Air Conflicts: Secret Wars [7] – The Verdict

It’s OK. There really isn’t anything else I can say about the game. It’s an OK game. It’s not great, it’s not awful, it’s just OK.

The gameplay can be fun enough, and could be great, but it’s worsened by artificial inflation of game time. Fly here, now fly back there, now do this mundane and simple thing. Fight these guys. Oh, you’ve killed them? Here’s another group of identical guys you also need to kill. This drags throughout the game and I really feel it isn’t needed. It took me about nine hours to clear this game, but I would have had more fun and a higher opinion of it if it took no more than five.

The voice acting would be pretty good, were it not for the main character. She’s supposed to be French, but it sounds fake. She’s supposed to be 14 at the start of the game, but she sounds like a 35 year old attempting to sound young throughout the game. She’s supposed to be human, but she sounds like a robot trying to act human and failing at it.

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars DeeDee Writes Memoirs

Aww, she get’s married to Edwards!

The graphics are also OK, nothing special, but you get a few moments where you’re amazed by the lighting effects or the style. It’s not a graphical style that ages amazingly, but it doesn’t age badly either.The rest of the sounds are OK, though. On several occasions, I was actually surprised by the sound quality, but most of the time, it’s just enough above adequate to be good.

All in all, as I said, it’s an OK game. Get it if you have nothing else to play and if you find it for cheap, but don’t go out of your way to find it.

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