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 Feb 04, 2005 - 10:15 AM - by Michael
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Dreamcatcher Games has shipped Aerial Strike: The Yager missions to stores

Toronto, February 4, 2005 - DreamCatcher Games today announced Aerial
Strike: The Yager Missions, a futuristic aerial 3D combat/action game,
is now available for Windows(r) at retailers across 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, combining 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. Outside of the Sagittarius, players apply a more hands-on
approach to fending off enemies when they get behind the controls of a
gun turret.

Aerial Strike: The Yager Missions is developed by Yager Development. It
has an ESRB rating of 'T' for Teen and retails for a suggested price of
$19.99 USD. For more information visit .
They also sent some screenshots:

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