Gamers looking for their newest WWII air-combat fix have definitely found it, as today CDV Software Entertainment USA is pleased to announce more than 175,000 downloads of the recently released single-player demo of Attack on Pearl Harbor. The demo that premiered on GamesRadar.com in late May is currently available across the web, giving aerial combat fans a solid taste of the arcade-oriented combat that will be the game’s focus when it ships in late July 2007. For more information about the game, and to download the demo, please visit http://www.cdvus.com.
“Attack on Pearl Harbor is an extremely fun, unpretentious and accessible action title that should appeal even to the most casual action gamer, and is particularly enjoyable in multi-player matches via LAN or the Internet,” commented CDV USA’s Director of PR and Marketing, Mario Kroll.“We are delighted that this demo has resonated with gamers, confirming that even in a market dominated by gigantic budgets with a primary focus on console gaming, consumers continue to respond well to high-quality, well-priced PC titles.”
Attack on Pearl Harbor is an aerial combat game that will allow players to relive the action-filled dogfights of the Pacific Theater of WWII as both Japanese and American pilots. Featuring arcade-styled gameplay and an extremely intuitive interface, players will be able to quickly jump into the cockpit and take part in exciting aerial battles. Richly detailed graphics, meticulous aircraft designs and graphic-novel inspired cutscenes round out the experience. Attack on Pearl Harbor features four solo campaigns, a "quick play" dogfight mode and online multiplayer (up to 12-player LAN and Internet) gameplay. In addition to the initial Japanese attack on Oahu, the game also offers a host of famed and challenging scenarios such as the Battle of Midway, Iwo Jima, the Doolittle Raid, Burma and Manila. Each campaign spans several months during 1941-1945, presenting an exciting and varied selection of missions.