Gaijin Entertainment’s helicopter assault simulator has been flying low on the gaming news radar, but that doesn’t mean it’s a game worth overlooking. After making sure that Call of Duty Black Ops broke records and made everyone rich, Activision has now turned their attention to Apache: Air Assault and wanted gamers to know that the game is very much available for purchase.

As stated in the press release…
Apache: Air Assault takes players around the world in 16 multi-stage missions involving air and ground strike operations off the coast of Africa, the mountains of the Middle East and the jungles of Central America, each meticulously created using high resolution map data from real-world satellite photography.

Sounds kind of rocking. This is especially considering that the game looks amazing to only fit the $49.99 price point. Usually that’s the sticker-tag of death for most games considering that people see it as a “hold me off” title rather than as an actual game and don’t bother picking up a copy. Given that Apache: Air Assault is the only realistic helicopter game to come out for game consoles in a very long time, I’d at least like to think it’s worth a rental.

You can pick up a copy of the game from local retailers or learn more about Apache: Air Assault by visiting the Official Website.

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