Review: June 2002 Archives

Publisher: Sammy Entertainment
Developer: Asmik Ace Entertainment

Platform: PlayStation 2
Reviewed on PlayStation 2

In the near future, the world is ravaged by global warming. Coastlines are completely reshaped as the rising ocean submerges low-lying areas, swallowing up whole cities in the process. Some of those cities are rebuilt as giant floating platforms – a marvel, but a vulnerable marvel. The worldwide catastrophe widened the gap between the haves and the have-nots, as the have-nots were without the means to recover from this disaster. As a result, they have taken up arms against the World Alliance (your side). Backed by a former World Alliance country, the disaffected countries are now bound up in the World Order Reorganization Front (your enemy). With that backdrop, you hop into the pilot's seat of a large selection of modern fighter aircraft as well as some fictional, futuristic "black program" fighters. You'll fly over 20 missions, both air-to-air and air-to-surface type, and unlock secret prizes along the way if you're skillful enough to earn high mission ranks.

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