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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Wii
PUBLISHER:
Nintendo
DEVELOPER:
Kuju Entertainment
GENRE: Action
PLAYERS:   1-2
RELEASE DATE:
October 29, 2007
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Advance Wars: Days of Ruin

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Advance Wars: Dual Strike

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Advance Wars

 Written by John Scalzo  on August 23, 2006

News: Straight from Germany with the news on Nintendo's next Battalion Wars game.



Nintendo has used the Leipzig Games Convention in Germany to reveal two new Wii projects. The first of which is the cleverly named BWii: Battalion Wars 2 from Kuju Entertainment. Here's what we know, straight from the source:

Tricked into believing that the Solar Empire is developing a devastating super-weapon, Commander Pierce and Colonel Windsor of the Anglo Isles launch a pre-emptive strike on the Coral Atolls. The world is once again at war.

Drive tanks, command ships, pilot planes and direct your troops into the heart of the action in the return of the popular tactical action game for Wii.

3 Online Multiplayer Modes
  • Assault: Instant Combat
  • Skirmish: Tactical depth
  • Co-op: Work with friends

    3 Theatres of War
    Combine land, sea and air combat

    5 New Naval Units
    Battleship, Frigate, Submarine, Dreadnought, Transport

    6 Different Races, 5 Different Environments
    With new vehicles for each side

    Wii-Controller
    Provides intuitive, all-action gameplay

    Greater tactical depth
  • Capture facility buildings to re-spawn units (HQ, Barracks, Factories, Airfield, Docks)
  • Use Map Screen Commanding to order from afar

    Bigger and Better
  • 20+ single player missions AND 15+ mp missions
  • Increased replay value



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