Excerpt: The console flight sim market has remained relatively stagnant, with Namco’s Ace Combat series essentially reigning the gamepad-driven skies. Last year, Sammy Studios challenged the crown with their release of Lethal Skies, an intriguing mix of futuristic plotlines and modern-day aviation weaponry.
Excerpt: In the near future, pilots battle for control of a war-torn planet. Lethal Skies II puts players inside the cockpits of a vast array of sleek and deadly fighter planes as they battle-opposing forces for control.
Excerpt: I doubt if the products are still being made, but when I was a kid you could go into a grocery store and find "generic" things for sale. Macaroni and cheese came in a plain white box that simply said "Macaroni and Cheese.
Excerpt: Genre: Arcade Flight Sim Developer: Asmik Ace, Ent. Publisher: Sammy Release Date: September 9, 2003 Buy 'LETHAL SKIES II': PlayStation 2 Most flight simulation fans who prefer the get-up-and-go readiness of a console so the slow, plodding pace of a PC have, for quite some time now, differed to...
Conclusion: Lethal Skies II tries to get you involved in its political plot, taking place in the nebulous video game everydate 20xx. However, the announcer sounds like he wished he were somewhere else, the writing discards some general rules of English grammar, and the attempts to personify your wingmen are...
Excerpt: Today, not many flight sims come out for the consoles. Not having a big selection of this genre around, most fanatics look for each new title released. As not a very big fan of Flying games, I can't say I know them all, but I have heard that Ace Combat 4 is quite a remembrance.
Excerpt: Lethal Skies II, Ho hum, another Lethal Skies game... but wait. What's this? The developers at Asmik Ace actually listened to reviewers, fixed almost everything that was wrong with the last version and delivered an improved game that's vastly more fun to play?