Reviews and Problems with Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation
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20 March 2015
Summary: For years, the Ace Combat series has been pretty much the only flight combat game to really get everything right. And now, if the box art it to believed (we’ll check back in 6 months to a year …), Ace Combat 6 is exclusive to the Xbox 360.
Excerpt: Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation nicely managed to create its own niche on the market. Where previously just about every pc gamer had his joystick standing next to his keyboard to play some titles like Strike Commander, Wing Commander of let’s say Flight Simulator, wannabe-pilots now have to be...
Excerpt: Ace Combat, with its unusually substantial narratives, has always been the flight game to try and make you care about the events surrounding each title. All the heartache, loss and joyous events, have been attempts to make your aerial skirmishes appear to have much more of a meaning than just...
Conclusion: And, it goes down hill from there. The only other area of KoF XII worth mentioning (the rest of the offline modes are bread and butter for a fighter) is its online functionality and…well, it’s pretty bad.
Conclusion: I hope that developer Black Wing learns from this experience and understands that to make a good game they need more than just a cool concept because even with its budget pricing the game is a sad mess. It is ugly. It is frustrating. And aside from the music, it sounds bad.
Excerpt: Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation brings the long-running series to the current generation of consoles in a big way. Not only does it give the Xbox 360 its second modern flight combat sim, but it also gives the system another great playing, spectacular looking game.
Excerpt: You have to admit, at some point in your life you probably wanted to be pilot of some sort. Whether you have seen the Blue Angels, watched Top Gun, or enjoyed the stories about the Red Baron, the notion of hoping into a cockpit and banking for negative Gs might get your blood pumping…into the Danger...
Summary: Parents need to know that this game was rated Teen because the core gameplay mechanic is attacking and destroying enemies as you fly around. Defeated enemies explode, but you are always fighting vehicles and never uncovered soldiers out in the open.