Reviews and Problems with The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces
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Gaston Larocque, Amazon
27 February 2013
Summary: I have the same problem concerning the maniablily of the planes that I have with WWII Aces. The controls don't feel real like the ones in Blazing Angels Squadron which I found close to real life piloting.
Gerardo "Businessman, Technologist, Marketer. Loves to learn and enjoys books. Mostly nonfiction plus historic novels.", Amazon
24 September 2011
Summary: The problem with Sky Crawlers is that it fails as a simulator and it fails as an arcade game. First, the game forces you to watch the story wchih is a very long cartoon, drawn in traditional Japanese style. If I want cartoons I can watch TV, let me play!! The controls are way too easy, even for an arcade game.
Summary: I prefer flying games with realistic flight physics and control, and after the disappointment of Blazing Angels I was hoping this game would be better. It isn't. The token instruments are useless, control response is sluggish, and as another reviewer mentioned, no landing or takeoff. In fact, no landing gear at all. Worst of all, the game utilizes built in 'tactical maneuvers' to put you behind your target.
Summary: My first inpressions of this game were good it has good graphics and an engaging storyline hiowever it is an awful game to control using the nunchuck input method and it borders on being unplayable. I would strongl urge anyone buying this game to get a classic controller as this seems to be the only input method that works.
Summary: Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces ist eine Flugsimulation für die Nintendo Wii, die auf dem gleichnamigen Anime-Film beruht. Das 2008 in Japan erschienene Spiel schaffte es im Jahre 2010 schließlich auch nach Europa und ist hierzulande unter der EAN 3296580811205 in den Handel gelangt. Mit der Entwicklung wurde Project Aces betreut, die für die erfolgreiche Ace Combat-Serie bekannt ist.