Vector Thrust is a fast-paced single and mulltiplayer combat flight game, using a unique cel shaded art style. The game features 260 fully playable aircraft (through various iterations of over 45 aircraft models).
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Mostly Negative (21 reviews) - 23% of the 21 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
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Mixed (412 reviews) - 59% of the 412 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Jul 2, 2015

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July 22

v1.501

A small update but it is worth reporting.
It only contains a few fixes:

-In HUD view camera mode, the weapons are no longer visible, their visibility in this mode was never intended.

-The engine manages more effective if there is a workshop item with tweaked specs, before it worked properly, but in the editor mode it displayed a duplicate entry and used the default weapons.

-And the last issue, fixed the crash when in presence to workshop items that are skins only.

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July 16

Report 061: Rafale

A new update has been released and the first Rafale has been made available.



In this case it was the Rafale B01, the preproduction model of the B variant. The selection of this variant was purely coincidence, during development I honestly didn't have a clear picture of the full evolution of this family.



But since then I've been looking for more information of this family, first, to complete the implementation of this model in game and later to have a complete idea of the whole family.

After gathering all the information I could this is the evolution I believe is the most accurate:


(I recommend you to see it in full screen)

Something to take note, is that this family dost not have much visual variety after production, much like the Mirage F1 all aircraft are very similar. But I can guarantee that all have a unique model.

So the point of this report, is to begin a discussion about this family, I want to know if this representation is fine, and if it is not I would like to hear your reasoning.

To conclude, I'll now post, some references I gathered of the lesser known variants to give a better perspective of the variations in shape:

ACT A



ACT B



ACTC



ACT D2C



ACX Early:



ACX Late:



Rafale FU(But represented as a sigle seater)



Super Rafale:



Rafale D (Or aleast it seems like it)

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About This Game

Vector Thrust is a fast-paced single and mulltiplayer combat flight game, using a unique cel shaded art style. With an extensive variety of game modes like the unpredictable and vicious Quick Action, a customizable Skirmish Mode, and multiple immersive story-based campaigns, Vector Thrust aims to please both players wanting to get straight into the sky and those who love a flexible, diverse and customizable gaming experience.

Vector Thrust gives the player full power over the game to alter any aspect of the game they choose, ranging from simple tweaks to full-blown modifications. Adding user-made skins, changing unit performance and parameters or even complete battle scenarios is easy and open to anyone. With fully fleshed out Map, Mission and Campaign editors, Vector Thrust boasts unlimited expandability and adaptability.

With advanced tactical AI that actively analyses and responds to a dynamic battlefield, as well as over 260 fully playable aircraft (through various iterations of over 45 aircraft models) and even more naval and ground units that all work to complete their objectives in different ways, Vector Thrust offers missions that are never played the same way twice.

Key features:

  • Stay engaged from dawn until dusk and beyond with many single and multiplayer game modes.
  • Keep coming back for more with 13 missions via a series of campaigns.
  • Unlock over 260 aircraft through a simple yet competitive Challenge Mode, which includes 170 challenges.
  • Pit yourself against advanced tactical AI that responds to the world around it.
  • Clash against titanic aerial fortresses and super-weapons.
  • Duel with a myriad of Ace fighter squadrons, each with their own unique combat strategies.
  • Modify your game with easy, simple modding tools and share your creations with others.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: 1 Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 128 MB DirectX®–compliant, Shader 2.0–enabled video card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: 3 Ghz Dual Core
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB DirectX®–compliant, Shader 3.0–enabled video card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
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Cig
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: July 24
Doesn't even start.......VectorThrust.exe
was very much looking forward to this,sadly it didn't work at all. tried all the community stuff,got a pretty good machine here,so it's not that. shame,really.....
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Ishvii
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Pre-Release Review
Posted: July 23
A buggy mess that shouldn't have come out of early access. More or less abandoned now, which is a shame as it could have been an amazing joystick fighter game.
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» remiX
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 22
6 / 10
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Ramin
( 1.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 22
good game
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Badger
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: July 19
I went in to see what kind of changes they made to the game since I played it last, which was almost a year ago and I was surprised and disappointed that the game felt exactly the same. The one thing I could say is that the graphics are much better, but not much else is. Maybe that will change, I don't know. All I can say is that when I got it for $10 I didn't feel remorse for my purchase and I still don't. Seeing the $25 price tag now, though, makes me think that if I got it now instead of then, I'd definitely feel buyer's remorse.
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azgoodaz
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 17
Product received for free
Note: As stated under the review posted date, "Product received for free," I did get this game for free. I got it awhile back from the developer to play but I could never play it due to my laptop. Now that I upgraded to a decent Gaming PC, I can play it and give you my review on it. Getting the game for free doesn't affect my review at all.

Like Ace Combat or HAWX? Well it's not like those games at all.

The keyboard control is horrible, it feels like you are flying a tug boat in the air. You can't change the mouse sensitivity (it's really slow in the menu screen). If you pause the game in-game, you can't view your options nor look at the controls. If you change graphic settings, the whole game needs to be rebooted in order for it to take in effect. The in-game music doesn't put you in that fighter mood/style, and the jet fighters look like they are made out of cardboard.

Sadly because of the horrible keyboard control, I couldn't even get past the prologue because the combat was clunky. I was trying to put out my flares so I won't get hit by a missile but I pressed every letter on the keyboard to find out it's not there. It would have been nice to pause the game to look at the controls, but that's not an option.

I think the only decent thing about this game is that it's Steam Workshop availability in which you can use custom jet fighter skins. But so far, that workshop section is not very popular.

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7/18/16 edit: I literally just clicked on the game Vector Thrust in my library and I was granted 4 acheivements. I only shot down one jet fighter in the game, and I was granted a achievement for shooting down 10, 100, and 500 planes. It seems like the game is glitched.
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unavailableartist
( 11.0 hrs on record )
Posted: July 17
Ok, so here's the deal. On paper, this game is great. It's got a "large" selection of planes, from what I see it has 3-5 gen. aircraft. And it looks like a looney toon version of classic Ace Combat (a simcade flying game from Playstation and Xbox). When it works it is fun and quite challenging (missle shots seem to miss a lot here).

However this game is very buggy and it crashes. It's also incomplete. Here's my pro/con. list:

Pros.
1. Plays like ace combat.
2. Has a decent selection of weapons/aircraft.
3. A somewhat engaging storyline for an indie game.

Cons.
1. Voice bugs (Sometimes the characters litterally scream in your ear too loud) or sometimes they are way way too quiet.
2. Sound glitches, again the warning sounds and ambient sounds are glitchy and sometimes too quiet or way the hell too loud.
3. Campaign is incomplete. You cannot get past mission 11-10? where you kill the prince... all that is left are invisible targets theres no completion. Inotherwords you cannot progress pass that.
4. Model glitches, from hud view your plane is invisible (you only see your weapons).

This game feels incomplete. So unfortunately I cannot recommend this game, unless they finish it by fixing the bugs.
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demotricus
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 13
Ugh. I found it IMPOSSIBLE to play this.

The graphics are nice and the flight controls are fine, but what I just can`t abide is the way the HUD (or plane itself if on external view), LEAPS around the screen completely disorienting me. In cockpit mode this effect was so pronounced that my hud spent most of it`s time either on the far left of the screen or just doing the dance of the sugar plumb fairy all over the screen as I manouvered. (Theres a "Static" setting in the CP for the view/cam but it doesn`t seem to make any difference). If you could turn that effect off the game would be fine.

But it`s a game breaker for me as I become so disoriented that I lose sight of what I`m shooting at.

I bought it on offer so am not going to bother refunding, (at least I`ll get the trading cards...) But if I had paid full price (£19), I`d be asking for my money back.
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assassin92xx
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 12
If you ever enjoyed playing ace combat on the playstation one then you should download this game
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
12.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 30
It can be alot better with improvements, a lot of.
For me this game need to be in early access,not finished.

So for the moment i would not recommend this game sorry.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 17
Product received for free
Note: As stated under the review posted date, "Product received for free," I did get this game for free. I got it awhile back from the developer to play but I could never play it due to my laptop. Now that I upgraded to a decent Gaming PC, I can play it and give you my review on it. Getting the game for free doesn't affect my review at all.

Like Ace Combat or HAWX? Well it's not like those games at all.

The keyboard control is horrible, it feels like you are flying a tug boat in the air. You can't change the mouse sensitivity (it's really slow in the menu screen). If you pause the game in-game, you can't view your options nor look at the controls. If you change graphic settings, the whole game needs to be rebooted in order for it to take in effect. The in-game music doesn't put you in that fighter mood/style, and the jet fighters look like they are made out of cardboard.

Sadly because of the horrible keyboard control, I couldn't even get past the prologue because the combat was clunky. I was trying to put out my flares so I won't get hit by a missile but I pressed every letter on the keyboard to find out it's not there. It would have been nice to pause the game to look at the controls, but that's not an option.

I think the only decent thing about this game is that it's Steam Workshop availability in which you can use custom jet fighter skins. But so far, that workshop section is not very popular.

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7/18/16 edit: I literally just clicked on the game Vector Thrust in my library and I was granted 4 acheivements. I only shot down one jet fighter in the game, and I was granted a achievement for shooting down 10, 100, and 500 planes. It seems like the game is glitched.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: July 19
I went in to see what kind of changes they made to the game since I played it last, which was almost a year ago and I was surprised and disappointed that the game felt exactly the same. The one thing I could say is that the graphics are much better, but not much else is. Maybe that will change, I don't know. All I can say is that when I got it for $10 I didn't feel remorse for my purchase and I still don't. Seeing the $25 price tag now, though, makes me think that if I got it now instead of then, I'd definitely feel buyer's remorse.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
11.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 17
Ok, so here's the deal. On paper, this game is great. It's got a "large" selection of planes, from what I see it has 3-5 gen. aircraft. And it looks like a looney toon version of classic Ace Combat (a simcade flying game from Playstation and Xbox). When it works it is fun and quite challenging (missle shots seem to miss a lot here).

However this game is very buggy and it crashes. It's also incomplete. Here's my pro/con. list:

Pros.
1. Plays like ace combat.
2. Has a decent selection of weapons/aircraft.
3. A somewhat engaging storyline for an indie game.

Cons.
1. Voice bugs (Sometimes the characters litterally scream in your ear too loud) or sometimes they are way way too quiet.
2. Sound glitches, again the warning sounds and ambient sounds are glitchy and sometimes too quiet or way the hell too loud.
3. Campaign is incomplete. You cannot get past mission 11-10? where you kill the prince... all that is left are invisible targets theres no completion. Inotherwords you cannot progress pass that.
4. Model glitches, from hud view your plane is invisible (you only see your weapons).

This game feels incomplete. So unfortunately I cannot recommend this game, unless they finish it by fixing the bugs.
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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 12
If you ever enjoyed playing ace combat on the playstation one then you should download this game
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 13
Ugh. I found it IMPOSSIBLE to play this.

The graphics are nice and the flight controls are fine, but what I just can`t abide is the way the HUD (or plane itself if on external view), LEAPS around the screen completely disorienting me. In cockpit mode this effect was so pronounced that my hud spent most of it`s time either on the far left of the screen or just doing the dance of the sugar plumb fairy all over the screen as I manouvered. (Theres a "Static" setting in the CP for the view/cam but it doesn`t seem to make any difference). If you could turn that effect off the game would be fine.

But it`s a game breaker for me as I become so disoriented that I lose sight of what I`m shooting at.

I bought it on offer so am not going to bother refunding, (at least I`ll get the trading cards...) But if I had paid full price (£19), I`d be asking for my money back.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
219 of 245 people (89%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
76.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: August 13, 2014
Vector Thrust, the so called "fan-made spiritual successor" to Ace Combat and the Airforce Delta series. I've been keeping an eye on this 3D cel-shaded arcade-action flight shooter, developed by 'timeSymmetry' since it first appeared on web back in 2011 and I've playing the game since the early alpha was released on Desura back in 2012.

I must say it's really challenging for a game, the A.I. is brutal, sly and can be totally unpredictable at times which is what I need in a game these days. But don't let that put you off. If the player can do something it's highly likely and most probable that the fiendishly smart A.I. can do it too. The game mechanic's are what I would consider "Sim-Lite" in certain areas, like the very extensive electronic warfare mechanic's and can be very arcade-ish at times much like in Ace Combat.

The game features a large and still expanding collection of high quality modelled aircraft, surface craft and weaponry. The many game modes tend keep me from getting bored or stressed, for an example if I get stuck in a Campaign, I'd go jump into Quick Action mode to break up the pace and try something new. And here is where I do my rundown of what I've played so far of the pre-Early Access build, which is due to be released some time on Steam's Early Access platform and I must say I'm really liking many of the improvements done to the game so far.

Quick Mission mode is good but it became a bit repetitive after a few matches due to the same style of missions appearing. I don't know if it's the seed generator or whatever generates the missions but it could do with a tweak or two, in my opinion.

How I see it Battle Scenario mode is for practising and testing your own custom missions which you can create via the built in Editors, but I had trouble loading some old mission files I created during the alpha, though I managed to get them working eventually, I had to tweak a few things in the config files.

Arcade mode wasn't available to play in the pre-EA build so I can't comment on that, But I've heard some interesting idea's on what that might entail. Now Skirmish mode is where I found myself playing a lot of. The amount of Mutators, rules and other options you can chose from which are highly funny at times and give nods to other franchises which have clearly influenced TimeS, will keep you highly entertained for hours to come.

Now Challenge Mode is where you go to unlock the vast majority of base game's aircraft by completing a series of ever increasing challenging missions for that particularly aircraft family you wish to use. I'm liking the Challenge Mode aircraft tree, it reminds me of what you would typically see in a RTS or RPG game. I would of preferred it if the missions were a bit more unique like TimeS originally planned back in the early alpha, But due to lack of manpower and time it's an understandable sacrifice.

I haven't had a chance to try multiplayer yet, it should be noted however that the game uses Steamworks for the multiplayer and it isn't included in the main Early Access branch of the game. It's part of a sub branch under the Steam Beta Properties Tab and once selected the Steam Client downloads a patch to activate the multiplayer components. Though every time I selected multiplayer no one turned up in the lobby. I don't know if that was due to the lack of online beta testers at the time or other factors at play.

The Profile menu does what you expect. It keeps tabs on your play time, stats, performance and in game accolades which you gain by achieving certain tasks in certain game modes. There is also over 150 or so Steam Achievements to acquire for those who are into that sort of thing.

The game options are fairly modifiable. There's the typical stuff you would expect of a 3 dimensional game. The Display options so far allow the use of a wide range of resolutions with V-sync and Anti-aliasing available up to 8x sampling. There's various texture and model detail levels ranging from very low to very high. Other graphical options include Bloom, Glow and Radial Blur which is typical of a Ogre Engine based game. The artistic style of Vector Thrust is in the form of three dimensional cel-shading, which in my opinion adds a unique flair to the game without TimeS needing to focus too much on texture quality, least to say he's done an amazing job with them so far. So far I'm guessing for people who aren't too fond of the cel-shading, modders will probably create realistic texture packs some time in the future to cater to their needs.

Some quick thoughts on the background music, voice acting and sound effects. Well first things first, that air raid siren in the Main Theme blending with the female vocals. That alone sends chills down my spine. The intro has a sense of urgency to it, the rolling drums and beats convey that there may be some hope at the end of whatever conflict that the player will find him/herself in. Some of the other themes are pretty good too. One of my favourites is without a doubt is a musical piece called Evan's Theme which has some classical piano work which I find relaxing. One thing I've noticed a lot of though is the early alpha music and sounds are showing their age when played alongside the new musical pieces and sound effects. I can definitely say I'm looking forward to the rest of Jose Pavli's soundtrack.

The audio options menu allows you to change the various sound options ranging from Master to SFX, environmental and BMG. The sound effects of this game are fairly typical of this genre of game. Lots of bleeps, warning sirens, explosions and the occasional sound of Dakka. The voice acting of this game is a bit lacking but it's forgiven due to it been a produced by an independent developer and that there is more important things for TimeS to focus on like the game mechanics. There is however radio chatter options which you can use which change the voice modulation mechanic built into the game what the A.I. uses to make up for the lack of voice actors.

The control options allow the player to fully remap all the controls. The player can either use a keyboard and mouse combo, a Windows compatible HOTAS or a Microsoft compatible control pad. My preferred method of input is a wired MS-360 controller due to my familiarity with Ace Combat. The HUD colour palette and camera position can be changed to suit the player preferences. It should be noted however there is other options for the you to choose from in the options config file.

During missions there is a Command Menu which you can pull up and navigate using the number keys on the keyboard mid-flight, there's no need to pause the game or such. The Command Menu allows you inform your wingmen if you have any that is, what tactics, formations and weapons to use during the sortie. There is also options which do various things to your own aircraft too, like the ability to switch off your engine mid-flight and disable the Angle of Attack limiter.

Overall I could go on and on about the game, but the things I enjoy most about Vector Thrust is the open aspect of the game and the ability to change it to your hearts content. The ability to modify everything at will within a few hours of practice is a very tempting thing indeed. And with a few weeks of the game coming out on Desura there was a large collection of mods ranging from aircraft skins, to cosmetic changes to the HUD, even original aircraft designed by 3D modeller's. So imagine what the community will be able to do with Steam Workshop support if TimeS thinks of integrating it into the game. People say the sky's the limit, well in the case of VT the sky is just the beginning!
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70 of 80 people (88%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
29.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2015
This is a good game and there is lot to do to keep you interested. Especially if you are a fan of the old school Ace Combat or even Deadly Skies series.

But it's still something that should belong in Early Access. There are quite a few significant bugs in the game and a good amount of content is unfinished. For example you will face bugs in the Campaign that stops you progressing along with runtime errors during cutscenes that force you to redo an entire mission, and several challenges are either bugged or incomplete. As others have said it's a decent buy when it's around 70% off but I cannot honestly recommend this game at full price due to the gamebreaking bugs and unfinished content.
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104 of 135 people (77%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
6.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: February 1, 2015
Vector Thrust is an arcade dogfighting game similar to the likes of HAWX and Ace Combat but with cel-shaded graphics. Its fast paced combat combined with the hundreds of unlockable planes makes this game extremely fun but it has many flaws in its current Early Access stage. Please note, this review is structured differently due to the amount of stuff I have to talk about.

Graphics and Appearance:
The graphics and appearance of this game are a bit hit and miss (mainly miss), thankfully it doesn't subtract from how good the game is too much and hopefully these things will be fixed soon.

+The planes look absolutely awesome in the cel shaded style of the game as do enemy vehicles and turrets.
+The sky and water in this game are pretty damn beautiful (see screenshot)
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=381418871

-The textures of the maps are absolutely terrible, they are very low resolution and are particularly bad to look at when flying close to the ground. Textures of airports (because they aren't actually 3D) are also bad and look like they're just 2D images pulled from Google Earth
-Particle effects are also pretty bad, explosions created by destroyed aircraft are very small and disappear completely after two or three seconds, plane's don't have noticeable vapour trails.
-Lens flare is also bad, it's pretty much just a grey ring on your screen which really does not look nice.
-This game has no cockpit view which is absolutely ridiculous considering the type of game it is.
-Flares aren't very bright and are difficult to see.
-The game's UI is only visible when looking straight ahead.

Gameplay and Replayability:
Gameplay is where this game really excels, the combat is near perfect and with so much to do it's difficult to get bored of this game without pouring a considerable amount of time into it.

+Fast paced combat
+Many different enemy types, ranging from drones to the Stratofortress (that's a B52 for those who don't know)
+Each plane that you can fly in the game does something particularly well making different planes suited to different missions
+While the campaign is short (and pretty dull) the main game mode is 'Challenges' where you take part in different challenges, ranging from shooting down balloons with your forward mounted gun or bombing enemy tents, to unlock the literally hundreds of planes that this game has. You start off with a few of the families, such as the F-104 and as you progress through each family of planes you unlock more families to do challenges for such as the F4, F6 and F16 families.
+Vector Thrust has an incredibly powerful editor which allows you to create your own scenarios to play yourself or to share with others.

-While the game has multiplayer it's difficult to find a match unless you have friends to play it with due to multiplayer being in the beta branch and the small number of players on the game.
-Takeoffs and Landings aren't in the game (yet?).

Sound:
As with Graphics and Appearance, Sound in this game is pretty hit and miss.

+The roar of the engines on the planes is great
+The sounds of your weapons firing are good

-The voice acting is pretty awful (credit where credit's due it was just one guy using a voice changer for all of the characters in the game).
-The noise for you locking on to a target is very similar to the missle alert which can be confusing at times.

Menus, Controls and Options:

+I played with the default (slightly tweaked, we'll get to that) control scheme for an XBOX360 controller which worked great apart from the fact that it didn't have flares mapped to it which I had to do myself, apart from that I thought the controls were extremely good and the planes themselves were very responsive.
+This game has a lot of options, it has everything you would expect graphically but it also lets you choose the colours of your UI, what measurement system you would like to use and more.
+The menus are simple and easy to use.

-The menus can't be navigated using a controller.

Things Worth a Mention:

+The development team are very active in the forums which is always nice to see.

-This game contains quite a few typos/spelling mistakes which I found quite frustrating.

Verdict:
9 for fans of similar games

7 for people new to this kind of game

Despite it's flaws this is an arcade dogfighting game superior even to the HAWX series (HAWX 2 being one of my all time favourite games) BUT due to its numerous flaws this game might not be as enjoyable for people new to this type of this game (hence the two scores). Whether you're new to arcade flight simulators or you're a veteran of the HAWX or Ace Combat games I would strongly recommend this game.

El K.
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64 of 75 people (85%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: August 21, 2014
This game is fantastic, it's simply a spiritual sequel of the classic Ace Combat games that I loved to play on PS2, this game reminds me of the good times and the many hours I spent playing Ace Combat : Distant Thunder, Ace Combat : Squadron Leader and Ace Combat : The Belkan War on my PS2 a few years ago. I highly recommend Vector Thrust to all the fans of this cult saga. Congratulations to TimeSymmetry, the talented developer of this great indie game !
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