New screenshots from Ace Combat 6. Enjoy!
this should be ace (no pun intended lol)
but it looks kinda boring to me.
It'll be the first namco game I bought in a long time! Does Galaga count?
Damn you 360 owners It looks really nice.. I've always like to hop on a F16 and blow [email protected]#t everywhere, with a nice surround system.
out well. I would rather have net gen version of Crimison Skies, but Ace Combat has always been a decent IP.
Give me both the official Xbox mag shows in a section dubbed x-files that crimson skies 2 which technically its 3 is being developed secretly in order to avoid stealing thunder from future titles. It even has 2 pics.
certainly did get me excited for the prospect of another Crimison Skies. I don't know when it could come out, as after Shadowrun, I would hope they will at least start on or begin finishing Mech Assualt. I really hope they only need to put a couple months finish on Mech Assualt and we'll all get a nice suprise in June/July when it's announced for early fall. At least one can hope. FASA has some nice IP.
I played the ps1 version and I liked that one, finally I can get some next gen airplane action (sorry blazing angels), the graphics look really good btw.
Personally, I'd rather have Crimson Skies 2, but this will do. Especially when one considers the best aerial combat on the 360 consists of Blazing Angels (o.k.) and Over G Fighters (so-so). Now, if a 360 compatible flight stick were to be released at the same time...
Can't wait. Love that plane. Hopefully there will be a lot of online modes. I liked over g fighters but the lack of online modes and the actual difficulty of the game threw me off.
The A-10 is my anti-drug. Best. Plane. Ever. My Dad flew one of those beasts. I even got to sit in one once. Let me tell you, even when you're stationary on the tarmac, you can feel the power coursing through it. So. Awesome.
A-10s are crazy but how could you sit in one when the engine is on...
The F-22 is crazy but i hated it in over-g cuz thats all anyone would ever use and the payload it can carry is completely unrealistic ESPECIALLY when its performance is hardly effected....
The f-22 in over-g carried an accurate complement of weapons wtf are you talking about and why did you assume an air dominance fighter would carry anything less? General Characteristics Primary Function: Air dominance, multi-role fighter Builder: Lockheed-Martin, Boeing Power Plant: Two Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 turbofan engines with afterburners and two-dimensional thrust vectoring nozzles. Thrust (each engine): 35,000-pound class. Length: 62 feet, 1 inch (18.9 meters). Height: 16 feet, 8 inches (5.1 meters). Wingspan: 44 feet, 6 inches (13.6 meters). Speed: Mach 2 class. Ceiling: Above 50,000 feet (approximately 15 kilometers). Empty Weight: 40,000-pound class (approximately 18,000 kilograms). Armament: One M61A2 20-millimeter cannon with 480 rounds; both side weapon bays can carry two AIM-9 infrared or two AIM-9X (heat seeking) air-to-air missiles and main weapon bays can carry (air-to-air loadout) SIX AIM-120 radar-guided air-to-air missiles or (air-to-ground loadout) two 1,000-pound GBU-32 JDAMs and two AIM-120 radar-guided air-to-air missiles. Crew: One And yes I was an F-22 in over-g. If you couldn`t beat em fly harder no sympathy for ya. When flight sims mimic real flight physics and operation people hate them. But when crap gets un-realistic you all love the simplistic arcady crap. Over-g`s focus was not real world events but it was realistic in the flight execution and aircraft design.
I can't wait for this thing to come out. If it came out tonight I'd be in line for a midnight release. That pic of the buffs and F-15 look like an Air Force picture... Please DON'T have that cheesy anime-style crap Over-G had. gCM
Nickname Raptor User U. S. Air Force Function Air superiority fighter Contractors Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems: F-22 program management, the integrated forebody (nose section) and forward fuselage (including the canopy and inlets), leading edges of the wings, the fins and stabilators, flaps, ailerons, landing gear and final assembly of the aircraft. Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems: Center fuselage, stores management, integrated navigation and electronic warfare systems (INEWS), the communications, navigation, and identification (CNI) system, and the weapon support system. Boeing: wings, aft fuselage (including the structures necessary for engine and nozzle installation), radar system development and testing, avionics integration, the training system, and flight-test development and management. Pratt & Whitney: F119-PW-100 engines that power the Raptor. Major Subcontractors Approximately 240 firms in 37 states are considered major subcontractors More than 1,150 firms in 46 states and Puerto Rico, along with firms in seven international countries make up the F-22/F119 subcontractor team. (partial list): Northrop Grumman Texas Instruments Kidde-Graviner Ltd. Allied-Signal Aerospace Hughes Radar Systems Harris Fairchild Defense GEC Avionics Lockheed Sanders Kaiser Electronics Digital Equipment Corp. Rosemount Aerospace Curtiss-Wright Flight Systems Dowty Decoto, EDO Corp. Lear Astronics Corp. Parker-Hannifin Corp. Simmonds Precision Sterer Engineering TRW XAR Motorola Hamilton Standard Sanders/GE Joint Venture Menasco Aerospace Projected Employment 15,000 in EMD and 27,000 in production Propulsion two Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 engines Thrust 35,000 lbst Length 62.08 feet, 18.90 meters Height 16.67 feet, 5.08 meters Wingspan 44.5 feet, 13.56 meters Wing Area 840 square feet Horizontal Tailspan 29 feet, 8.84 meters Empty Weight 31,670 lb (14,365 kg) Maximum Takeoff Weight 60,000 lb (27,000 kg) Maximum External Stores 5,000 lb (2,270 kg) Ceiling 60,000 feet The F-22 and other fighters can reach this altitude, but only the F-22 can perform tactical maneuvers at this level, which is about twice the altitude at which other jets can perform tactical maneuvers. Speed Mach 1.8 (supercruise: Mach 1.5) G Limit +9 G Crew one pilot Armament 2 AIM-9 Sidewinders 6 AIM-120C Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM) 1 M61A2 20mm Gatling gun 2 1,000-pound GBU-32 Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) 8 250-pound GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) Four external stations can carry additional stores (weapons or fuel tanks) First flight: September 7, 1997 Flight Test Aircraft: Nine Flight Test Program Length 1997 until 2003 (Approximately 2,700 flights covering roughly 4,800 test hours in EMD) Date Deployed deliveries beginning in 2002 Initial Operational Capability December 2005, Planned Production 750 aircraft initial program objective 648 aircraft as of 1991 442 aircraft as of 1993 339 aircraft as of 1997, between 1998 and 2013 275 aircraft as of 2003, under $37.3B budget cap 178 aircraft as of December 2004 183 aircraft as of December 2005 381 aircraft for 10 squadrons @ 24/squadron NO WAY YOU KNEW THAT OFF THE TOP OF YOUR HEAD...
i googled it...im not that smart
SEEEE Max external storage is 5000lbs per wing(which is no where near the 8 Aim120s and four 2000 pound bombs u can put on them. The bottom line is that it does do what it is supposed to do in being an airDOMINANCE fighter but those stats are WAYYY ahead of this day and age...
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