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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1053d ago | article

Still Playing: Ace Combat 6 Fires Of Liberation

EDGE - Namco’s Ace Combat series is one of those unsung stalwarts that rarely gets a mention in the greater gaming culture, yet for its fanbase it provides a near-ideal package that’s always improving with each iteration. With Ace Combat 6, the principal improvement was graphical, but it was so striking that it still sits in my current games pile for semi-regular play. My reasoning for this is pretty nostalgic, somewhat geeky, and hinges entirely on the Free Flight mode. (Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation, PS3, Xbox 360)

urwifeminder  +   1053d ago
A pure fun mastepiece loved the game never got the follow up as the demo was crud its still at a high price compared to most games the same age.
kreate  +   1053d ago
This the game that temporarily saved the xbox in Japan at the time.

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