Reviews and Problems with The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces
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7 December 2013
Summary: As one of the few flying games on the wii, its a great buy. It seems to be a pretty standard ace combat game. I havent played through much of the campaign yet but it seems alright. I got this game because I enjoyed the movie so much and I really am just a fanboy for Sky Crawlers.
Summary: Easy to understand and play. Multiple missions that become increasingly more challenging. If you fail a mission (by not completing in time or crashing) you can easily restart and even pick a different plane that might work better. I'm impressed with the graphics and the multi-layered aspect of the game. You are placed in a story line with full briefings on your missions ahead of time.
Summary: Sure, there aren't many flight sims on the Wii, but this on is the best. Brought to you by the same guys who do the Ace Combat series, this game puts you in a alternate future where you still pilot WWII-era-ish aircraft. Those looking for a multiplayer experience should look elsewhere - this is a solo experience. But the cinematics and plotline are actually quite enjoyable.
This is a must have Wii game for a really great price.
Robert J. Hayden "dragonspirit75", Amazon
2 July 2010
Summary: I like the Ace Combat games, and after reading the reviews here on Amazon and on Gamefaqs I decided this was my next new Wii game. This game has some similarities to the Ace Combat series which I like, but also has it's own uniqueness which sets it apart from the Ace Combat series, and makes the game stand out on it's own as a must have game.
Summary: This game is easily on par with anything you expect from ace combat. Story driven flight sim/air combat, excellent story cut scenes, easy enough controls without being oversimplified. The wii goes on to add the fun feeling of being in direct control using the nun chuck/wii remote combo as a throttle/joystick. Fans of the Ace Combat series will instantly recognize the similarities that are carried over from the previous titles.