Battlestations: Pacific is a sequel to a great naval simulator.

User Rating: 7 | Battlestations: Pacific PC
Story: The game is set between the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor in 1941, to the Battle of Okinawa, 1945. For the Japanese campaign, the game is set from the attacks on Pearl Harbor to Midway and to an invasion of Hawaii, featuring over 28 single player missions total, 14 for America and 14 for Japan. For the American campaign, the game is set from the end of Midway to Okinawa.

Missions: Defend, Destrory, move from place to place. very basic.

Features: Battlestations: Pacific expands on Battlestations: Midway in several ways adding new combat features such as island invasions which have an effect on the battle at hand. New weapons, planes and ships were added such as HVAR rockets and experimental jet fighters, such as the Kikka and Shinden, as well as kamikazes, such as the Ohka and Kaiten, although there is also some more conventional aircraft and ship additions. Battlestations: Pacific shifts events beyond Midway for the American forces as they continue the war onwards to Okinawa, but the most major addition is that of the Japanese campaign which tell a "what if" story where Japan is victorious at Midway and continues their war effort beyond that point victoriously and onwards to invade Hawaii.

AI: The AI for the American and Japanese forces is very good. They will work against you and learn your tactics.

Graphics:. The graphics are very detailed. The water and the ships to the land and airplanes look great, a huge improvement over the older game.

Audio: The audio for the game sounds great. The splashing of the ocean to the gun's firing is all recorded and done well.

The Good: good sim, lots of planes and ships and maps. good multiplayer.

The Bad: short singleplayer,.

The Ugly: N/A

Replayability: Low

The Bottom Line: A naval simulator than a fan of the series will love.