GamePro Arcade writes: "It's a bold strategy to call yourself the "First Great Air War" before anyone's even had a chance to play your title. But as you'll notice, the shoe fits. Neoqb is risky and extremely bold in the way they went about tackling a World War video game, pumping every graphic possibility and fine-tuned detail into the final product. Fighter planes decades ago didn't have a whole array of capabilities and unfortunately (or fortunately for the history buffs) it sticks right to that, never going too crazy with airborne attributes. With more modern warfare titles showing gamers what's actually capable out on the battle terrain, this game might fall to the wayside."