posted by ytsejammer (SAN FRANCISCO, CA) Mar 5, 2007
Member since Jan 2007
There is alot of interesting things about this game, but i have to say the MOST interesting has to be the great use of Tilt control technology that the game puts to use. The tilt control really allows for a bit more interaction with the game and although people say it was an attempt for PS3 to match the Wii i dont feel that way at all because you also have to be aware of the buttons you are pressing...
This game is not one of those hold down the fire button type of games. Although i will admit that the levels tend to get a lil repetative with the same general "protect the planes" and "sink the ship mission" there is a lot of variety in each of those levels also. I didn't get to spend alot of time with the game online but i would still say it is one of those worth playing online.
All and all i think this game deserves recognition especially because of the historical accuracy of the planes. And even more so i would say that even if fighter pilot games aren't you (which more so then not they are not for me) this game is one everybody with a PS3 should play
I have some problems with vertigo and dizzy spells. I can play most first-person shooters for about 3-4 hours max, so it's not that bad. But this game set me off after about 15 minutes. I had to quit after a short time and had problems with spinning in my head until I went to bed 3 hours later, and that time was mostly spent reading a book.
The short dose I got seemed quite fun, but beware if you have problems with your inner ear or if games that move a lot can make you sick.
This game is plenty of fun and has much to do. It isn't easy, but it isn't hard. This only last for about the first 16 levels. After that It isn't easy and it isn't hard..its impossible. (Without cheats that is). There are many different planes that can be upgraded somewhat and each level has a little something different to offer, but like i said after 16 levels you will pull your hair out and start using cheats.
At least i did, but I dont mind taking the easy way out