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James Recommends Order of Battle: Pacific, a World War II game that breaks the trend of repetitive shooters by focusing on the action in the Pacific Theater. A turn-based RTS from the publishers at Slitherine, it puts the player in command of the navy for either the Allied or Axis powers, with campaigns that give them the power to recreate or change history. While the outcome of the war is in the player's hands, the designers have taken an interesting approach to creating the experience of being on the American side in Pearl Harbor. This unique battle gives the player control of only one ship and challenges them to raise the alarm and save their fellow ships as best they can while the AI guides the surprise attack to its inevitable result.

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