Reviews and Problems with Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War
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26 December 2013
Summary: In the Air Combat series this would place 3rd in my book, as it's a copy-cat of the other games - just slightly different battles. The good point of the game is that you are only dealing with one wingman...and he doesn't talk much. The part I don't like about the game is the last battle..
Summary: Ace Combat Zero feels more like an expansion pack to Ace Combat 5 - The Unsung War more than it's own full game. The graphics are good, but the plot and missions were rather weak. (And there's way too much Spanish guitar in the music.
Summary: Think of Ace Combat 5, replace the CG cutscenes with some uninspired live actors, the global WWIII story with the earlier Belkan war, replace the 27 missions with 18, and the 3 wingmen with 1, and you have ZERO. It isn't a bad game, the graphics are fine. The game play is nice enough. The VS.
Summary: The game generally plays and looks like all the other Ace Combat games for the PS2 so you won't see or do something new here. Because of this, what will matter is the story line, mission design and variety, aircraft selection, replay factor.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of the Ace Combat series. I was addicted to 4, needed to go to video game rehab because of 5. This one I'm on the fence about. I like the graphics and the gameplay. Its kind of a cross between 4 and 5 as far as the controls go. The Story, eh so far its okay. Blowing stuff up?
Excerpt: Ace Combat - The Belkan War pretty much uses all the same features as its predecessors, however don't be disappointed! If you enjoyed 'Ace Combat 5' and Ace Combat 04 then the term 'been there, done that' will undoubtedly spring to mind, don't let this put you off though, the skies are still...
Pros: Fast, Fun, Exciting Plane Action !
Cons: Not much added from earlier games, No online play