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3, 2, 1 décollage ! Devenez l'as des as dans Aces of the Galaxy™ — Un jeu d'arcade classique pour le XXIème. Utilisez un arsenal impressionnant d'armes : missiles, torpilles, minigun... et éliminez la menace Skurgian.
Date de parution: 4 juin 2008
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3, 2, 1 décollage ! Devenez l'as des as dans Aces of the Galaxy™ — Un jeu d'arcade classique pour le XXIème. Utilisez un arsenal impressionnant d'armes : missiles, torpilles, minigun... et éliminez la menace Skurgian.

  • Déplacement temporel — Ralentissez les hordes ennemies
  • Effets visuels soufflants — Zoomez au cœur de l'action
  • Action à la troisième personne — Jeu de tir style Retro-arcade

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows Vista/XP
    • Processeur : Pentium(R) 4 2.0 GHz ou AMD(R) équivalent
    • Mémoire vive : 512 Mo de RAM pour Windows(R) XP ou 1 Go de RAM pour Windows Vista(TM)
    • Carte graphique : Carte compatible 9.0c comportant 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 120 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
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Very fun, but very short. Despite having 30 possible levels, you do 10 per run-thru each time...so you could finish the whole game in a little over three hours if you worked at it. Wicked fun while it lasts, Aces of the Galaxy is unfortunately hampered by similar problems to what too many of Activision's other older titles on here have - namely poor maximum resolution [1280x1024 standard / 1280x720 wide], no saving between levels, and spotty at best controller support. It controls very well with a keyboard and mouse though, and gets nice and insane near the end. If it can be snagged for $7.50 or less, I'd say it's worth it if you like more casual space schmups, and it also happens to run very well on newer machines - something way too many of the other old Activision titles sadly can't boast.

Best part: You can kill the credits on game end, including government agencies. Not that I'm advocating doing that for real, or anything. ;P
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Really sloppy control and interface design, and there's no reason to make a PC shooter where you have to keep mashing buttons like this. Graphics are pleasant enough, but were stuck in 4x3 for me. Overall this feels like someone tried to make a more arcade-ish Starfox knockoff, and in doing so lost all of the worthwhile elements of the source.
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Decent-ish. Difficult to recommend one way or the other. Poor resolution and gamepad support, but the basic gameplay is some fun starfox-like business. It's quite pretty, although the gameplay is not quite as nuanced as its contemporaries (sin and punishment 2?).

Still, compared to Yar's Revenge, Aces of the Galaxy is good, and might be the best on-rails shmups on Steam, if that's your fancy.
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running windows 7 w/a 360 controller and game runs perfect. Fast, colorful on rails shooter. Old school fun.
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Aces of the Galaxy is a competent game that gets on my nerves. Aces reveals console-port-itus by making it impossible to change the controls ingame, and if you have a 360 controller hooked up expect to get lots of rumble you can't do anything about.
I was attracted to Aces because it looks and plays a bit like Rez HD. You can move side to side and dodge, but you have no ability to change your path. When executed well, this can be alot of fun. However, shooting in Aces is accomplished by clicking the mouse button instead of holding it. Within the first few minutes of play, I encountered swarms of enemies, and I do mean swarms. You can fire missiles by holding the right mouse button and dragging it over your enemies, but the recharge for this ability encourages you to click away with your guns, and this quickly becomes a pain.
Outside of gameplay, two more issues quickly made the experience intolerable. Firstly, the majority of the enemies arn't well-differentiated from the background, the shots they fire back at you, or thier own vapor trails. The result is an incredibly busy, confusing, and deadly mess, and that's before you start adding your own shots to the mix. Secondly, I quickly encontered a piece of music that was ear-splittingly painful, and while I could certainly turn off all the music, I really don't see the point of playing a game like this without decent beats.
This is obviously a subjective review, so I encourage you to examine other sources.
Posté le : 1 juillet
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