Reviews and Problems with Dropship: United Peace Force
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Robert S. "geek hipster", Amazon
14 January 2008
Summary: It's not the worst combat flight sim out there, or the best. The missions have a nice logic to them and learning to control your dropship properly takes practice- she's a slippery hippo. The maps are large and have a good sense of scale.
I should have played this sooner! Great flight combat sim!
13 May 2004
Summary: Dropship: United Peace Force is a fantastic flight combat game that you should try and pick up cheap because it has been out for awhile now. The whole game is fast, competitive, has a steep learning curve with realistic battle sequences, amazing replay functions (cinematic), huge explosions, 20...
Summary: I've been so hooked on this game since I started playing it. I liked Ace Combat 4, but I LOVE this game. Not only do you pilot drop ships, but fighters and land vehicles too. You even get to take a break from flying and driving from time to time to man weapons turrets in the air and on the ground!
Summary: With most console-based flight games, control schemes are often simplified for the sake of ease. This is not the cade in Dropship, yet it does not damage the gameplay. It feels, in fact, like the controller was built to control the dropship. It's refreshing not to have the simple arcade control.
Summary: I've played most of BAM!'s PS2 line now: Dropship, Way of the Samurai, and Wipeout Fusion. In every case, the game concept has been interesting/cool, but the actual gameplay and implementation of the ideas just don't deliver a consistenly fun experience.
Summary: There has always been one thing that has disappointed me about the PS2 is there were never many decent flight sims on it. But by luck I grabbed myself a copy of this totally engrossing game. I have been hearing about this game for a while now and now that it is here I am not disappointed.
Summary: Look at the combat flight games on the PS2 and you'll find that most titles follow the tried and true formula. You take a fighter, whether airplane or spaceship, and place it in a beautiful environment and give the player a chance to blow things up.
Summary: I first played this game when I was vacationing in Europe and saw a demo in an electronics store in London. This game was just too cool. Nice graphics and nonstop exciting gameplay. I'm glad its finally arrived here in the U.S. No need to buy the import version.