Not bad getting Battlestations Pacific.
I owned Battlestations Midway when it first came out. Quite an interesting take on RTS-style gaming.
In traditional RTS games, you control many units at one time to a specific target. In Battlestations Midway/Pacific, you individually control units (the submarine sinking battleships, battleships to shell the Japanese shoreline, Dauntless dive bombers to make strafe runs on ships, etc).
Quite a challenging game actually, because you have to constantly switch from one unit type to the other to make sure they "get the job done".
I believe Battlestations Pacific includes a Japanese story arc that, upon winning a campaign mission, will play out as if the Japanese were the ones to win in the Pacific theater.