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History Channel: Battle for the Pacific

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GF Rating
4.2

324 ratings

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GF Rating
1

Horrible

worst game ever

posted by games4ever (CHAMBERSBURG, PA) May 2, 2010

Member since May 2010

5 out of 5 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

this was the worst game of all time the graphics sux the weapons sux the the AI sux and dont even get me started on the story line. watever u do DO NOT RENT THIS GAME

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GF Rating
1

Horrible

where to start?

posted by hobieone (SAN ANTONIO, TX) Dec 4, 2008

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Member since Oct 2008

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

the graphics are ok for this game along withthe sounds. but the controls are horrid! barely move the remote and your spinning around 360 degrees made movement and aiming impossible. if you want a good fps for the wii i would get medal of honor 2 so far the best one i have seen and played. stay away from this game / played less than 5 min and sent it back the same day

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GF Rating
1

Horrible

Worst FPS I ever played

posted by dunnagan (VALLEJO, CA) Apr 16, 2008

Member since Jan 2008

I think this commentary from the online forum rrbgames sums it up best: "After playing through the first mission I ejected it from my Wii, placed it back it the sleeve, and promptly mailed it back...Simply put: Worst. FPS. Ever. It took me over 90 minutes to trudge through the first mission. I’ll tell you why. First controlling your soldier feels like controlling a busted tank and getting your bearings enough to shoot back at multiple enemies is near impossible. Up close enemies just stand there firing off lazy shots, while you clumsily aim the Wii remote to turn your aiming reticule red so you don’t miss like Greedo at point blank range. But get far away enough, like hundreds of yards away with your line of sight hidden by dense vegetation, and the Japanese soldiers gain godlike powers with impeccable aim and magic bullets that bend around corners and always find their mark. So I had to somehow retreat to safe place to wait for my health meter to refill (just like the real Marines interviewed on the History Channel recall doing) before trying to tackle that area again. Of course invisible walls force you into the bottleneck, so you just have to hope for the best. Use tactics such as flanking or finding higher ground? No, that would be cheating!"

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