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  • Summary: Engage in the ultimate World War I arcade flight-shooter Red Baron®Arcade. Grab the flight stick of 20 historic WWI planes and battle countless enemies including huge zeppelins, powerful battleships and authentic WWI aircraft in over 36 varied levels. Fight against intense computer AI in theEngage in the ultimate World War I arcade flight-shooter Red Baron®Arcade. Grab the flight stick of 20 historic WWI planes and battle countless enemies including huge zeppelins, powerful battleships and authentic WWI aircraft in over 36 varied levels. Fight against intense computer AI in the single player missions or wage war against 7 other aspiring "Aces" online. [SCEA] Collapse
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    As it stands, this game might be the worst $10 you can spend on the PSN right now. It's a lifeless, joyless abomination of its namesake and isn't worth the price or time it takes to download.
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  1. Z9000
    Mar 25, 2009
    9
    Just when I thought my disrespect for IGN couldn't drop lower... Ok, let's look at a bit of gaming history since there are quite aJust when I thought my disrespect for IGN couldn't drop lower... Ok, let's look at a bit of gaming history since there are quite a few wet behind the ear "reviewers" out there that want to quote things in biblical style. First of all, Sierra Online Network had Red Baron on it's service. It was a very trimmed down version of this game played on a 2400 baud modem. You paid something like 50 bucks for 30-40 hours of time to play the various games on their service. This game is amazingly well done compared to it's true predecessor. It's arcade WW1 flying with multiple objectives and barrows a bit from Warhawk. It's just the kind of TEN DOLLAR game people who want to hop in a plane and shoot their buddies would like. If you want a full fledged WW1 flight sim, well, go load up Red Baron 3D. Stop comparing a $10 hop in and play game to a major $60 full bells and whistles development effort. I played every single Red Baron ever made and I remember the half hour flying around staring at a map unless you compressed time. Do us all a favor and get some nookie before your next review. Expand