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Ace Combat Assault Horizon enhanced Edition title Update - Game for Windows Live functionalities replaced by Steamworks funtionalities.

24 febrero 2014

Dear Ace combat fans,

you can now update your Ace Combat Assault Horizon Enhanced Edition for PC game to replace the Games for Windows Live functionalities with Steamworks functionalities.
The update is available from today – February 24th and will let you keep both your saves and achievements.
Please visit http://steamcommunity.com/app/228400/discussions/ to read the update process.

If you played or are currently playing Ace Combat Assault Horizon, you will be able to update and keep your achievements and saves between February 24th and April 1st.
From April 1st, the new version using Steamworks functionalities will become the default version of the game.

Please read the process below to update your game properly.
Please note that after April 1st, we won’t be able to guarantee your save files and achievements will be properly transferred.

CASE 1: You already purchased Ace Combat Assault Horizon Enhanced Edition prior to February 24th. Process below is valid until April 1st

You purchased a Game for Windows live version from a retailer (Disc) or Game for windows live marketplace (Digital)
1) We recommend that you add it to you Steam account using your serial
2) Launch the game and connect to Game for Windows Live. You will be asked to update the game (Title Update). Accept the update request.
3) Run the game, only currently signed user progress can be transferred to Steam.
4) Close the Game for windows live
5) Once the game is patched, click right on your game in the Steam library, go into properties, check that the BETAS tab is set to “Acah-2.0-“
6) Launch Ace Combat Assault Horizon EE v2.0 from Steam
7) The game will look for previous saves (and will only access them if you have updated through GfWL first). If saves and achievements are detected in your computer, it will ask to import them, click yes, and you are ready to go.

You purchased a Game for Windows live version from Steam
1) Launch the game and connect to Game for Windows Live. You will be asked to update the game (Title Update). Accept the update request.
2) Run the game, only currently signed user progress can be transferred to Steam.
3) Close the Game for windows live
4) Once the game is patched, click right on your game in the Steam library, go into properties, check that the BETA tab is set to “Acah-2.0-“
5) Launch Ace Combat Assault Horizon EE v2.0 from Steam
6) The game will look for previous saves (and will only access them if you have updated through GfWL first). If saves and achievements are detected in your computer, it will ask to import them, click yes, and you are ready to go.

CASE 2: You purchase Ace Combat Assault Horizon Enhanced Edition between February 24th and April 1st

1) Once the game is downloaded, right click on your game in the Steam library, go into properties, check that the BETA tab is set to “Acah-2.0-“
2) Launch Ace Combat Assault Horizon EE v2.0 from Steam

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Developed by the Project Aces team, ACE COMBAT™ ASSAULT HORIZON intensifies the franchise, escalating combat to the next level with aircraft that are literally torn apart, spewing oil and debris across the sky. Players will engage in combat across the globe, dodging skyscrapers, and turning their enemies into fiery supersonic debris in both single player and online multiplayer. Never before has combat been so fast in-your-face.

Key Features


  • Exclusive for PC : Improved graphics (resolution up to 1900x1200p) ; online play up to 16 players and a huge bonus content pack (8 aircraft, 2 maps, 27 skins, 9 skills upgrades).
  • Dramatic realistic story line – Written by New York Times Best Seller and military author Jim DeFelice, players will experience an engaging war drama spanning real-world locations across the globe.
  • Steel carnage destruction – Incredible detail and visual reaction for every explosive attack (aircraft are shredded to pieces, enemy troops annihilated, buildings shattered, machines bleed)
  • Entirely new aircraft to pilot – Experience split-second maneuvering and positioning, pinpoint targeting, hovering attacks and other gameplay diversity through the introduction of the Attack Helicopter, Door Gunner and more
  • Revolutionary Close-range Assault system – Delivering high-speed acrobatics, dizzying one-on-one encounters, satisfying visceral low-attitude and high-flying death from above
  • ACE COMBAT™ online reinvented – Take to the skies and engage hostile forces in a variety of modes including Capital Conquest (challenge opposing teams and fight to protect or take control of famous capitals around the world)

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / 8 (32 o 64 bits, optimizado para 64 bits y procesadores multicore)
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 1.8 GHz o AMD Athlon X2 a 2.4 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: nVidia GeForce 8800GT o superior; ATI Radeon HD 3850 o superior
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 16 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectSound
    • Otros requisitos: Conexión a internet de banda ancha y Games For Windows - LIVE
    • Periféricos: Ratón y teclado, controlador Microsoft Xbox 360® para Windows® o equivalente, Logitech Rumblepad 2 USB, Logitech Dual Action. Flighsticks soportados (Thrustmaster: T.Flight Hotas X,T.16000M, T.Flight Stick X, Speedlink SL-6640 Black Widow Flightstick, Hori Flightstick EX2, Saitek Aviator para Xbox 360)
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows Vista / Windows 7 / 8 (32 o 64 bits, optimizado para 64 bits y procesadores multicore)
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Quad a 2.7 GHz o superior, AMD Phenom X4 a 3 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 4 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: nVidia GeForce 8800GT o superior; ATI Radeon HD 3850 o superior
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 20 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectSound
    • Otros requisitos: Conexión a internet de banda ancha y Games For Windows - LIVE
    • Periféricos: Ratón y teclado, controlador Microsoft Xbox 360® para Windows® o equivalente, Logitech Rumblepad 2 USB, Logitech Dual Action. Flighsticks soportados (Thrustmaster: T.Flight Hotas X,T.16000M, T.Flight Stick X, Speedlink SL-6640 Black Widow Flightstick, Hori Flightstick EX2, Saitek Aviator para Xbox 360)
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Sin duda el mejor juego de combates aéreos, no se basa tanto en la simulación como en el entretenimiento. Magnifico, una de las joyas de mi biblioteca.
Publicado: 27 noviembre 2013
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Os hago un resumen así en plan rapido: BOOM, EXPLOSIONES, RATATATATATATA, FIUUUUUUU (Banda sonora épica).
Publicado: 8 abril 2014
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Graficamente muy bueno, pero es un arcade. Nada que ver con los anteriores Ace Combat, la historia es muy pobre y las misiones demasiado simples. Valido para estar entretenido un rato (demasiado corto para mi opinion) pero no te enganchara como los anteriores.
Publicado: 26 diciembre 2013
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A 208 de 261 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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In order to enjoy this game, you need to go in with an open mind and forget everything you know about Ace Combat. This is not an Ace Combat game. It's more like Call of Duty: Jet Fighter Edition. The story is pretty flat and is your typical 'Murrica vs terrorists plot. Also, make sure you turn off Flight Assist and change the control scheme to Original for the best experience.

Most people complain about DFM (Dogfight Mode) being too on-rails, and for the most part, they're right. There are some targets (called TGT_LEAD) that require you to engage DFM and follow them through a semi-scripted segment of cinematic explosions and debris before you can do any damage to them. I don't care for this feature myself, but it's not a big deal and it's fun to watch. For normal targets though, it's much more dynamic, as you can play a game of cat and mouse by counter maneuvering each other in DFM, or you can choose to not use DFM at all. Personally, I think that DFM, while a tad repetitive, is quite exhilarating. The helicopter and gunner missions are pretty grueling and last longer than they should, but fortunately there's only a few of them. They can be fun and intense at times though, especially on higher difficulties.

The multiplayer is where this game really shines, and now that the game is going on Steamworks, we should hopefully see more players. Capital Conquest is incredibly fun, and you can be a fighter, an attacker, or a helicopter and defend your HQ while capturing additional bases to spawn closer to the enemy's HQ. The aircraft are balanced so that fighters don't do much damage to ground targets, while attackers have an insane damage modifier against them, with the downside of being unable to engage DFM. Once your team captures the central control tower, you can go into ASM (Airstrike Mode) against the enemy's HQ as an attacker or multirole. You can attack the HQ directly without ASM but it's not as efficient, since ASM increases your reload speed. Helicopters are excellent for HQ defense since they can hover and shoot down incoming attackers. If you get 8 kills in a row, you can load up your PAK-FA with Trinity (tactical nuke) and decimate a wide area of ground targets. When your HQ's health bar gets low, someone on your team can make a desperate last ditch effort by launching in a B1 or B2 bomber and deal a large amount of damage to the enemy's HQ, but you better provide cover for him on his way there. There are tons of skills to unlock with points you earn from multiplayer, which include weapon damage boosts, improved homing missiles, increased armor, and improved maneuverability. All the skills are pretty balanced and none are too overpowered (except maybe Burst which maxes out defense, but it costs a lot of points and has a limited amount of uses).

If you're thinking about getting this game, get it for the multiplayer, You can play multiple roles other than a fighter, and the dogfighting is more fun and less predictable since you won't be spending the whole round circling each other which ends up happening in most other multiplayer jet games.
Publicado: 20 febrero 2014
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Ace Combat's first outing on PC is one of style, cool visuals, and horrible delivery. While the DFM mode adds a cool element of spectacular destruction, it wears out its welcome when it is literally forced onto the player in some sections. These kind of sequences aren't new and they can work well, like in the new Fallouts. However, there you voluntarily activate the sequence. Here, it's required in some portions. It literally becomes an on the rail shooter without warning and only serves to jar.

But, the most damning and horrible shortcoming is the control interface: You're literally forced to use a gamepad lest you have to endure shoddy keyboard controls or even worse joystick control. The Joystick support is non-existent. This is unacceptable. Some say this is a game meant to be played on a gamepad and this just smacks of apologetics for laziness that has become so familiar within the industry. Even Tom Clancy's HAWX, which wasn't all that good, had a basic dead zone slider and that came out in 2009, this was early 2013. There's no excuse for this at all. Why can't someone with a joystick enjoy a game about flight? Why is the joystick suddenly a peripheral only for the hardcore flight sim? And why are people defending this lazy thinking as if spending money on a game were a privilege for them?

In the end, this is a horrible game and for those seeking a good arcade flying experience would be better served with the original HAWX or, better still, going out and buying a PS2 with its trilogy of Ace Combats. Those games are superior in everyway to this pile of dung. If you're looking for a good arcadey experience on pc? Your regular flight sims can provide; just crank down the physic settings and difficulty. Wings of Prey is also another good choice for that when compared to this.

Either way, this games is awful. Skip.
Publicado: 25 noviembre 2013
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