Fast pace cellshading flying action. Soar the skies as you take on the most vicious enemies above the ground. Experience an airborne adventure in an all new art style that will take you to something different and exciting. With the possibility to add just about anything you can imagine into the game, the sky it's not the limit. It's just the beginning.

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Nergal01
Nergal01

Now that reminds me.....

destructible chimneys/smokestacks plz (Ace Combat 3 reference)

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☦BalkanB☢y☦
☦BalkanB☢y☦

Mission fragile cargo, ah I didn't need this feel right now...
Yes please do this for the sake of the old times!

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SpootKnight
SpootKnight

First the roads, and now the city itself. The night scene is rapidly improving.

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キレックス
キレックス

Will buildings be a mixture of flat texture and 3D buildings, PS1 Ace Combat style or will they be fully 3D, from every outhouse to detached house and so on?

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ideLOLog
ideLOLog

Probably, the first.

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szboudreau01
szboudreau01

Is everyone not caring about the bombers?

I know they're already on the forums, but wouldn't everyone who's not on there be like "OMFG BOMRARS"

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SuperHunterX
SuperHunterX

That's ONE beautiful sight there!

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azaptyE
azaptyE

Dresden, the city of Hoffnung.

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The Cerin Alliance's economic might has transformed the sleepy town of Xiemenkou into a bustling industrial powerhouse. Cerin Force Application works closely with the Chuwai military to maintain the peace.

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Retired by Albarn by the late 1980s, the SBA-21 still finds use in many other nations' air forces, either in exported airframes or unlicensed reproductions.

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