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Stealth ATF

Stealth ATF (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Simulation, Flight
Developer: Imagineering Inc.


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Stealth ATF review

Reviewed October 07, 2004

woodhouse says: "Stealth ATF certainly seemed to be on the cutting edge of world events. Dropped on the public shortly before the first American conflict with Iraq, the gameís opening level occurs over the parched landscape of the Middle East. Quickly, though, youíre asked to expand your efforts to encompass a global theater. Who are you fighting, and more important, why? Itís not your job to ask questions, soldier! Your one and only duty as a highly trained combat pilot involves shooting down all ..."
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