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-No options to change control layouts (a pain if, like me, you fly RC aircraft. Flying this game will erode your flying skills).
-Random cut-scenes in the middle of the action, which leave your plane flying unattended. You return from the cutscene to find that you have crashed in the game, and with the savepoint at the start of the cutscene, no way to recover your progress.
-Too many extras and power-ups. They just clutter the screen and detract from what should be an absorbing dogfighting adventure.
Oh boy! I'm a WW2 plane nut so I was really looking forward to this. This game arrived on the 09/09/2014 and ended up in the bin on the same date. I don't usually lose my cool with games but the controls for this on a joypad are completely hopeless. In the tutorial you will be asked to do extremely simple tasks via very simple combinations of buttons. For example to look around you need to press the right analog stick in, then swivel it around so you can see around you in all directions.
Easy right? Well yeah, but the problem is the game seems to have trouble registering if you are doing what it asks or not. I spent 20 minutes grinding my teeth together listening to the tutorial repeatedly telling me to do as I was told and press the right stick in and swivel it around. But that's exactly what I was doing and what a view! Looking behind, under, above, slow pan all around. Interesting? NO, very boring! After giving up and flicking at the right stick it decided I had after all done enough looking around and let me advance to the next stage which saw me having to take on a BF110.
Exciting? NO! Another 10 minutes buggering around following a small dark speck in the sky and shooting at it. The BF110 I was after only seemed to shoot at me if I fired at it first and for exactly the same duration I shot at it. It was almost like my bullets were bouncing off it and coming straight back at me. Fly right next to him, but save the trigger and he left me alone also. As this was still part of the tutorial, maybe the game's designer was trying to teach me some profound anti war lesson. Who knows and who cares. Hardly any sort of adrenalin rush to be had here. The only thing I ended up feeling was a blissful release when I pushed my plane earthward and watched it smash into the sea.
Some reviewers have stated this game is realistic, but unless they have had experience dogfighting in WW2 planes, they don't really know what they are saying. If they have, then of course I take my hat off to them.
What you are left with is a game featuring random button registering with near terminal levels of dullness and frustration. The only way this whole experience could have been less pleasant was if when I opened the disk case, it had sprayed acid in my face.