The World War II flight simulator from Mad Catz Interactive, Damage Inc., just received its very own multiplayer demo. The demo made the unlikely weekend appearance on Microsoft's online service, and Mad Catz wanted everyone to know that the game is up, available and live right now.

Darren Richardson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz had a few words to share in the press release announcing the demo, saying...
“The release of Damage Inc. advances us in our goal of pursuing targeted software opportunities that pose manageable downside risk by complementing our hardware initiatives.” ... “We are proud of Damage Inc. and believe it is a product that will appeal to passionate consumers.”



Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII puts players in the pilot seat of famous aerial war craft used during World War II, these air-breaking flying contraptions that can be used in both single and multiplayer modes will be accentuated with Mad Catz' own Pacific AV8R FlightStick, that's currently available for pre-order right now.

The demo sports...uh...planes. And there's also...uh...some multiplayer. Oh, and the best part is the...uhh...well, you'll just have to download the multiplayer demo to see what it doesn't have. But regardless, the small taste of gameplay should give you a small sample of what to expect from the full thing, especially for gamers curious if the title will be oriented around arcade or simulation style gameplay.

You can look for the full release of Damage Inc Pacific Squadron WWII from Mad Catz Interactive to launch on August 28 for the Xbox 360 and PS3 digitally. If you're digging the game and want to to learn more, feel free to visit the Official Website.
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