Over the past several years, the Air Conflicts series has been a mixed bag of tricks. Some years you get a decent game like Air Conflicts: Secret Wars, but then there are some years where everything seems to fall apart. Unfortunately, this year’s addition to the franchise seems to fall into the latter category. While it is easy to see that the Vietnam Era flight simulators genre could use some love in today’s marketplace, this game just fails to hit the mark over and over again. Marred by graphical imperfections, lazy AI design, and an infinitesimally small map layout, if would be a far shorter review to tell you what they did right than to point out what was a disaster.