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 Jan 05, 2005 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* Dreamcatcher to publish Aerial Strike

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Dreamcatcher Games have latched on to publish Aerial Strike: The Yager Missions:
Toronto, January 4, 2005 - DreamCatcher Games today announced it will publish Aerial Strike: The Yager Missions, a futuristic aerial 3D combat/action game, for Windows? in North America.

Despite all of the superior technological advancements of the future, security on Earth remains at risk. In Aerial Strike: The Yager Missions, players assume the role of Magnus Tide, pilot of one of the deadliest machines in the galaxy: the fighter ship Sagittarius. Taking control of Sagittarius? multiple weapons and capabilities, players enter a world of extreme fighter pilot action, forcing futuristic rivals to pay the ultimate price in a daring quest to save the world.

This radical action game offers intense aerial combat with a combination of dog fighting missions and ground attack objectives. Players will soar through 22 huge levels, adapting their strategies around multi-faceted terrains, including deep canyons and enormous mountains. They will maneuver a wide range of crafts, from agile fighters to huge battleships and carriers. When outside of the Sagittarius, players can get behind the controls of a gun turret for a more hands-on approach at fending off an onslaught of enemies.

Aerial Strike: The Yager Missions is developed by Yager Development. It has an anticipated ESRB rating of ?T? for Teen and will retail for $19.99 USD. This title will ship in North America on January 27, 2005. For more information visit www.dreamcatchergames.com.

They also hit us with a few screenshots:


 

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