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Problly all replay screens but I am in awe..the screens are beatifull. No aircraft fighting game has been able to match the supiority of the AC series.
Woah this one looks good. I remember playing the first Ace Combat on the PSone and enjoying it a lot. It definitely stands out in my memory because it was a unique. Many games at the time had flashy sci-fi themes like Wipeout or unrealistic gimmicky characters like Lara or Crash Bandicoot. This game took you back to basics with some fairly realistic flight sim’ing and some hardcore gun battles which were very fun. The only niggles I had with the game was with the graphics and the interface, which were both sub-par, but the graphics at least certainly look up to scratch now. I probably won't buy it, but I'd certainly get a kick out of playing an AC game once again. :wink:
Atleast someone cares about my thread..heh. I've been an on again off again fan of AC for a while. I dont remember if it ever had 2 players but that would be alot of fun.
yea this 1's graphics look very good, of course when u get close to the ground the textures are more like that of a very below avg ps game but u cant help that, well u can but lets not go there
i was never really gave ace combat a look in but i might this time around
Ace combat 4 got me into the series and have played the first ones after playing
the fourth. They are a very good series and the 5th ones looking great, one of the things they could do to improve it is make it harder. It isnt all that difficult on the hardest setting, or not as hard as it should be.
they should use a ps2 controller for the unmanned airplanes currently in service lol
Exactly what I was thinking...
Go to this site, you probably already have if youre looking forward to the game but if you havent check it out. The welcome screen is pretty cool.
ps3 Wanna be
IBM is learning how to produce more working Cell chips per batch quicker than any other chip it has previously worked on.
The company, that co-design the revolutionary Cell processor with Toshiba and Sony, has said that "yeild learning" is at its best with the Cell. What this means is that on each wafer of chips, a higher number of working chips are being produced, or in other words, there are better "yields".
Previously, it has taken much longer to achieve the same yields in the same amount of time.
This could be positive news for the manufacturing of the PlayStation 3. Analysts have suggested that poor chip yields could severely delay the launch of the PlayStation 3, and when it does eventually launch, shortages will result in demand totally outstripping supply.
However, the statement made by William Zeittler, Senior Vice President of IBM’s System & Technology Group, may be good news for manufacturers, hopefully allowing for a large number of PlayStation 3 units available in every territory. Unfortunately, the multiple other components within Sony's complex, next-generation machine also need to be taken into consideration. As Microsoft experienced with the Xbox 360, the sheer complexity of the innards of the PlayStation 3 may still delay production.
By Bhavin Shah
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GREAT work Bhav! To the point, factual, and you explain the implications well. Live!