Reviews and Problems with Secret Weapons Over Normandy
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Biggles was never so good!
Chris Howells, amazon.co.uk
19 February 2006
Summary: If, like me, you were brought up with the dream of the Spitfire and the Hurricane and trying to defeat the "Hun" in aerial combat, this is the game for you. Some shortcomings with the handling of the aircraft and certain marques being missing but apart from that the challenges are challenging and the game play great fun. Snag is it is far easier to "knock down" your opponent than it is for him to reciprocate! Still it is a great, as my kids say, chugga chugga game.
Tally ho Fritz, achtung du Englander Schweinhund etc.
29 December 2003
Summary: First things first: If you're a bit of a WW2 buff, you'll need to suspend your disbelief for a while; historical accuracy isn't this game's strongpoint. But frankly, when a game's this much fun, who cares? The dogfights are intense, as you'd expect from the creators of TIE Fighter. You don't have to memorise loads of controls and your plane won't crash if you sneeze at the wrong moment.