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  • Summary: In Air Conflicts: Secret Wars players can relive the most famous battles of the First and Second World War right up close. The game provides plenty of variety, as players can fly 16 meticulously detailed and accurate aircraft in nearly 50 exciting missions in the seven campaigns. The mission tasks are diverse and range from air space clearance operations to the bombardment of targets on the ground, attacks on enemy convoys and reconnaissance, escort and patrol flights. After each successful mission players can upgrade their skills to enable them to control their aircraft more expertly, make their aircraft more robust and select better co-pilots. There are two control modes for the combat aircraft: the controls are simplified in arcade mode and simulation mode offers a realistic control system that is true to the original. Besides the solo campaigns, Air Conflicts: Secret Wars can also offer several multiplayer modes for up to eight players that can be played on a local network and over the Internet. Collapse
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 14
  2. Negative: 1 out of 14
  1. Nov 8, 2011
    Kalypso Media's Air Conflicts: Secret Wars offers an arcade-style single-player mode that will appeal to the casual air combat gamer and a multiplayer component that will offer a tougher challenge to the more serious player, but only if other players actually show up.
  2. Jul 26, 2011
    The atmosphere in Air Conflicts: Secret War is transmitted properly through the famous aviators, however, the game can't point with anything other, only the multiplayer can - at present enemy – be fun.
  3. Oct 28, 2011
    After all of the dizzying, head-spinning tricks learned from playing Air Conflicts: Secret War, maybe you'll actually want to take control over real flying machines. Just don't get the idea on my Southwest flight next week. This isn't the flight simulation people will write home about, but it gets a thumbs up for trying.
  4. 60
    Not enough going on up there. [Sept 2011, p.102]
  5. Nov 15, 2011
    Air Conflicts proves that even a budget entry can be a lot of fun. If more time and resources were put into crafting it, this could have been a great arcade flying game. Unfortunately, though, the poor presentation drags down the entire experience.
  6. Oct 28, 2011
    Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is far from a bad game, but it doesn't stand out among the current slew of titles. Not to mention it is a genre that console gamers have all but forgotten. Still, if you have a love for classic dog fighting, then there may be something here for you.
  7. Aug 19, 2011
    Painfully dull gameplay. [Issue#75, p.82]

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  1. Apr 28, 2014
    what..the..hell..? a lame girl named DeeDee is the main character with no charisma, no emotional reactions and every other voice ingame sounds ALWAYS the same..the game is slow paced, boring and has no realism AT ALL, it's just a very lame arcade WWII flying not buy it, there are MANY other titles so much better than this like IL-2 birds of prey, birds of steel, heroes over europe, blazing angels, this game is just dull..BUUUUUUUT, maybe, just maybe, some more casual gamers could actually enjoy it, it's very simple to play and the slow paced gameplay makes it easy to understand and play, something that some games don't even think about and the action becomes a HUGE clusterf@#k

    If you're a casual gamer, try it, MAYBE you'll like it, if not, don't even get close to it