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Take on the massive assault of aerial, ground, and naval forces with only seconds to decide your fate of victory or defeat.
Udgivelsesdato: 8 Mar 2012
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Turn the Heavens into Hell!

The Southern Azbaristan Democratic Front of South Azbaristan has only managed to hold off the North with the aid of the West, which supplies military and logistical aid to the tiny state in return for the oil exports from their vast reserves. Players will have the chance to assume the role of squadron leader Razor and lead the fight to reunify Azbaristan and protect the West’s vital interests.

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Key Features>

  • Intense Expansive Multiplayer: 16 person multiplayer combat to continue the action and intensity of war online. Also included is full campaign co-op play that accommodates 2-4 players.
  • Cunning Enemies From The North: Take on the massive assault of aerial, ground, and naval forces with only seconds to decide your fate of victory or defeat.
  • Combat Over Land, Air And Sea: Over 65,000km² of continuous terrain, including cities, industrial centres, mountainous regions and deserts.
  • Diverse Array Of Advanced Fighters To Fly: 30 flyable jets from the US, Europe, Russia and China. It also features the very best of the next generation in fighters such as the F-22A Raptor, F-35 Lightning II, Russia’s Su-35 Super Flanker and their newest plane, the 5th Generation PAK-FA.


    • Operativsystem: Windows® XP (SP2), Windows® Vista eller Windows® 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2,0 GHz eller AMD Athlon X2 4000+
    • Grafik: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 eller ATI Radeon X1600 Shader model 3.0+ grafikkort
    • Hukommelse: XP: 1 GB hukommelse • Vista/Win7: 2 GB hukommelse
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Lyd: DirectX version 9.0c-kompatibelt lydkort
    • Harddiskplads: 1,5 GB harddiskplads
    • Multiplayer: Bredbånd 256 kbps
    • Operating system: Windows® XP (SP2), Windows® Vista, or Windows® 7 Operating System
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 6400 or AMD Athlon X2 4400+ dual-core
    • Video: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon X1900 Shader model 3.0+ graphics card
    • Memory: XP: 2GB Main Memory • Vista/Win7: 4GB Main Memory
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX version 9.0c-compatible sound card
    • Hard disk space: 1.5GB Hard Drive Space
    • Multiplayer: Broadband 512kbps
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35 af 41 personer (85%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
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0.7 timer bogført
I payed a dollar for this. And I still feel ripped off.
Indsendt: 26 Januar 2014
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Can't recommend this crap.

No controller plugged in, and the damn thing tells me to push [RT] to fly and no button on the keyboard or mouse seems to get this wreck off the ground.

Nope, can't recommend worthless console ports like this crap.
Indsendt: 2 Juni 2014
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6 af 7 personer (86%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
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0.1 timer bogført
Coming into this game I was hoping for a more simulation style Ace Combat, unfortunately that is not the case. First thing I did, as I do in all games, was check the key layout and controls for flying with a keyboard. It was doable in writing, unfortunately, it's poorly executed in-game. The throttle up key (arrow key up) does exactly that it throttles up, however it also turns the camera in-cockpit 90 degrees left. Slowing down (arrow key down) does the same thing, it throttles down with the expense of turning your camera 90 degrees right.

Also, before purchasing JASF, I read in multiple places that the game can be used with a joystick/gamepad/Xbox 360 controller. Nope. I restarted the game (with Xbox 360 controller connected) and was prompted with the "Enter" key as well as the arrow keys for navigating the menu. Fair enough, the menu is keyboard exclusive, I can understand that. As I went in-game I soon noticed that there were new icons. For instance, instead of an arrow key, it was the "A" button. I pick up my Xbox 360 controller and press "A" for a solid 10 seconds... Nothing. The voiceover is still going, droning about my important task at hand. I keep pressing "A", then "B" then every other button on my controller. Nothing. For a game that is ALSO on Xbox 360, there was a transition error or flawed coding to not have a smooth transition to PC.

Graphics: Not much concern. Although, I did experience some screen tears and occasional stuttering throughout my loop-de-loop camera turning spiral into the end of the runway. Nothing gamebreaking however. Planes look good, environment is minimal but effective. Cockpit perspective looks alright. Not much criticism here.

I'm a huge fan of the Ace Combat series, I've played hours upon hours of IL-2 Sturmovik for PS3, even more on Heroes of the Pacific and Secret Weapons over Normandy for PS2 and many more airplane specific games (I'm not going to include Battlefield games because that's somewhat taboo to flight simulator enthusiasts). So, it's safe to say that this is no user error, this is a game with potential, but failed to properly execute the most basic of video game tasks, the controls.
Indsendt: 31 Marts 2014
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0.5 timer bogført
bro, I can't even... Waste of money
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6.6 timer bogført
This should not have the Jane's Name attached to it. "Advanced Strike Fighters" would be a better name as it is an arcade like flight simulator, nothing like the in-depth realism of the other Jane's titles. I am going to reccomend this game, but for a very specific reason, skip to the last paragraph if you want that break down. The rest of this review will be focusing on all the problems with the game.

The game has some serious flaws. The most jarring is the voice acting. It's horrible. The voice actors don't know what accent they are trying to replicate, and the end result is that 'control' (the guy giving you missions) sounds like a caricature of a middle eastern terrorist, your allies all sound either Russian (maybe) French (sometimes) or just stupid (almost always). And then there is the main character you play, 'Razor', who has less personality then a cardboard box. There is also the stupid decision to reveal major plot points while you are dogfighting multiple enemies. I've screamed 'Shut up control! KIND OF BUSY!" while the middle eastern terrorist is rambling about president Karzei or Dimitriev. Shutting the radio off is probably a good idea in this game, because it will be less frustrating. And the plot is generic and bad anyway, make up your own story as you shoot down enemies.

Moving on, the gameplay. It's not great. Enemy fighter planes spawn and then go after you like a cruise missile. The force balance is blatantly unfair as well, enemy fighters swarm you very quickly, and 10 on 1 furballs are never very fun. Enemy missiles track rather well, and your countermeasures are basically only good for one missile. If you have three flares, and you pop them, the game stops the tracking on three missiles (not all 12 headed at you) so again, not really realistic. AAA fire can't shoot at you until you are within 2 miles, but can then track and hit you constantly (even through mountains) until you are 10 miles away. Enemy SAMs always outrange ground munitions, so wild weasel can be interesting. Now one by one, all of these enemy elements can be dealt with, but usually the game spawns 10 fighters, 4 sams, and an AAA site all at once and tells you 'GOOD LUCK!'. This can be extremely frustrating at times. I played one game where I died five times, but at the end, I had 94 ground kills and 138 air kills, achieveing a kill ratio that would be envied by any air force. But to beat the level, there was no way you could do it on a single life, and this is a gameplay decision that bothers me. Skill should be a factor here.

So that's enemies, what about your plane? Well there is a good selection of aircraft, and they are all sort of rendered nicely. I mean, the graphics in this game are not that great, but they get the job done. One jarring thing for people who like planes, is that when maneuvering the planes surfaces do not move properly. The ailerons and elevators and rudders all work, like on a Cessna, but these are Fly by wire aircraft. Elevators work in tandem to roll planes along with elevators, flaps and ailerons should deploy to aid elevators in pitch maneuvers, rudders function as pitch and yaw assist on most aircraft as well. This is not modeled, unlike say Ace Combat, where the planes are basically pornography. Your weapon selection could best be described as generic. There are no real munitions in this game, all the munitions are made up names with different capabilities. You only really need three to win at this game, the Shrike, Eagle, and Basilisk. The Shrike is a AA-11/sidewinder equivalent, the Eagle lets you pop enemy planes at long range (20 k in this game...) and the Basilisk is a cruise missile with submuntions. You can't loadout your aircraft with anything other then pre-set loadouts, so I'll just tell you that the SU-35BM has this loadout in a 4/4/4 config. Use it the moment you unlock it for every mission. So your weapons are pretty generic and the explosions/missile traces are boring.

Ok, so why am I listing this game as recommended. Well I am saying it is worth buying if it is on sale for only one reason. It is fun to play Co-op. Single player this game is dissapointing, but every mission in the game can be played on co-op mode, and you can have a lot of friends in a single session. The enemy count doesn't change, so the game actually becomes more fair when you fly with wingman, about the only concession to reality the game makes. If you have some friends to fly with, this game is pretty fun to play and the aircraft selection means you can all be flying your favourite modern jet. If you don't intend to play co-op, stay away from it.
Indsendt: 26 Januar 2014
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9.9 timer bogført
JASF is a travesty that should have never received the Jane's name. It's a turn-and-burn game that has realistic looking planes, but they don't feel that different when flown, and weapons are completely unrealistic. There are also no friendlies in the game: you are ALONE in the game, making 20-80 kills PER MISSION. Yes, your weapons regenerate. The game also relies on throwing a lot of enemies at you. Missions are lame as you seem to be the only person in this country's air force... and you're a Western mercenary! Graphics are good (1680x1050 is supported) but not spectacular accurate like HAWX. All in all, I should be playing HAWX or Ace Combat.
Indsendt: 26 November 2013
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