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Back to News Listing Banzai! Expansion for Pacific Fighters Goes Gold

Posted: Monday, May 9, 2005 by Matrix Support

Type: News

New Expansion for Pacific Fighters Brings Massive New Content. Matrix Games and X1 Software (www.x1software.com) announced today that Banzai!, their newest IL-2 Sturmovik series expansion (for Pacific Fighters™), has gone gold and will soon be available for sale from the Matrix Games website. Banzai will require the previously installed software of Pacific Fighters™.

Banzai takes you to the Pacific Rim with style.  Fly famous aircrafts such as the A6M Zero and the Corsair as you engage the enemy over land and sea.  You’ll be charged with the tasks of taking out enemy ships, defending your fleet, and strafing land targets!  You can fly for the United States, Australia, or Japan in over 320 hand-made missions!  Best of all, with over 100 multiplayer missions and a dedicated server from X1 Software you’ll never be lonely while flying high.

Banzai is an expansion for Pacific Fighters™ and requires Pacific Fighters™ to operate. IL-2 Sturmovik™ and Pacific Fighters™ are registered trademarks of Ubisoft.  Banzai! is not officially produced or endorsed by Ubisoft or any other third party.  To find out more about Pacific Fighters visit www.pacific-fighters.com.  To learn more about Banzai! from Matrix Games visit www.matrixgames.com.

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