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Reviewed: Aerial Strike
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: April 7th, 2005
Page: 3

Final Breakdown


The gameplay isn't bad, just marred by bad controls.


The graphics are absolutely STUNNING for the little hardware they require, and competitive with modern games that require beastly machines to run well.

Sound and Music:

The sound and music are uniformly mediocre, with campy voice acting being the main highlight.


The game's got enough difficulty to satisfy the average gamer, and repeat modes to increase overall score help.

Controls and Interface:

Sluggish controls and a vertigo-inducing reticle hurt Aerial Strike severely.


Three stars, but still worth buying - it's a "value" title, and while it wouldn't be worth $50, it's worth the $20 price tag if you can adapt to the controls.

Added:  Thursday, April 07, 2005
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 3/3

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