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.
Not your classic-style After Burner, still solid fun.
Michael Hojjatie "Bilon Salame", Amazon
9 January 2008
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.
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?
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.
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...
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.
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.