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Screenshots of Ace Combat 3D Fly Overhead

Posted by Trevor Chan

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Namco Bandai Games is bringing its Ace Combat series to the 3DS and the publisher has now released some initial game details along with a handful of screenshots.

The aerial shooter will provide gamers with real-world aircrafts to fly as they take on a wide range of missions.

The touch screen is not only used to lock on to enemy planes as players will use it to rain down bullets on their targets too. Taken from the press release, Ace Combat 3D will strive to offer "edge-of-your-seat controls":

Experience the exhilaration of becoming an ace pilot with added control mechanics that enable split-second counter-maneuvers, dynamic dogfight action and satisfying enemy takedowns.

It hasn't been confirmed whether the game will feature multiplayer, nor has it been determined when it will launch. Since there's not a lot of concrete information on the game, it's probable that Ace Combat 3D is still very early in development. We'll keep our eyes on it.

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User Comments (7)



taffy said:

The footage that they showed during the press conference wasn't half bad for this one. Although having a second look at Driver: Renegade, I'm having second thoughts on that one!



Samholy said:

wow, it looks very sharp. are these high resolution images for backgrounds, or are they renders ? will they be static, or will they have animation. especially clouds and water.

if its static, then its going to do like street fighter.wont bother at first, then youll miss an animated world, things end up looking like prints.

never really played an ace combat, but the 3ds seems like the best console to play aerial games. starfox and kid icarus are great example. ace will have to bring something fresh to compete with these 2.



Spoony_Tech said:

I love this series and will keep my eye out for this one. So many good game though may make me wait for a price drop unless its a great game.



BulbasaurusRex said:

If it plays similarily to Pearl Harbor on WiiWare and the Star Wars: Rogue Squadron games, then there's a good chance that I'll eventually get it.

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