Kid reviews for Battlestations: Pacific

Common Sense says

Massive arcade-like military strategy game.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 10+
Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 11+
Based on 5 reviews
Teen, 16 years old Written byolympicmascots October 5, 2016

Good game with violence

This game is a WWII Pacific is an arcade game. Players fly planes, drive boats, and drive submarines. When vehicles get destroyed, they get destroyed and boats sink. No people are found retreating, dying, and getting injured. There is a training level and you can change the difficulty of the level. There is mild language.

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Violence & scariness
Teen, 14 years old Written byPalkiajack March 28, 2015

Fun gameplay for all ages, with the added bonus of a history lesson.

Battlestations: Pacific is a wonderful game. It allows the player to take control of historic sea battles during World War II. Players can take part in the bombing of Pearl Harbor, win the battles of Guadalcanal for the Americans, or even rewrite history to win Midway for the Japanese, and go on to invade Hawaii.

Battlestations: Pacific, despite it's military themes, features no bloodshed or gore. The most violent thing in the game is bombing land positions.

Battlestations: Pacific is a great WWII simulator, and I encourage it for everyone.

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Ease of Play
Kid, 9 years old March 12, 2011

fine for 11+

i think this game is great, but some strategy and thinking is requierd. violence wise there is no blood or gore, but ships, bases, planes get blown up.there is an amount of swearing but not an overload.

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Educational Value
Kid, 12 years old May 31, 2010

great game for kids!!!

I have this game and it is great. you can controll a bunch of ships and plains. You have to be smart to play so its not just senceless violence and its very easy to play. and you learn alot about history. for ages 11-18 i say.

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Educational Value
Teen, 15 years old Written June 4, 2009