Ripten writes: "I love it when developers take the complaints of reviewers and the requests of their fans and deliver a sequel that addresses every one. It looks like Eidos Hungary is prepared to do that with Battlestations: Pacific, the follow-up to last year's Battlestations: Midway.
Battlestations manages to be both a real-time strategy game and an action/simulation experience. While you are in charge of commanding different task forces, it's possible to take on the role of one of the troops and save the day. Pacific picks up right where Midway left off, but packs double the campaign of the previous game - one "historically-based" version, where things unfold as you would expect, and one "historically possible" version, where you play as the Japanese and kick America's ass. Twenty-one new vehicles; cockpit views for the fighters, torpedo bombers, and dive bombers; Kamikaze attacks; and the new Island Capture system (as well as improved graphics, since they were developing strictly for 360 rather than worrying about the original Xbox) round out the new features."