Summary: Looks, feels and plays exactly like AC5. Just a couple very minor menu changes that dont affect gameplay. Its not as long as AC5 and not as many missions but just as awesome. You WILL NOT regret this purchase!!! Its like an expansion pack for AC5! GET IT! GET IT NOOOWWWWW!!!
Summary: I liked the game, but it was really similar to the previous version, and a lot shorter; it had a lot fewer sorties. One substantial update was that you can buy different weapons for each plane. But the price for such is very high, and really uneccessary as you can always succeed with the stock weaponry each plane comes with. Another change is that the player is now a mercenary, fighting amongst allied forces. Personally, I don't care for this feature.
Summary: This game is very fun to play and is a good buy($25 or less only). You should know that this game has a storyline to it. I believe it is the sixth or seventh installment of the story line. There is enough gameplay for someone just starting AceCombat or someone following up with the storyliine. It is still a good game to start with. It is not very complicated to learn to play. The goals and medals are somewhat easy to earn. The jets are plentiful and awesome.
Summary: If you like AC5, this game challenge everything you did before. More dogfight than ever. And that traitor called Pixy, to beat him will frustrate you more than once. A real duel. However this game is a little short. I highly recommend it.
Conclusion: Another solid entry in the Ace Combat series, the AI is solid and the mission structure is much the same as last time, which is good because the missions are challenging and fun, its also bad because if you get shot down your looking at about 20 minuites to go through again.
Conclusion: A very good, although short, addition to the Ace Combat series. The graphics are good, but no improvement over Squadron Leader. The key improvement in this sequel is in the AI, you have to work much harder to shoot down enemies, especially later in the game. If you've enjoyed Ace Combat games before you'll definitely like this one, but it's certainly one to rent, as it only lasted me about two weeks.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
12 August 2006
Summary: Ace Combat Zero is a prequel to the Ace Combat series, You get fully up to date graphics and gameplay, while finding out what happened to set up the wars in the Ace Combat series. There are fewer yes-no types of questions than in previous games, and less character development, but the mission tree is much more nicely done - you often get to choose from "land missions" or "air missions" depending on your personal preferences.