1. Apache: Air Assault

Re: Apache: Air Assault

En Lord,al gekocht ?! Impressie misschien ?! :P

Gamespot geeft de game een 7,5.


The Good
- Varying difficulty levels to suit your skills
- Plenty of variety in the extra modes
- Co-op support throughout

The Bad
- Tutorial too short
- Bland world and story



Once you and a friend have your coordination down, you can take your Apache skills online or to the game's highly customizable Mission mode (or you can hit them solo). These modes inject a little more variety into the simple go-here, kill-this formula found throughout the campaign. High-flying helicopter races and a mission where you scout ahead to paint targets for your Apache allies in a tiny scout helicopter help to mix things up. You can also create a custom skirmish match and modify the details down to the ground forces and weapon loadouts on either side. Ultimately, Apache: Air Assault delivers on just about everything for which an enthusiast could ask. While it may not convert many new players into pilots, a keen attention to detail and a good number of customization options help keep things feeling fresh.


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Closing Comments

Apache: Air Assault is a title that a niche audience of hardcore flight sim fans will love, and the rest of us with a passing interesting in flying a chopper will get some fun out of. I recommend playing it on Training for anyone who isn’t up to putting in the many hours of time to master the more intense Realistic settings, but it’s cool that Gaijin put those in for the hardcore fans they know are going to pick this up. The combat is a sight to behold, but the missions are more than little formulaic thanks to the nature of the aircraft. Apaches are made to kill, and they do it well. I just don't think that’s enough for most gamers out there.


6.5
Presentation
The menus feel pretty generic, but the camera angles they use for the choppers do a great job at giving the player a sense of speed and power.

7.5
Graphics
The Apaches look fantastic, with a great attention to detail. The world around the aircraft, though, is a little mixed, ranging from good to just passable.

8.0
Sound
The cheesy action movie soundtrack feels appropriate, and the voice acting is sparse, leaving you free to focus on the ass kicking your bringing to your enemies. The rockets and guns are sound great.

7.5
Gameplay
It’s clearly for the hardcore, but even gamers who don’t love flight sims can find some entertainment in the spectacle of raining fiery death. Just make sure you play it on Training.

7.0
Lasting Appeal
The campaign is all that most of us will get a kick out of, but I have no doubt that small audience I’ve talked about will love the campaign, the multiplayer, and the free flight mode.


7.5
  • En Lord,al gekocht ?! Impressie misschien ?! :P

    Gamespot geeft de game een 7,5.


    The Good
    - Varying difficulty levels to suit your skills
    - Plenty of variety in the extra modes
    - Co-op support throughout

    The Bad
    - Tutorial too short
    - Bland world and story



    Once you and a friend have your coordination down, you can take your Apache skills online or to the game's highly customizable Mission mode (or you can hit them solo). These modes inject a little more variety into the simple go-here, kill-this formula found throughout the campaign. High-flying helicopter races and a mission where you scout ahead to paint targets for your Apache allies in a tiny scout helicopter help to mix things up. You can also create a custom skirmish match and modify the details down to the ground forces and weapon loadouts on either side. Ultimately, Apache: Air Assault delivers on just about everything for which an enthusiast could ask. While it may not convert many new players into pilots, a keen attention to detail and a good number of customization options help keep things feeling fresh.


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    IGN:

    Closing Comments

    Apache: Air Assault is a title that a niche audience of hardcore flight sim fans will love, and the rest of us with a passing interesting in flying a chopper will get some fun out of. I recommend playing it on Training for anyone who isn’t up to putting in the many hours of time to master the more intense Realistic settings, but it’s cool that Gaijin put those in for the hardcore fans they know are going to pick this up. The combat is a sight to behold, but the missions are more than little formulaic thanks to the nature of the aircraft. Apaches are made to kill, and they do it well. I just don't think that’s enough for most gamers out there.


    6.5
    Presentation
    The menus feel pretty generic, but the camera angles they use for the choppers do a great job at giving the player a sense of speed and power.

    7.5
    Graphics
    The Apaches look fantastic, with a great attention to detail. The world around the aircraft, though, is a little mixed, ranging from good to just passable.

    8.0
    Sound
    The cheesy action movie soundtrack feels appropriate, and the voice acting is sparse, leaving you free to focus on the ass kicking your bringing to your enemies. The rockets and guns are sound great.

    7.5
    Gameplay
    It’s clearly for the hardcore, but even gamers who don’t love flight sims can find some entertainment in the spectacle of raining fiery death. Just make sure you play it on Training.

    7.0
    Lasting Appeal
    The campaign is all that most of us will get a kick out of, but I have no doubt that small audience I’ve talked about will love the campaign, the multiplayer, and the free flight mode.


    7.5
  • Er staat een demo op de Store. Helaas kan je die nu niet downloaden dus je zal moeten wachten totdat hij weer online komt als je die wilt proberen. Ik heb de demo zelf wel geprobeerd en ik zelf vond hem wel leuker dan ik verwacht had. Je moet er wel van houden. Het is wel een beetje een simulatie spel en niet iets arcade zoals Ace Combat of H.A.W.X.
  • Zijn er leden die dit spel hebben en er misschien iets over kwijt willen? Ik zit er over na te denken om deze game te gaan halen maar heb tot nu toe alleen nog maar 1 member recensie kunnen lezen.
  • Ziet er vet uit. :D
  • Haha heet het serieus gaijin entertainment? nice.
  • Ik ben erg benieuwd, Gaijin Entertainment heeft al eerder geslaagde flightsims op de markt gebracht en een helicopter sim is anno 2010 behoorlijk uniek.
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    Nieuws | 16 juli 2010 - Activision komt dit najaar met een game rond gevechtshelikopters. In Apache: Air Assault moet je met een helikopter terroristische aanslagen voorkomen en bezoek je verschillende oorlogsgebieden. Het hoofdverhaal kent zestien missies die Afrika, het Midden-Oosten en Amerika vanuit een heel nieuw perspectief in beeld brengen. Apache: Air Assault is in ontwikkeling bij Gaijin Entertainment.

    Volgens Activision’s David Oxford biedt Apache: Air Assault “plezier voor diehards en flight sim-fans die gewoon dingen willen opblazen”. De modi die je in de game vindt zijn dan ook zowel arcade als simulatie. Er kan ook online samengewerkt worden in de co-op modus of je kunt het tegen elkaar opnemen in de modi “Team Deathmatch”, “Ground Attack”, “Capture the LZ” en “Ground Strike”.

    Gaijin Entertainment is o.a. bekend van de flightsims IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds Of Prey (GR 80.40%) en Wings of Prey (GR 79.50%)

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    Releasedatum: Q4 2010
    Ontwikkeld door: Gaijin Entertainment
    Uitgegeven door: Activision
    Genres: Actie en Simulatie
    Bevat: Singleplayer, Multiplayer en Online
    Ook voor: X360

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