Summary: My son says this was an ok. He said it was plenty challenging, but, he did not like the "way you have to play it." I'm not a gamer so I don't know what that means, but I have complete trust in his criticism.
Summary: The thunder of a hundred roaring bird's mechanical engines deafen the muggy air. The stampede of recoiling metallic substance grates across the dry earth as the ever stretching line of assault vehicles leisurely march forward towards their enemy. The smell of burnt ash and spent gasoline flutters past your nostrils as the first shot rung out just off in the distance. War, no matter the coat of paint nor the propaganda, is never a pretty subject.
Summary: Glory days 2 has to be the best game ever made. It is a side scrolling adventure reminiscent of older games adults may remember from their past. The game reminds me of Choplifter, Rescue Raiders, and Wings of Fury. You are given the command of either a plane, or helicopter, or both. You must proceed across the battlefield supporting your ground forces, engaging enemy air units, or rescuing civilians caught in the middle.
Summary: You wouldn't ever know it by reading the description here or the back of the box, but this is basically just a flash game. The whole thing is a very shallow side-scroller that you can probably beat in a couple of days Basically, you always start out on the right, the enemy always starts on the left. They spawn ground troops that march towards you, taking over bunkers along the way. Your troops do the same, marching towards them.
There's No Stopping Space Vikings T. Edwards!, Amazon
13 August 2007
Summary: This was kind of a creeper game I guess. I've never heard of Glory Days 1 and I didn't know anything about this game until I was home with it in my DS really. Initially you are given the choice of English, French, and Spanish so FYI international gamers, you can pick this one up. From the menu you are given the choice to do the Campaign, Battle, and do Multiplayer aside from the standard credits and options.
Excerpt: "...you have NOT heard of Glory Days 2 (GD2). It is not exactly the most publicised nor best selling of games on the DS. According to Amazon's sales rank, GD2 is 2601th on the list of bestselling games on all platforms. Compare that with Brain Training (13th on ALL platforms) and 42 All Time Classics (21st) and you get the picture that GD2 is not exactly in the mainstream. I stumbled upon this game by chance whilst browsing in a high street store. ...
Pros: Fast paced action with strategy elements, FUN