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In-depth Review: Dogfight 1942 - Electronic Theatre

Before the player even picks-up the pad, Dogfight 1942 delivers the setting of the action through an impressive cutscene filled with danger, loss and heroics. This is a videogame born of a Hollywood romanticism that cynical players will instantly dismiss, but those gamers willing to open their eyes to a little bit of Michael Bay every now-and-then will find that Dogfight 1942 is a rather captivating experience. It’s never going to win any awards for its plot, but by the same regard it’s never so clichéd as to cause any genuine offence.

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