Damage Inc.: Pacific Squadron WWII Review | X360A

Launching peripherals with an accompanying game is nothing new, especially in the heady world of plastic instruments, but an aerial combat game with a shiny flight stick is something else entirely. Of course for those with a little less cash there is always the option to play the game with a humble pad (like a common beggar) so no one feels left out. Damage Inc.: Pacific Squadron WWII is hardly Rock Band however, and the game never seems to live up to that initial, fleeting, moment of magic when you pull the new peripheral from the box. As a way of getting your range off the ground, this is a title that feels like it stutters on the runway.

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