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 hardest). To become good you will have to practice, especially with evading missiles, you will just have to get a feel for it (that's the honest truth).
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.
Summary: This is not an arcade flying game, it can be played that way but the controls suffer from it. I will discuss the flaws first. The overall presentation as far as cutscenes go and story is quite bad, the cartoon style briefings leave a lot to be desired. They lip sync and don't move while they brief you. The music is terrible, but its easy to turn it off or use your own music.
Conclusion: '''The Simpsons Game Review''' '''(Xbox 360)''' By: Sarah J. Frank Here again are the Simpsons in the better-than-ever ''The Simpsons Game''. This is at the top of my “must play” list. The quirky family is back with eye-popping graphics that have its viewers amazed from the start. The crisp picture and vivid colors seem to draw you into the game from the get-go. This is considered an action game but with a Simpsons twist.
Conclusion: Overall the game is a bit of a letdown. It looked so promising, but like so many other games it just looks like its been rushed onto the 360 with only one goal, to make a bit of cash on the side while Ubisoft and Taito concentrate on bigger projects. In terms of graphics it’s too bland, audio is too annoying and gameplay is too simply and far too slow. It truly is a shame as it could have been so much better than this pile of petroleum.
Summary: I have played Over G Fighters and it isn't the best combat flight sim that I have played. The controls are not as good as Ace Combat or Blazing Angels. The controls really are HORRIBLE if you try to fly in arcade mode. I couldn't get the any of the planes to even do a roll with Arcade controls. However when I switched over to Realistic controls the game play, especially the controls became actually fun.
Conclusion: More simulation than arcade, so if you want a fast paced plane shooting game, you best stay away. I can't put this game down, it is quite difficult to master, but makes it more worthwhile when you do. Missions can range from very short to quite long (mission progression is slightly under your control, the path you take to the main chapter mission is up to you.) , and vary between air,sea and ground attacks/protection.
Summary: Okay, I have been playing this for a couple of days now. I have mainly played the campaign portion of the game. I tried to go online but there isn't many games to pick up on right now. Hopefully that will change as more and more people pick this game up. I am a die hard flight sim lover. I have several flight sims on the computer as well as several of the Ace Combat series.