Reviews and Problems with The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces
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1 June 2013
Summary: I was looking for a Wii game to add to my relatively small library. I saw this off on this website and I decided to buy it based off of my own intuition. Being a fan of Star Wars Rogue Squadron video game series helped pique my interests. The gameplay is pretty good, and the story is alright. The controls are better and more enjoyable with a Classic Controller, in my opinion. There are some minuscule flaws, like the explosions.
Summary: I bought this game so I could dogfight, bomb and strafe. The game provides plenty of that, and in some nice looking locations as well. The controls on this take a little getting used to, but, once you get the hang of it, it's very easy to fly. You can even do fancy maneuvers with the touch of a button. The story line is shallow, and basically irrelevant to the game play, but that's not important to me.
Summary: This is the first flying game I have ever owned. You don't get to take off or land, but it's fun to fly using the nunchuk to steer and the remote as a throttle. You go on missions shooting down planes or shooting/bombing ground targets. There are a bunch of moves that take a while to learn. There is also an "automatic attack" mode, where you hit a button and the game puts the plane through a series of maneuvers that line you up to shoot an enemy.
Summary: This is a fun game that actually has replay value! I just beat it and I find myself wanting to play it again. Usually after I beat a game I put it to the side. The graphics are good and the moves it has for your plane are pretty amazing and very acrobatic. I wish the role of the wand and the nun-chuck were switched. I would say that the game has almost complete ease of controlling your plane, It only lacks very little in a few instances.
Summary: Good, budget fun. Once you take the tutorials and learn the controls of the game, the missions can become a little addicting. Fun planes to fly and you have some attributing options for plane characteristics and weaponry. It would be nice to have a free flight mode and more control of your plane with the nunchuck. However, the joystick tactics are an interesting and acceptable approach.
Summary: The controls take just a tiny bit of getting used to, but after about two minutes I was having a blast! I neglected to even look at the manual before I played so I was missing out on some of the controls. Just skim the manual and you should have a lot of fun with this game.
Pretty much what you would expect from Namco's Project Aces Team.
Eclectic Quad, Amazon
20 June 2010
Summary: As the title states, this is pretty much what you would expect from Namco's Project Aces team (the same team behind the Ace Combat series on the PS/PS2). For me personally, I would prefer the movie cut scenes excised altogether & just stick with the gameplay. This however does not deter from the enjoyment. I won't call this game a "life changing experience", but I will say that it is as high of quality as you can expect for a dogfighter on the Wii.
Is it just another lousy wii plane fighting game, not at all
30 January 2010
Summary: Let me get right to the point here, this game is great. It greatly x-seeded (get it) my expectations. The down side about all wii air combat games before this one was the controls. THis game though, has set a new precedent for all air fighting controls to come. It is completely customizable. You can control the airplsne with the nunchuck, wii remote, or just the buttons. Shooting down planes is also much more easier than previous fighting games.