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      IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey

      for PSP

      Item Code: 127597

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      Description

      Manufacturer's Description

      Participate in the war's most famous confrontations piloting fighters, battle planes or heavy bombers through a range of thrilling missions set over stunning landscapes - from the patchwork fields of Southern England to the smoking ruins of Stalingrad all recreated with amazing detail.

      SME Dynamic Systems Limited is able to take advantage of the PSP's considerable graphical capabilities and produce a handheld format that bears notable familiarity to the home console versions of IL-2. The PSP campaign unveils 30 thrilling missions across six major WWII battlefields with over 30 aircraft recreated in stunning detail (14 available for the player to pilot). The non-linear campaign allows players to pick any mission and unlock new ones as they are completed. There are 16 achievements to gain as well as multiplayer support for two player head to head dogfights on the move.

      • Choose a difficulty level to match your experience.
      • Relive the golden age of military aviation, guiding 14 classic aircraft including the iconic Spitfire, through 30 death-defying missions.
      • Battle for control of the skies in intense dogfights, ground attacks and bombing runs.
      • Fight for air supremacy in multiplayer dogfights.
      • Enjoy detailed visuals and an atmospheric audio experience.
      Product Type PSP Software
      Packaged Weight 0.1 Kg
      Condition New
      Barcode 8023171022048
      Genre Flight
      Platform(s) PSP

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