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Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII- Xbox 360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the action. The multi player mode also gets good feedback. The controls and graphics get less positive comments, and comments are divided on the gameplay.

multi player, action

story, graphics, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Damage Inc.: Pacific Squadron WWII Review

 

Mad Catz's lastest outing as a publisher crashes and burns with the awful flight simulator Damage Inc.: Pacific Squadron WWII.

Draws from some interesting historical events

Dull, drawn-out, and repetitive missions ; Boring and predictable story ; Unresponsive controls ; Flight stick feels cheap ; Dated graphics

The multiplayer is just another of Damage Inc.'s problems: the game is simply a bad, shoddily made, and unentertaining flight simulator that has been made to sell temperamental hardware. While history fans may find some joy in the faithfully re-created...

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Damage Inc.: Pacific Squadron WWII

 

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...

A flight game that never quite takes off, mainly due to the fact everything feels like it has been done on a tight budget and, more importantly, that everything feels a little bit laboured. The campaign never really gets going, the multiplayer is so-so...

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Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII Review

 

Flying under the radar, Damage Inc., Pacific Squadron WWII emerges keen to offer the ultimate World War 2 arcade flying experience. It does so by allowing pilots to control all manners of aeroplanes from fighters, dive bombers, torpedo bombers and even...

Taking out a kamikaze fighter moments before it hits your beloved aircraft carrier.

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Damage Inc: Pacific Squadron WWII

 

When offered the opportunity to review the Damage Inc. Collector's Edition, a new flight sim published by Mad Catz and packaged with an updated Saitek AV8R flight stick, I wouldn't say that I jumped at the chance. I always have mixed feelings when it...

Damage, Inc. shows promise, but will leave experienced flight sim players wanting more of a challenge. The Saitek AV8R that comes packaged with the Collector's Edition is adequate to the job at hand, but would be better purchased independently for the...

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Damage Inc.: Pacific Squadron WWII review

 

Mad Cats is mostly known as a hardware company, although they have dabbled in a few games over the years including a poorly received dance game with a mat for the GameCube and a golf simulator with a motion control club. The latest of their efforts,...

The bottom line is that Mad Cats should just stick to peripherals. While Damage Inc. technically covers all of its bases and is not literally a broken game, it is not a fun game, either. Both diehard fighter/flight sim fans and more casual gamers will...

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Damage Inc.: Pacific Squadron WWII Review

 

Try not to fly the unfriendly skies, even if it has a sweet collector's edition. Our full review.

Lots of unlockable planes ; Some interesting multiplayer modes ; Serviceable gameplay

Ugly visuals ; Techical issues galore ; Generic story

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Mad Catz's lastest outing as a publisher crashes and burns with the awful flight simulator Damage Inc.: Pacific Squadron WWII.

Draws from some interesting historical events

Dull, drawn-out, and repetitive missions ; Boring and predictable story ; Unresponsive controls ; Flight stick feels cheap ; Dated graphics

The multiplayer is just another of Damage Inc.'s problems: the game is simply a bad, shoddily made, and unentertaining flight simulator that has been made to sell temperamental hardware. While history fans may find some joy in the faithfully re-created...

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