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You will face a challenging single player campaign as either US Navy or Imperial Japanese Navy as well as multiplayer battles against human opponents or skirmish missions with artificial intelligence.

Game uses action packed gameplay with a region-control based economy model. You will have to plan your attacks carefully, picking regions of the map that are more strategically important for you. In time you will be able to build your own fleet of ships. Your skills as a commander will be tested in combat and in your ability to compose a winning fleet, as every ship has strong and weak points.
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