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Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers




Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers 


War separates families. War also saves families, and a way of life. It is difficult to come to a final conclusion. There are evil men in this world, and giving them everything they want will take away everything from you. Standing up to evil is the only true course we have.

As I think about war, and how many people have died, I contemplate how many souls were sent to hell. How many souls were not provided the opportunity to participate in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. How wasteful war is.

Force is necessary in this world, and Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers reminds me of that. The sneak attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor is the starting point for this home console video game. The elders of the family can use the PS3 controller or the Playstation Move to navigate the explosive skies.

The attention to detail is shown in all aspects of Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers. The visuals are astounding. From a plane breaking up in a fiery explosion, to the ships in the water. I could see bullets flying from my planes, and towards my planes (as I was being shot at).

I learned very quickly that bitComposer was going for realism when I ran out of ammo. I had to switch planes to get some shots off again. I adjusted my game play at that point. I waited until I had a good clean shot before pressing the trigger. Otherwise I was not able to complete a mission.

Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers lets up to eight players network in online multiplayer modes. The violence in Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers is mainly contained to the air battles. Every explosion was a person who died in a very scary way. I know Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers is not real. It brought back real war memories for me though. None of them pleasant.

Too often in Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers I felt like I was the Lone Ranger. There were other planes flying around but it was left up to me to shoot down the enemy aircraft. It would have been nice for some assistance - especially when I was having trouble finishing off that one plane flying in an annoying circle.

If you are an older member of the family looking for an air simulation of World War II in the Pacific, then you should take a look at Air Conflicts Pacific Carriers. As long as you are interested mainly in the battles in the air.
- Kimp


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 77%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PC/Xbox 360/PS3(tested)
Publisher: Maximum Games
Rating: ‘T' - Teen
{Mild Blood, Mild Language, Violence}

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