Conclusion: I had more fun looking at my toilet roll that's how bad and boring it is. For achievements 3/4 of them are easy to get just go through the story mode twice. Just make sure you stack up on spare controllers cos you will end up like me breaking a few :( If you do pick it up test it on a dummy account first to see what you think.
Conclusion: This is the most disappointing aspect of the game, as it makes the cooperative play pretty boring. Things are decent enough when you’re fighting enemies side-by-side, combining your special attacks for a Simpsons-style one-two punch. The actual platforming is fun too, as it allows you to split up to pursue different objectives. However, waiting around for five minutes while your partner solves a puzzle just isn’t fun at all, even when you’re protecting them from enemies.
Conclusion: Overall, Over G Fighters is a good flight-based
action game. It plays great but the presentation
does not fit the high definition experience for
the Xbox 360 console--except for the intro,
which features some nice theatrical pitch.
Moving your jet fighter is really easy and
taking down enemies is quite simple. The fun
part is going up against other humans in
multiplayer either cooperatively or against each
Excerpt: The birth of the World Federation Preliminary Establishment Committee marked an end to the blood-soaked history of war and the first step towards the creation of a single, unified world state. However, militant groups rose up in opposition to the plan. Chaos began to erupt around the globe. Considering the gravity of the situation, the committee created the guardians of unification - the International Special Peace Corps.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is All those who were looking forward to a good flight simulator game for your Xbox 360 might be better off with another one of Ubisoft’s World War based flight simulator — Blazing Angels, because Over G Fighters is a sore disappointment in every aspect of the game with its bland graphics, flat and terrible sound and its very sluggish gameplay.
Conclusion: When thinking about a rating for a game, I often ask myself how I'd
feel if I paid retail price for it. If I had shelled out $60 for
this title, I'd be pretty pissed; There just isn't that much value
in it. The gameplay is very repetitive and the action onscreen is rarely
exciting. The sluggish controls and the overly simple fights make
this an uninteresting and dull game. There are better things to spend
your money on.
Excerpt: Having a bit of d�j� vu, I found Over-G to be reminiscent of another disappointing first generation release on the original Xbox by the name of AirForce Delta Storm. Both games have serious faults in their gameplay and graphical capabilities, along with a complete absence of redeeming enjoyment. Over-G is but a hollow shell of other titles that made the flight genre worthy of copying, such as Ace Combat or Crimson Skies.