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After Burner Climax

Game Description: The classic arcade game After Burner returns for a new generation of gamers. After Burner Climax is fast and frantic action, putting you in the cockpit of the world’s fastest fighter plane. Dodge planes, rockets, and bullets while trying to target multiple on-screen enemy aircraft. Built for all skill levels, everyone can take to the air and blaze through a branching storyline and over 20 stages. Unlock achievements along the way to win an exclusive Avatar award using your experience and expertise.

Dark Void Review

We were Promised Jetpacks

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HIGH The first thirty seconds of flight.

LOW The massive gulf between production value and actual quality gaming.

WTF  The aliens are robots and slugs and shape-shifting human-creators?

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The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces Review

Crawling? More like Physics-defying Dog-fighting...

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HIGH The Tactical Maneuver Commands are a literal game-changer.

LOW Being forced to use the Senryu for a mission.

WTF "Cheetah" sounds tougher than "Lynx"?

Mercenaries 2: World in Flames Review

Playground of Tedium

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HIGH Blowing up people and vehicles from inside the safety of a helicopter never gets old, does it?

LOW Actually, it does. And surprisingly quickly, at that.

WTF For some reason EA refused to include any licensed characters as a fun secondary skin. Sure, they don't have access to Lucasfilm characters the way the first game did, but aren't they making a James Bond game right now? Meanwhile, the Sean Connery skin is just lying around in a mainframe somewhere, gathering dust.

The Portable Project 12 – M.A.C.H.: Modified Air Combat Heroes

M.A.C.H. is one of those unfortunate games that sport impressive production values, smart design and a good difficulty curve without ever getting any traction at retail. Heck, I don't even know another PSP owner who's considered playing it, let alone brought it home from a shop. It's too bad really, because past the generic-looking box art and incredibly dull title, there's a pretty sweet experience to be had.

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