Summary: I bought this after playing the very enjoyable Ace Combat 6 - Fire of Liberation. This game has realistic and detailed scenery of Miami and Dubai, you can probably find and bomb your actual home if you're a resident of Miami. However, there is a lack of passion with the game.
Summary: Huge downgrade in the series. They took the flight out of the game completely. If you're going up against a boss, you HAVE to use the dog fight mode. Even some of the weaker targets require dog fight mode to take down. Dog fight mode was a garbage addition to the game, and needs to be removed.
Summary: if you are new to AC series and just like war games this may be for you. But if you are like myself being a fan since the first AC, rent it first to try out before you buy.
Pros: New game modes rather than only the jets.
Cons: AC series is known for its simple control, straight forward game play and rich story line. By now I have not finished the game yet, but it has failed the first 2 points. This is just a drastic change to a old hardcore AC fan like myself. Game menu changed, layout changed, and of course game play ...
Summary: If you've been playing the Ace Combat series for a while (like I have), then likely all you will see in this new version is change -- and not change for the good, either. The game defaults you to the "rookie" mode for handling aircraft (i.e.
Summary: I was excited to finally try this one out. Unfortunately, I was met with nothing but disappointment. The game started off great as the intro level could not have been done better; the classic score similar to AC5 blaring while you soar through the air in a YF-22 Raptor destroying enemy planes in an...
Summary: Its a great looking game and I am one of those players that hates the dogfight mode. I was hoping this would have been a natural progression in story from the last Ace Combat game. Its not; and while its a great looking game the dog fight mode takes away from the game for me.