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Asmik Ace

Lethal Skies II

Game Description: The world is facing a devastating global warming effect and you have to stop it with the help of a variety of flyable real-world jets and intense action-packed supersonic shooting, plus improved graphics, and accessible flight models. This version of the flight action series offers a science fiction theme and upgraded visual engine from the previous game. Experience G Force using the controller; 3rd person view cockpit and full screen; Engage multiple enemies in a variety of death defying missions; Pilot up to 13 state of the art aircraft.

Lethal Skies II – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Lethal Skies II – Review

Those generic products delivered what was promised in that bold, black lettering, but they didn't go much further than the bare essentials in terms of taste or luxuriance. The same could be said for Asmik Ace's Lethal Skies II. Although it's not sold in a plain white box reading "Generic Military Flight Game," it easily could be.

Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW – Review

Precision is a concept that requires not only patience, but also the right instrument. After all, would a painter be able to create a detailed portrait were he given nothing more than a paint roller? This example not only bears an obvious answer but also depicts a situation where precision is essential. Without its respective tools of the trade, accomplishing such a task would near the impossibility. Such is the dilemma with Lethal Skies for PlayStation 2.

Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence

Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW

Game Description: Set in the not-too-distant future on an Earth devastated by the effects of global warming, Lethal Skies puts players in the role of an elite pilot flying for an alliance to save civilization. Players choose from among the most advanced fighter jets in the world, taking flight on numerous air-to-air and air-to-ground missions that span the globe. Lethal Skies includes accurately reproduced fighters such as the F-15, F-16, F/A-18, and F-22, as well as "black program" futuristic prototype jets that can be unlocked through gameplay. Pilots are propelled through cooperative and competitive missions to take on bombers, fighters, attack helicopters, and other enemies in a progressive series of attack and defense scenarios. With stunning 3D graphics not typically found in flight simulation games, Lethal Skies delivers a heart-pounding experience.

Maken X – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence

Maken X – Review

In critiquing Maken X, I am surprised I went this long without blasting the game's overall look. Although the game is rendered with crisp, high-resolution graphics, it is ruined by the choice of character designs and models. Being the anime fan I am, I have no problem with Asmik Ace keeping the anime-look and porting it into a three-dimensional environment. After all Capcom and Square have done it wonderfully with Power Stone and Final Fantasy VIII respectively, and the games were the better for it. The one caveat is that the designs must be appealing to begin with.

Vanark – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence

Vanark – Review

Of all the games released that are based on hit titles in their respective genres, few escape the stigma of being a clone or rehash. Those that do usually do so because either there is such a dearth of that type of game on a system, or that the developer did such a great overall job that the similarities can be ignored. In the case of Vanark, it is such an underwhelming game, that as a whole it cannot shine.

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