Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Battlestations: Pacific for Apple Mac OS X screenshot

The timing is reif to return to the Pacific theater of World War II in Battlestations: Pacific, featureing a pair of 14-mission strategy/action campaigns:

  1. Lead the Allies beyond 1942’s Battle of Midway and through the climactic Battle of Okinawa in 1945.
  2. Or control the Japanese navy as it scores several key victories and returns to Hawaii for a final confrontation.

Great news for Mac enthusiats as five multiplayer modes in Battlestations: Pacific let you take your strategic thinking online for fast-paced combat with up to seven other Apple fanbois (lets face it, how can you not be).

From the Apple website:

By Brad Cook

“I have returned,” General Douglas MacArthur famously proclaimed in October 1944, after winning the Battle of Leyte in the Philippines. So have you: Battlestations: Pacific picks up where its predecessor left off, taking you beyond 1942’s pivotal Battle of Midway and through the climactic Battle of Okinawa in 1945.

Battlestations: Pacific

This time, however, you can also flip the perspective and experience the other side of the war in an alternate history campaign that sees you participating in the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor and eventually returning to Hawaii for a final victory. The storyline, which is based on a plausible extrapolation of historical events, imagines what would have happened had the Japanese fleet prevailed in several key battles, including Midway and Guadalcanal.

Battlestations: Pacific’s 28 missions bring those campaigns to life with improved realistic graphics, including transparent water at shallow depths, ships that can split in two as they sink, a new cockpit view, battles that take place at night, new weather effects, and more. You’ll also now be able to land troops on islands and take control of them, enabling you to establish critical waypoints as you move across the ocean.

 

System Requirements for Battlestations: Pacific:

  • Mac OS Xversion 10.5.8 (version 10.6.4 recommended)
  • 1.8GHz Intel processor (2.4GHz recommended)
  • 2GB RAM (3GB recommended)
  • 256MB video RAM (512MB recommended; ATI X1 series and Nvidia 7 series video cards, and Intel GMA graphics chipsets not supported.)
  • 9GB hard disk space
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