Summary: Good game in good condition & working order, dispatched immediately, very happy with the service. As for the game itself, I would say that this game is one of the most underrated games for the PS2. It has more than just flying vehicles there are ground vehicles as well, allthough I haven't got very far with it yet because I'm no genius with this type of game, but I would say quality wise it is in the same league as the brilliant Ace Combat series.
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! The early missions start you out slow, with little or no weaponry. They are a little dull, but they teach you some great piloting skills, so what the heck.
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. There's nothing like putting the dropship into hover and firing as you descend to the LZ to drop a tank onto the battlefield.
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. I am in the Army and these kind of games really get my blood going.