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Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW – Review
2 April 2003
Excerpt: Precision is a concept that requires not only patience, but also the right instrument. After all, would a painter be able to create a detailed portrait were he given nothing more than a paint roller? This example not only bears an obvious answer but also depicts a situation where precision is essential. Without its respective tools of the trade, accomplishing such a task would near the impossibility. Such is the dilemma with Lethal Skies for PlayStation 2.
Excerpt: Sammy breaks out with a new take on the combat flight sim. Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW offers some cool flying with a cool backstory, but ends up pulling short just before the runway. Some cool graphical effects aren't enough to make this one rise above the rest of the genre. Click here.
Pros: ups: Some cool graphics effects; fans of combat flight genre should dig it.
Excerpt: Sammy's Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW has survived localization and emerges as an altogether impressive combat flight sim. The game was originally released in Japan sometime ago under the name Sidewinder F, though today it doesn't seem dated in the least. In fact, many aspects of its production stand firmly above its competition--games such as Ace Combat 04 and Top Gun--and its gameplay is both complex and fast-paced enough to compete with those high-profile games.