Game Profile

Tricked into believing that the Solar Empire is developing a devastating super-weapon, Commander Pierce and Colonel Windsor of the Anglo Isles launch a pre-emptive strike on the Coral Atolls. The world is once again at war.

Drive tanks, command ships, pilot planes and direct your troops into the heart of the action in the return of the popular tactical action game for Wii.

3 Online Multiplayer Modes
Assault: Instant Combat
Skirmish: Tactical depth
Co-op: Work with friends

3 Theatres of War
Combine land, sea and air combat

5 New Naval Units
Battleship, Frigate, Submarine, Dreadnought, Transport

6 Different Races, 5 Different Environments
With new vehicles for each side

Provides intuitive, all-action gameplay

Greater tactical depth
Capture facility buildings to re-spawn units (HQ, Barracks, Factories, Airfield, Docks)
Use Map Screen Commanding to order from afar

Bigger and Better
20+ single player missions AND 15+ mp missions
Increased replay value

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Thomas Bowskill

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User Comments (5)



edofthe209 said:

I do really like this game. It makes for the cutest little war you ever did see. It makes me wish more strategy games were coming out for the Wii.



JeffFury said:

When I first saw a semi-strategy war game for the wii, I peed a little.. Then I remembered its a wii game.. sigh. So, is my pair of wet undies I hucked at my wall to dry worth the aggrivation? Please elaborate the aspect before they leave a horrid shaped yellow stain in my living room.



JeffFury said:

ha, yeah. I suppose writing quirky things latenight isnt a good idea. my bad. soo, any good?

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