I thought it looked cool, but I didn't know what to expect
Amber Threlkeld, Amazon
18 September 2014
Summary: I got this game at Gamestop. I thought it looked cool, but I didn't know what to expect. Since I started playing this game I can't stop. It is very fun. I love spaceship combat games and this one is a very good one. The storyline is interesting and the gameplay is awesome. Very chaotic and challenging, but not impossible to defeat enemies. I love this game. I recommend it to those who are spaceship combat game fans.
Summary: This game is a welcome addition to a barren genre. The arcade flight scene is in need of new blood and this game delivers. The game uses it setting to stage some breathtaking battles, the backgrounds and set pieces all go along way to making it all believable. Its anime like story take full advantage of the pacing keeping the action moving never feeling slow and never feeling too fast or unending either.
Summary: In an age of terrible first person shooters and over the top action games a cool shooter like this gets lost. Which blows cause Project Sylpheed is an incredible game that tries to breath life into a genre that's slowly dying out. The story, for the most part, is pretty cliche' inexperienced pilot grows into ace, best female friend becomes girlfriend, former best friend is rival, enemy bent on total destruction of hero's civilization.
Summary: Even though I'm not really good at them, I enjoy flight sims. Space based ones are pretty good too. This one is great. The mechanics are smooth, the scenery looks beautiful. The missions are far from short too. There, of course, are a handful of short ones but those are necessary to carry on the plot. One thing, and the only thing, I dislike about it, is the game is feeding you so much information at once, its hard to grasp whats going on.
Summary: I'd been curious about this game since first seeing it on the shelves in 2006/2007. It's followed me since as it seems that every time I walk into a Gamestop I see a copy sitting on their used game shelf. What always struck me is how much the cover art gave me a Macross (Robotech, for the uninitiated) type of vibe...and that maintained my curiosity. Well, I finally purchased a new copy of this game from Amazon at a very cheap price.