If you enjoyed the original Pacific Storm, then you are sure to enjoy the sequel. The original game merged traditional strategy and combat action. The sequel, aptly titled Pacific Storm: Allies, adds new content, but keeps the original game’s Pacific theater setting and combat action feature. As you’d expect, the combat action mode is a major selling point, and is one of the most fun aspects of Pacific Storm: Allies.
The game features strategic gameplay in the Second World War, allowing players to take part in naval battles and resolve conflicts militarily or diplomatically. There are many different ships to control in Pacific Storm, enabling players to fight alongside the US, Japan, and a newly introduced nation, the UK. The game allows players to develop new technologies and deploy new weapon systems to win battles and alter history. If you enjoy playing historical games, you’ll love Pacific Storm: Allies.
The gameplay of Pacific Storm: Allies is deep and complex, and it requires players to carefully plan their military and production strategies. Players must carefully plan every aspect of their military, from research to production. Building a warship takes months, and must train enough seamen and stock up on oil. The same is true for building naval squadrons and formations. There are hundreds of units to command, and players will spend many hours trying to achieve victory.