitted by gamevolutionUK 867d ago | review

Damage Inc: Pacific Squadron WWII Review | GamEvolution

GamEvolution Writes: That's not to say the game is terrible, it's just not enjoyable. Missions are often so alike that it is almost impossible to differentiate the one you've just completed to the one you're about to face. Defending objectives against waves of enemy planes soon loses its appeal and that's when things start to get really boring. Any hope of the story carrying the game was soon shattered, from lackluster voice acting to an over used story of "the brother killed at war" I never felt immersed while playing Damage inc, and it's hard to establish personal relations with a protagonist, when all you really want to do is plough the aircraft straight into the dock at Pearl Harbour to stop him talking. (Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 2/5

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