Summary: Great flying game for people interested in more realistic flying. No Ace Combat here. If there's four missiles under the wings, that's what you get. Kind of short for the first play through, and the difficulty scale is a roller coaster which lead to many rage quits.
Realistic and Fun (one you learn to fly correctly)
P. Dorsett "My word is all I have...", Amazon
21 April 2014
Summary: This game is hard for newcomers and the learning curve is a bit steep. The game is NOT and arcade game (think of it as Forza Motorsport with wings, but not as polished). The two most difficult parts are learning to accurately drop bombs on target and to evade enemy missiles (the latter being the...
An Excellent Flight Simulator, NOT An Arcade style Game
The Black Metal Wolf, Amazon
19 January 2014
Summary: I bought this game on the day it came out in 2006, and I'm still popping in my 360 in 2014. It's an indulgence for fighter jet fans as it offers something that other console flight games lack: realism.
Summary: Over G Fighters, I am being generous by giving it a seven. It has good three dimensional graphics and mediocre sound quality. The cut scenes were low quality, they were almost like a powerpoint slide show with audio. Over G Fighters is an average military flight simulator at best.
Summary: This was ok, but not what I expected it to be, It is more arcade based that actual flight related like flightsim x. If you just want to fly around in the sky shooting other planes well this one is for you.
Versatile Weapons Load, Realistic Tactics and Physical Performance
31 August 2013
Summary: Pros over Ace Combat 5, 6, 7, and H.A.W.X 2: 1. Versatile, customized weapons load with realistic weapons and number, as well as physical performance: For example, in this game, you can load up an F-15E Strike Eagle with 8 AIM-120C AMRAAMs, along with 6 AGM-65H Mavericks, and 1 2000-pound JDAM or...