Excerpt: Pacific Liberator is a helicopter combat game from Zoo Games. The aerial action takes the gamer right into a conflict out in the Pacific Ocean. The island conflict is between the locals and the forces of El Presidente, “the ultimate enemy.” El Presidente is terrorizing the islands in the area and your goal is to free the islands from his rule.
Summary: Pacific Liberator is a poor attempt to capture what made the ho-hum Desert Strike so much fun back in the day. The controls aren’t responsive enough to make you feel like you’re flying a military-grade helicopter and the gameplay is repetitive and boring. The game falls under three hours and that’s if you play through all the difficulty settings. This is a one hour play-through. Seriously.
Summary: It's time for an all-action helicopter game that puts you in the cockpit for high-speed aerial combat over volatile action in the Pactific. In Pacific Liberator, you’ll be thrown into high-flying warfare besting the forces of El Presidente, the ultimate enemy.