I love this game. The soundtracks on this are amazing a truly great joy stick game, great story line, moving mouth gestures with matched vocal audio. The flight action is actually very, very realistic and even for its time. I love the plane selection the storyline was not cheesy at all. The scenery it reminded me of all quiet on the western front the movie great dogfights. A gameís easily enough taught to six year old but still a challenge to experienced gamers.
A very nice interactive game. A game truly worth the time and money to get a well running machine to run this great title.
I remember the first time I played it I was probably 7 or so, my dad explained the controls and I was off to it. A great father and son game in my eyes but thatís just me the enemy ai on this was not half bad at all. A little challenging dogfights fill some time but itís worth filling for this game. The controls (depending on how you like them) are about mid range for sensitivity, do not pull back too hard or you will kill your self. The wing guns were one downside unless shooting zeppelins. For equipment Iíd
suggest a joystick with adjustable sliders for speed control.
The build of the game is fairly stable but as with most games itís still a good idea to have a well working machine with lots of free resources. All in all this game truly steps into its own, the first of its kind. As I can recall terminal velocity is not much my taste especially being that game was not worth squat anyway but thatís aside form the point, I give this game two thumbs up and a massive ear to ear smile for the game play, story line, dogfights, interaction. Overall great, great game, I love it and anyone who is a young father Iíd suggest using this to show what your kid can do after he learns all of dos back and forth. I was shocked to find an electronic arts logo on this game when I grew older, being that most of their games suck royal. You know what?
Great game. Recommended to all.