Summary: Back in the 80's Space Ace was a game for people to get in line because it was a lot of fun. Space Ace has been in every format, and now after almost 20 years from its release we can enjoy it in our house with our DVD's.
Summary: If you plunked a lot of quarters into the old Dragon's Lair or Space Ace arcade games then give this game a shot. The graphics and move sequences of Space Ace DVD-ROM emulate the arcade game almost perfectly. The only shortcomings of this game are that the "good move", "bad move" sounds are missing.
Summary: I love this game. I looked at reviews for it, and was intimidated to play it. After I got used to the playing style, I loved it. The animations are funny and hey, I'm a kid of the 80's. Plus it's Don Bluth, surely anyone who loves animation has seen this.
Summary: Space Ace on Bluray = AWESOME!!!! I've purchased almost every incarnation of Space Ace that has ever hit the retail market and I must say this is the best one yet. High resolution graphics make this even better than the Arcade Version because, well, the arcade was shown at Standard Definition (480p)...
Summary: As I stated in my Dragon's Lair blu-ray review, I owned the DVD version of this game and it was junk but the blu-ray version of this is an outstanding improvment! The 2 second delay between moves that plauged the DVD version are gone and the game moves flawlessly from move to move and from scene to...
This game does not work on PS3s and blu ray player
18 January 2010
Summary: I tried to play this DVD/game on both of my updated PS3s. Failed both times cycling through the same graphic non-stop. I then tested this DVD/game on a Sony stand-alone player and got the same result. It failed again. Consider yourself warned and avoid the headache of returning merchandise.
Not Dragon's Lair, but good enough to warrant a buy
JOHN SPANGLER "Johnny Spang", Amazon
29 December 2009
Summary: Back in 1983 a game called Dragon's Lair came to the local arcades, 3 months later came Space Ace in early 1984. The rest is history. Space Ace back in the day was a laserdisc video game produced by Don Bluth Studios and Cinematronics.