• Publisher: Sega
  • Release Date: Mar 20, 2007
After Burner: Black Falcon Image
Metascore
73

Mixed or average reviews - based on 30 Critics

User Score
6.6

Mixed or average reviews- based on 7 Ratings

Summary: The first arcade-style flight combat title exclusively for the PSP system, combining intensive air combat with a multitude of explosions that allow gamers to relive the experience of the classic After Burner arcade game. In addition to the in-depth customization of 19 officially licensed military planes, gamers can compete against friends via ad-hoc in a variety of multiplayer modes, and for the first time ever, fly solo in a story-rich single-player campaign. A terrorist cell called Black Falcon has infiltrated a top-secret CIA facility, escaping with 13 fighter jets. As a member of a highly classified military group, players must to do whatever is necessary to retrieve these fighter planes before they are sold to other terrorist cells. Utilizing an assortment of hi-tech planes such as the F-14D Tomcat, F-15E Strike Eagle, and F-22 Raptor, players engage in high-speed aerial combat as they dogfight their way through dangerous terrain to seek and destroy all terrorist targets. After Burner: Black Falcon takes flight with intense arcade-style air combat, where gamers fly at maximum speeds using high-powered weapons to destroy land and air-based enemies. With the robust customization, players can arm each military jet with an array of weapons, design customized aircrafts, and improve performance by installing a variety of engine components for faster, more maneuverable fighter planes. Players are also be able to acquire various weapons and aircraft by defeating squadrons of enemies and special bosses. [Sega]
Rating: T
Official Site: http://www.sega.com/games/game_temp.php?game=afterburner&lid=gp_afterburner&lpos=nav_pldwnlst
Developer: Planet Moon Studios
Genre(s): Modern Jet
Number of Players:1-4 Players
ESRB Descriptors:Mild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Use of Tobacco, Violence
Offline Modes:Competitive, Cooperative
Cast Credit
Hong Park Programming
Bob Stevenson Executive Producer
Ken Capelli Art Director
Ryan Kaufman Project Lead / Lead Designer
Trevor Grimshaw Lead Artist
Richard Sun Lead Programmer
Daniel Seiberling Art
Kevin Wright Animation Director
Nate Schaumberg Producer
Jon Bodenshot Art
Eubank Wang Programming
Denis Renshaw Art
Luke Zulauf Programming
Jason Earp Programming
Matt Sammons Lead Level Designer
Steve Royer Art
Eric Kozlowski Art
Jon Newberry Art
Raven Alef Technical Artist / VFX Artist
Rob Mouck Graphic Design Director
Lisa Swart Art Manager
Brian Harris Level Design
Brian Harris Level Design
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