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Submitted by Cyrus365 2445d ago | review

Gamernode: 1942: Joint Strike Review

Gamernode writes: "Firing up 1942: Joint Strike on the Xbox 360 conjures up fond memories of virtual journeys through the Pacific Theater, when Capcom's original arcade version (and subsequent ports) of 1942 gave us an early dose of classic top-down vertical shooting action. With Joint Strike, that core experience has been carefully maintained, but expanded upon and brought up to speed for the XBLA and PSN generation.

This sixth entry into the 19__ series focuses on multiplayer action, where the titular joint strike attacks let two players work together to vanquish foes quickly and efficiently. Any of the three joint strikes allows players to deal critical damage to whatever lies between them, making communication between wingmen a key ingredient for success." (1942: Joint Strike, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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