Summary: this game is really cool its like a flight simulator mixed with fighting.some missions are easy while some are a little bit hard to beat.it has real world places decent graphics and a decent online (not alot of people to play along since its new) the only downside is that its expensive
Summary: excelente producto esto va para mis amigo los venezolanos que siempre hay dudas de los paquetes personas serias y todo es como sale compre con seguridad soy muy delicado con mis compras y quede fino ciando vi los paquetes
Summary: I'm not gonna write much on this game as it plays very much like the past Ace Combat on the PSP. For what the PSP can do, this game is awesome. Great Graphics and Game play. The controls do take some getting used to, but after a little bit they are second nature. The difficulty is right on par with the rest of the series on handheld and consoles. I would suggest this game to anyone who likes flight games or has played the first game and is looking for more.
Summary: This is one of the best PSP games I have purchased so far!! The ease of play, the excitement and the action is non-stop. Highly recommended for those with time to spare while commuting to work.
Summary: I love this series from the early releases on the classic Playstation One console and this installation does nothing to disappoint, with more advanced jets and enemies, yet not taking away from the fun factor by making it unbelievably difficult.
Summary: Ace combat joint assault is a great game. I have not yet completed it but so far I enjoy it. The graphics are not much different than ACX just more detailed regarding the ground surface and planes themselves. Gameplay is improved by making you feel the action more so when you throttle up or down the camera zooms in and out and the movement of the plane is more realistic not just point and go.
Summary: even on the (very) small screen of the PSP, you still can get a lot of fun from ACE combat.... It is very similar to the PS2 game ( I never played to ACE combat on PSP before) I am not sure that the event taking place on real places ( like Tokyo or London ) is a plus, but I am definitely a fan of the game. And I would be more than delighted to see Ace Combat taking advantage of the PS3 ...... When ????
Conclusion: The gameplay principle remains the same, straying as far away from a flight sims as possible but maintaining the edge the Ace Combat series has always given gamers. Far more cinematic that it's predecessor, 'Skies of Deception', newcomers would find this game more than rewarding. Aircraft customisation has improved somewhat and planes never before seen in Ace Combat are introduced here.