Nuclear Strike available on April 19 2016 from Amazon for 7.09
UPC bar code 014633078121 ξ1 registered February 15 2015
UPC bar code 014633078121 ξ2 registered February 15 2015
Product category is Electronic
Manufacturered by Electronic Arts
Product weight is 0.15 lbs.
1 Player Control 15 New Vehicles Smarter Battlefields New "FX" allows for real time light-sourcing, terrain craters, and shockwaves Multiple Difficulty Levels with more populated battlefields Nuclear Strike is the superior sequel to the popular helicopter action game Soviet Strike. The graphics are better, the interactive environments are richer, and the addition of new vehicles adds varied gameplay to an already standout series. Flying a massively powerful attack chopper is still at the core of the game, but during some missions you'll be able to control tanks or even Harrier jump jets, which are a complete blast to fly. The mission objectives are varied, and, fortunately for action fans, there are plenty of enemies to destroy. If you get tired of taking on the bad guys, there are also buildings and other ground targets worth destroying. With so much to blast, you'll likely suffer trigger finger from the nonstop assault. While fast action is always fun, players looking for an action game that requires any amount of strategic thought will likely want to look elsewhere. --T. Byrl Baker Pros: Lots of vehicles to command Plenty of targets for nonstop action Cons: Some slowdown when the screen gets crowded Blowing things up gets old after a while
This is one of my best games. It has more vehicles than the Soviet Strike game. You have to stop a crazy mad man with a stolen thermonuclear device.The graphics are smoother than Soviet Strike, and it has more levels and codes. There are new vechicle in this game:Super Apache: It has the same fire power as in the last game.Sea Apache : This has weaker fire power (missles-75 p)M1-A1 Abrams: One shot kills all. One shot will kill any enemy.M-2 Bradly: It takes many more shot ..