Eidos sexes up World War II quite a bit, with the inclusion of award-winning burlesque artist Miss Polly Rae as aircraft nose art in Battlestations: Pacific.
In Battlestations: Pacific you don't just have a chance to play on the side of Japan, you can experience a World War II where Japan wins the war.
I blow up a ship and I win, I blow up a ship and I lose. What the hell is going on here?
The Battlestations: Pacific event yielded a good look at the game, excellent (if eccentric) sushi and some decently sweet swag.
Now that the holiday rush has officially died down, it’s time to get back to business – the business of game showcases.
Eidos has just launched Battlestations.net, the community-focused website for their upcoming follow-up to Battlestations: Midway, Battlestations: Pacific, and they're celebrating by bombarding fans with new screens and trailers.
Nothing says World War II game like a trailer that kicks off with a Frankie D quote. If you aren't willing to pony up words of wisdom from Mr. Roosevelt or Winston Churchill, you might as well just make a plain vanilla generic war game and call it a day. That's not the Eidos way, obviously. This debut trailer for…