AirForce Delta Dreamcast Game
Genre:Action & Adventure
Region:NTSC (N. America)
AirForce Delta – Dreamcast Game
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AFD has great graphics and a good selection of aircraft; once you get it to load. For some reason my 4 month old Dreamcast has trouble recognizing AFD as a game. It sometimes locks-up loading levels, also (I found a little jiggle to the DC unit while loading actually helps – a practice I don’t really like doing). Personally I’d like the replay to allow me to choose the perspective(s), but that’s minor. Overall, it’s a great game (although after beating it it seems a little repetitious; I’m still trying to see if it’ll unlock more aircraft on more difficult levels)!
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Air Force Delta is one of the sweetest games on the Dreamcast! The graphics are not great but they are cool and more than get the job done. The varing missions keep the game refreshing and exciting and add a lot of replay value. The music is not worthy of a seperate cd soundtrack but it is good for the game. There are TONS of planes to buy which add some depth to the game because you have to choose a good plane for the various missions.Is you want a great flying experience for the Dreamcast look no further.
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Awesome game. needed to replace my other copy. Was shipped in great condition. Thanks.
I love playing this game, yeah I would have love playing it with take-offs and Landings but it still loads of fun.
This game can be either really easy or really hard, depending on the settings the player chooses. There are two settings that really matter in terms of difficulty: difficulty level and control type. Difficulty level determines how hard it is to take out enemy planes, how easily you get shot down, and how hard it is to evade enemy missiles. Control type is found in the options menu (when you select a mission) and has an even bigger effect. With the novice (defalt) controls, your plane automatically turns back to level after turns and you can’t control yaw (rotational turn left and right) or invert. On expert mode, you can do anything: barrel roll, reverse illemans, REAL break turns, etc. The latter makes the already difficult levels nearly impossible (except for dogfights, which are much easier with expert controls). Secondly, the levels are incredibly detailed; at one point, you fly into an enemy base that is in caverns in a mountain. It feels like mission impossible. Finally, I don’t know what people are talking about when they say that the plane you choose doesn’t matter. It does. Just trust me. I would recommend this game to almost anyone. It does a good job of making levels hard for better replay value and allows you to some crazy moves with experts controls. Its best trait is that you can play it on two different levels: a plane-based shoot-em-up or a combat intensive flight-sim.
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This game is awesome
I have only played flight sim games on pc and was really surprised to discover this great game on dreamcast. It’s an old game which is almost a decade old, but i had to test my flight joystick(Panther). I had a problem loading the game because i bought it from ebay for $6 with some scratches. After i got past the main screen i had a choice of planes to purchase, but since i had no money which you get for shooting down enemies, i had to pick my default plane.I have completed the first couple of missions in about an hour because i picked the easiest setting. But about half was through the game i started having difficulty completing some missions because of time limit and more enemies. I finally got enough money to buy a descent plane and none of the enemy planes could touch me.There are escort missions,protect the target, and take out an enemy objectives. The real challenge came during the last two levels which i had to restart numerous times and by that time i could afford to buy most of all the planes. There are different variety of enemies such as ground,sea, and air. But the most challenging is the air targets, especially when you have to chase them and you have limited amount of time.I was using a Panther flight stick and didn’t have a chance yet to try standard controller. The flight stick was awesome, it responded quickly and all buttons have its own distinct function. I would recommend playing this game with a flight stick, if you can find it. It just feels like you’re in the game when using the joystick.The graphics are as you expect on console made in 1999, pixalated in some parts. The plane detail is pretty good for a console flight sim and looks very similar to real plane. The ground texture look good from above, but really pixalated when close.This game is on Dreamcast,so don’t expect a real flight sim, this is just an arcade port. You can buy this game on Ebay or Amazon for under $10. Just have fun.
Disc did not work… very scratched .
This is Konami’s attempt at ripping off Namco’s Ace Combat series. Plain and simple. Whoever was expecting Microsoft Flight Simulator really needs to buy a clue. The Dreamcast is a game CONSOLE, people… not a PC. There is simply no way to replicate the dozens of keyboard commands required to produce a realistic flight simulation.What does the Dreamcast do best? Correct: arcade games. This is an arcade attempt at a flying game. No take-offs, no landings, no aileron tweaks, no altimeter factoring, it is a plain, easy to understand, straightforward shoot-em-up in the sky. Are the controls sluggish? Yes. Do the different planes really matter? Not really. Will you get any mileage out of the machine guns? Probably not. But this is all par for the course for the kind of game this is.Sky Odyssey for PS2 is a much more fun and active flying game than this, but this is by no means chopped liver. The graphics are often impressive, and the game does put up a fight in the later stages. But as long as you aren’t dumb enough to expect a NASA flight replicator, you might very well enjoy this little romp through the un-friendly skies. Who knew terrorists would have the $$$ to own more jet fighters than most industrialized nations?(p.s. How in the world does this game maintain a 4-star review rating average when I know for a fact that I read at least a dozen 1-star reviews?)
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great game ! old game but a great game none the less. wish the game would be longer though ???