Reviews and Problems with After Burner: Black Falcon
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Its okay, could be better but good all around
TripleX189xxx , GameStop
7 June 2011
Summary: i saw this game for ps2 and it looked pretty good so i saw it for psp and wante to give it a try. i got it and whis i first played i was little dissapointed. but i gave it one more try and it sucked me in. you ct move around to much just back and forth you cant turn all the way around like you woul if you were playing ace combat but its nice for a gamer that dosent play all the time.
Not your classic-style After Burner, still solid fun.
Michael Hojjatie "Bilon Salame", Amazon
31 December 2007
Summary: Regardless of what the back of the game says, this game isn't exactly arcadey-feeling in the sense that it's not as fast (not exactly a big deal), not straightforward (you're still on rails, but now there are goals to accomplish), and weapon/engine/exterior upgrades can be bought. It's also American developed, as in the case with most current entries for older series.
Summary: After Burner: Black Falcon for the PSP is a blast to play, perfectly suited to the PSP's pick-up-and-play style of gaming. Not to complicated, fun, and great in short bursts. Just like the PSP (I have an Xbox 360 for the hardcore stuff), right? After Burner: Black Falcon is like a trip back to when arcades ruled video games with its simple and exciting game play. With Amazon's amazing price, this is a can't miss steal!
Summary: Game is fun and graphics look great on the PSP. Controls are simple so you can play for a long time without your hands hurting. You use the two clear shoulder buttons, 3 of the 4 right side buttons, and the thumb pad on the left. There are a lot of levels, but many of them are different missions using the same maps (sky, sea, desert, or island). Lots of planes to choose from and lots of ways to customize each. The weapon upgrades available to purchase make a difference.
Excerpt: "After Burner: Black Falcon is an action packed flight simulation PSP game. I originally bought it from Game Station second hand for about £15.00 Storyline ************** I found that there was no solid storyline such as an introduction in movie form that might help to set the scene however the basic outline of the storyline is that your a pilot whos job it is to complete a series of missions and objectives that could essentially save lives. So ...
Conclusion: This game is really fun. Loads of missions, good graphics and lots of extra's to unlock, it does have a drawback in that your flight is limited to a specific area but it's an arcade game so you're sort of guided to your mission if you like by being forced to fly along a set route, still good though.
Conclusion: Black Falcon is like the original Afterburner and G-Loc but even better! It's fast paced with loads going on all around you with lots of dextrous button bashing needed to keep you from crashing and burning. The graphics are sweet and most peoples favourite sky-whips are included with the only notable exception being the F16 (which is a crying shame for fans of Iron Eagle!
Summary: _Développé par Planet Moon Studios, édité par Sega, paru en Europe en mars 2007\._ L'infâme et ingrat Black Falcon (en fait, l'ancien chef de votre section d'assaut) a trahi son pays, la belle Amérique, et s'est emparé (enfin, pas tout seu…