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AeroFighters Assault

AeroFighters Assault (N64) game cover art
Platform: Nintendo 64
Tags: Simulation, Flight
Developer: Paradigm Entertainment
AKA: Sonic Wings Assault (JP)

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AeroFighters Assault review

Reviewed July 30, 2008

dagoss says: "Given that its developer is Paradigm, the company responsible for Pilotwings 64, it would be reasonable to expect Aero Fighters: Assault to do things like be competent and not suck. We're just trading a hang glider for an F14; how different can these games possibly be? It's still a flight sim, and Paradigm has proven that they have the skill for such a thing, so what could possibly go wrong? "
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Tags: Simulation, Flight
Release Date: September, 1996 (North America)

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