Summary: Some of the preview scenes I saw for this looked very exciting. You command a spider-esque looking tank that can also go airborne. It has plenty of earth-shaking weapons to choose from, and there is a multitude of targets to destroy. Graphics are, for the most part, super.
Summary: Often games from the PS2 and earlier eras don't live up to their nostalgia when you repurchase them on a whim, years after playing for the first time, something I've had to learn the hard way for many games, but in many ways Battle Engine Aquila defies this stereotype.
Summary: I got this for my son fairly cheaply as its an old title and has 2 player mode. Aquilla is an aircraft rather like an insect with various air-air air-ground weapon systems (constellation Aquilla is the eagle).
Summary: A great game for PS2... you are in control of a futuristic robot, which can either walk around on its legs or you can transform int it's flying mode. You take part in many battles from defending and attacking to escorting.
Summary: This game has a nice variety of weapons, wingmates, aircraft and enemy vessels (ranging from battleships to armoured troop transporters and from wincy little men to big bad tanks) to either use or destroy. Basically you are a pilot of a machine called the Battle Engine Aquilla Pulsar type.
Summary: Battle Engine Aquila: A particularly ruthless toilet stain removing product, or a computer game? The latter oddly enough. There seems to be some sort of prerequisite with games involving giant robots blowing up stuff: they must have the most ridiculous titles like Oily Sprocket Marauder, or Project...
Summary: Dieses Game hat:gute Grafik,mega geiles feeling!Doch die Story hätte etwas besser sein können.Ansonsten ist dieses Game einfach ein Hammer! NUR ZU EMPFEHLEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!