Peripheral maker Mad Catz publishing new WW2 flying game

Developed by Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters studio.

Peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz will publish Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WW2, a new aerial combat game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

The airborne shooter is being developed by Aussie outfit Trickstar Games, the studio behind Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters.

The game and joystick.

Naturally, Damage Inc. will also be available with a Mad Catz-made peripheral. The game and specially-branded joystick bundle will cost £89.99.

Mad Catz has just announced two pre-order bonuses for the title, one apiece for retailers GAME and Amazon.

Pre-order before midnight on 27th August at Amazon and you get the P-80 Shooting Star Jet plane.

At GAME you get the P-61 Black Widow plane, allowing you the use of rockets.

Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WW2 will then launch a day later - 28th August. New screenshots lie below.

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