Take on the massive assault of aerial, ground, and naval forces with only seconds to decide your fate of victory or defeat.
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發售日: 2012 年 03 月 8 日
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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.

Jane's Information Group is commonly recognized as the definitive source of information for the Defense Industry. In addition to its intelligence, defense and military hardware publications, since 1996 Jane's has a long association with simulation games.

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.

系統需求

    Minimum
    • Operating system: Windows® XP (SP2), Windows® Vista, or Windows® 7 Operating System
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz or AMD Athlon X2 4000+
    • Video: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 or ATI Radeon X1600 Shader model 3.0+ graphics card
    • Memory: XP: 1GB Main Memory • Vista/Win7: 2GB Main Memory
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX version 9.0c-compatible sound card
    • Hard disk space: 1.5GB Hard Drive Space
    • Multiplayer: Broadband 256kbps
    Recommended
    • 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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28 人之中有 27 人(96%)認為這篇評論值得參考
1.2 記錄時數
張貼於:03 月 25 日
In the 90s, Jane's Combat Simulations was a whole series of flight simulation games published by EA (you read that right, it was EA before they became the stupid EA we all know today) with the branding of Jane's Information Group, a publishing company specializing in warfare. I have limited experience with flight simulation, and didn't discover it until way after Jane's games stopped being made, but I haven't heard anything but good things about the series.

Now ignore everything I just said because it doesn't apply here at all. That's right, just like all the other reviews said, the "Jane's" name has nothing to do with this game. It's an arcade game; think HAWX or Ace Combat, but Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters is way more like HAWX 1 (I haven't played HAWX 2 so I can't say). Which I'm okay with - HAWX 1 was actually enjoyable for what it was, especially in multiplayer co-op... but where HAWX failed to capture the essence of Ace Combat, Jane's fails to even capture the essence of HAWX. And that's just sad.

First things first, no camera control and limited controller support. You have to go into the controls menu and rebind the keys for your controller before you can do anything, and even then you still can't control the camera nor can you use the controller for the menus - you gotta have your keyboard handy. Plus, I don't know if this was just me, but some of the graphics seemed really weird - I had some werid light flickering every now and then, and explosions didn't look like explosions at all.

On that last note, the graphics are passable. The aircraft models aren't very-well detailed, but they're not mishapen blocks that don't look like the Super Hornet or A-10 - they're passable, at the very least. Music and sound design are... poor, really. Nothing stuck with me at all, and I'm not trying to look for the soundtrack online or anything. Adding on to that, voice quality is really horrible. I mean, the writing can be okay at times, but the main character doesn't seem to give a damn about anything. He always sounds so upbeat, even when someone you're escorting is about to die. The guy voicing Control sounded like he was reused for some of the ground forces, which really confused me during one of the early missions.

The gameplay of JASF is the worst part, unfortunately. Nothing seems to be obvious enough, especially concerning incoming missiles, which you can't dodge normally unless you use countermeasures. Seriously, those things stay glued to your butt like hell, and it's not like you have an infinite amount of flares when the enemies gang up on you. You'll find yourself dying just because the missiles are magically homing on you. Not like your missiles have the same capabilities. Additionally, when using bombs, your aircraft can be destroyed by those very bombs. Of course, you have no way of knowing this (and no other arcade flight game has this feature AFAIK) until you do it yourself, and even then you'd be hard-pressed to figure it out.

Mission variety is also extremely broken. First mission is a patrol, followed by an escort. Second mission is a low-altitude attack, followed by an escort. Third mission is a low-altitude attack, followed by an escort. Am I the only one seeing a pattern here? Escort missions are the bane of some players' existence in Ace Combat games, so if you hate escort missions, stay the hell away.

For what it's worth, I spent exactly $1.00 of my Steam wallet (so, technically, free since it was from trading cards), so I don't think it was wasted - I did enjoy what I was doing until I got shot down by a swarm of MiGs in... the third mission? Hard to remember since they're so easy to forget.

In all honesty, HAWX 1 is better than this, and most Ace Combat games are better than that. Go look there. Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters isn't worth anyone's time or money.
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0.1 記錄時數
張貼於:03 月 19 日
If u like bad xbox flying simulators this is the thing you are looking for !
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0.8 記錄時數
張貼於:06 月 26 日
I would not recommend this game
*first of all the you do not use the mouse the way of selecting stuff is by using arrow keys
*Second of all it very hard to hit things
*third of all the the game is way over priced $9.99
*Fourth of all you have to go to the main menu to change to fist or third person
*fith of all if your throttle is at zero it will increase in 3 seconds like your going 400 UNITS? if you let go of throttle (arrow keys) then 3 seconds later 1100 UNITS?
*Sixth of all the game is just bad
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4 人之中有 3 人(75%)認為這篇評論值得參考
10.4 記錄時數
張貼於:05 月 16 日
A somewhat enjoyable arcade flight sim. Mediocre in almost every aspect. I would not recommend spending more than $4.99 on this game. I suppose the only redeeming feature are the planes themselves if you enjoy modern fighter jets.

Final Score: 50/100
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張貼於:2014 年 01 月 13 日
真是烂,画面简陋,操作生硬,居然还不支持鼠标操作?! 要是早知道质量如此低 $0.01我都不会买的!
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