Boomtown writes: "There are some games that do bring the fanboy out in me. Battlestations: Midway was one of those games. For me it recalled the golden age of Microprose's accessible semi-simulation wargames.
Midway's blend of surface, aerial and submarine naval warfare offered depth in a console market that doesn't do deep anymore. This isn't an era where you'll see many console games with the depth of the games we saw on the Atari ST or Commodore Amiga.
So when offered the chance to play the sequel Battlestations: Pacific, what did you think I said?"