Justin Lee On May 1, 2007 at 10:55 am

Codemasters sends word that Heatseeker has flown into stores in North America for the Playstation 2 and Wii. They even sent along one last gameplay video from the Playstation 2 version.

Delivering true air superiority into the hands of gamers everywhere, Codemasters, Inc. today announced that Heatseeker – the eagerly anticipated arcade-style air combat game, is available at retail outlets nationwide. Heatseeker gives players unparalleled control of the military’s finest and most sophisticated airborne arsenal as they skyrocket to victory over the U.S, off the coast of South America, over Antarctica and into the Far East. Heatseeker is available now for the Wii and PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, with the PSP® (PlayStation Portable) system version to follow shortly, and is rated “T” (Teen – Mild Language, Violence) by the ESRB.

With control of over 35 jet fighters and their variants, and over 18 land and sea-based missions to complete, players will be pulling off face-melting loops over and under bridges, screaming in low under the radar blanket and protecting allied fleets – all while facing a seemingly unbeatable amount of enemies. Teeming with more aircraft in the sky than ever before seen, Heatseeker is the ultimate blackout-inducing, close-quarters air combat game around.

Air superiority can only be achieved with the most advanced weapons, and Heatseeker has it all. Players can choose between 60 different weapons packs to take out the opposition, including everything from radar-guided missiles to rocket propelled torpedoes. And when the going gets tough, pilots can even rain down ultimate carnage upon their hapless foes with the power of nuclear-tipped cruise missiles.

For more information on Heatseeker, please be sure to visit the official website at http://www.codemasters.com/heatseeker.

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