The game was fun and challenging, but the missions became pretty repetative. Also, you basically had the same special weapons options on the new planes that you unlocked. I wish they had made each one more unique. I found the story line lacking. The idea was great, but they didn't really take it in the direction that I thought it was going. They could have done a better job with that.
We have been subscribed to gamelfy for almost a year now and mulitple times we have recieved games that were beyond scratched and were unplayable. We spent money to be able to play these games, we wait about a week to recieve it and then we get it and it DOESN"T EVEN WORK
Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation. The name Ace Combat Personifies flying and fight simulation. The game itself is bar none the very best of all the Ace Combat Series. It is absolutely amazing how realistic the game is. You truly feel like you are flying and fighting for the freedom of the land. Although slightly corny the storyline it is all together HIGHLY MOTIVATING and excruciatingly addicting. I can’t play it enough. I will put it this way I have had to buy the game 2times because I have worn out the first disc. I take the very best care of all my games. But because of my love for this game and my constant and frequent playing I wore the disc out. It never EVER gets old.
One of the best parts of this game is the Artificial Intelligence or AI. The AI not only participates in the game to the highest level it also fallows commands that the user puts forth. With a simply push down on the Directional pad or D-Pad you can command all of your allied aircraft to come to your assistance if you are being overwhelmed. The higher the mode you set it to the more the D-Pad becomes a factor. You may not use it in the Normal or the Easy mode but you may want to consider it as you move the difficulty higher. Then a push up on the D-Pad you can command your allied aircraft to go back to the attack the enemy. You also have an AI Controlled Wingman named Shamrock. He comes in useful as well when you’re in a dog fight. He can stay high above you on your six in order to provide cover for you while you fight. Also the allied planes you have they are not just for show they participate in the highest form of AI Activity in all of the Ace Combat Series.
You truly feel that you’re in the driver seat of the Jet you have chosen to fly. The AI doesn’t control your plane it is totally left up to the control of the user. There is nothing more to say other then Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation has the Mr. McSkee STAMP of APPROVAL ALL THE WAY.