Developed by Project Aces, ACE COMBAT JOINT ASSAULT blazes onto the PSP system with edge-of-your-seat action as new aircrafts scream across the sky through multiple real-world locations including Tokyo, San Francisco, and London. An advanced enemy A.I. changes the mission flow dynamically based on decisions made within the campaign, forcing players to strategically plan their attack. A sophisticated dogfighting system, increased sense of speed and photorealistic graphics, make ACE COMBAT JOINT ASSAULT one of the most intense experiences ever on a handheld system. Take to the skies and reign supreme as a top Ace pilot in a variety of ACE COMBAT JOINT ASSAULT�S action-packed adversarial and team-based multiplayer modes via ad hoc or infrastructure. Team up with three friends to take down the forces of evil in campaign mode, featuring the specially designed Joint Assault Mission System. Players break off into two teams and simultaneously complete objectives on two separate maps. Objectives completed on one map will affect battle conditions on the other. ACE COMBAT JOINT ASSAULT also includes intense eight-player adversarial matches across a variety of locations. Strategic planning and a steady aim will be paramount to your victory as advanced aircrafts screech through the sky with only one objective in mind - taking you out of it.
Ace Combat continues to fly high as 2011 approaches. Ace Combat 6 is still one of the more popular Xbox 360 titles out there, and the newly announced Ace Combat: Assault Horizon is looking very promising, despite the all-too-brief teaser trailer. In the middle, we have another aerial outing for the PSP, Ace Combat: Joint Assault, a game that features a much-requested new feature that lets you play alongside your friends, squadron style. It’s just too bad it didn’t bring that same level of freshness to the rest of the game.In Joint Assault, you’ll tackle a campaign mode that has you performing a number of outlandish tasks that are better left for, say, the Rebel Alliance. You’ll attack everything from cargo planes to ground cannons to flying fortresses (apparently, today’s technology... Read Review