Summary: Anyone who watches the opening cinematic and loves it will clearly enjoy this game. It is a beautiful and charming work of art that we have always expected out of Japan. The learning curve is a bit steep, with the controls taking some time to get accustomed to. I was playing on easy and had some challenges near the end, but someone with the right skill can play on any difficulty with ease. I did find it to be a bit on the short side, however.
Summary: The game's controls are tricky at first, but once you get used to them the game is lots of fun. You fly around in your choice of three planes. You have a complete open 3-d enviornment to roam around in and blast the heck out of all the bad guys. It's really fun, as long as you can look past the cutesy characters. I give it 4 out of 5 stars!
Summary: This game is a great game. It has a great story mode and plays awesome you don't have to move around alot and get straight to the action. There are 5 characters to play as 3 you have to unlock and unlocking them isn't the easiest. For one this game can be dificult on all gunners at some points in the game like when fighting warships or cannons. So overall good game one con though that it can be hard at some points in the game and a little confusing.
Summary: Graphics and story are excellent. The camera can take some getting used to but after that, the game is an absolute joy to play. It is a good game for older kids as the controls would be to hard for younger ones.
Summary: Sky Gunner is my favorite game for the Playstation 2. If you ask most people what the greatest game for system is, they'll probably tell you all about some popular first-person shooter, some super-realistic driving game, or perhaps some overblown rpg with hours of cutscenes about saving the world. As a true hard-core gamer, I personally have always championed gameplay above all else.
Summary: at first you might think that this game is for kids but it's really not. the graphics are okay and yes the game is pretty short. BUT the game does have five characters and five different viewpoints. also there are some fun extra stuff like CG collection, voice collection, survival mode, etc. Also, the voice acting was actually pretty decent. The gameplay becomes harder as you choose a more difficult character.
Summary: The game itself is fun to play for around 5 hours or so, which is really all the time you need to beat it. It does have some good aspects in it, for instance the varying story lines for the characters and the different weapons each plane has. It does however lack a few things that would've made the game much more enjoyable, like : Upgradeable planes, longer storyline, more selectable characters, and better weapon systems.
Summary: As far as shoot-em-up games go, Skygunner is a reasonable purchase. The graphics are great, the fights intense, and the immersion incredible. The graphics, in fact, are maybe a little too intense. On my PS2 (one of the first release models), the game would often experience immense graphical delay if too many polygons were onscreen at the same time.