Fans of Real time tactics and action games rejoice – Battlestations : Pacific is out! Battlestations : Pacific is the sequel to 2007’s Battlestations : Midway. This time around it’s being developed by Eidos Hungary. The game of course is protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management sofware). Devs have used SecuROM and as usual scene group RELOADED have cracked it three days before the game’s street date. I have not been able to find reviews of this game anywhere so far but the screenshots sure do look nice. Hopefully the gameplay too is better.
Getting back to RELOADED’s release, it comprises of an untouched full DVD ISO of the game (6.38GB) as well as a cracked exe that apparently has the SecuROM protection removed. They have also added a new line at the end of cracking instructions : 5. Support the software developers. If you like this Game. BUY IT! Although most groups such as Razor1911 have been including similar phrases in their releases for many years, RELOADED didn’t follow this practice up until now.
Anyways the release has now made its way onto private and public Bittorrent trackers, one click hosting sites and so on. Expect this to be downloaded a lot of times, specially given the popularity of the first game of the series.
Set in WWII, Battlestations: Pacific delivers intense, action-packed combat and strategic warfare on an extraordinary scale and features two distinctly different single player campaigns. As the Americans, the game picks up the story where Battlestations: Midway left off and allows players to fight their way from The Battle of Midway to Okinawa as they try to secure peace in the Pacific. As the Japanese however, players take control of the Imperial Japanese fleet and have the unique chance to fight at Pearl Harbor before attempting to change the course of history and take full control of the Pacific Ocean.