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Russians offer Fair Strike approach

Presumably the Yanks won't like it

Russian developer Buka Entertainment (they of WWF Leopard Survival fame) has announced a military chopper sim, Fair Strike. The game is due out later in 2003 and has players fighting terrorists (who else?) in four campaigns set in the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Instead of lots of very boring men in white coats looking at machinery though, Flashhearts among you will be able to jump into an arcade model by adjusting the realism.

Helicopters in Fair Strike are all authentic, and include the Ka-50 Hokum A, the Ka-50 Hokum B, the Ka-58 Black Ghost, the Ah-64A Apache, the RAH-2 Tiger, the RAH-66 Comanche, the UH-60 Black Hawk and the Ka-60. Cripes.

Source: IGN

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