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Apache: Air Assault is a hardcore simulator that every fan of flight sims should be excited for. But, could it possibly be too hardcore? Missions will take you through windy deserts, frozen mountainsides blanketed with snow, lush green jungles and the glistening waters of the open sea. Forgoing cutscenes altogether, Apache relies on textual debriefings before each mission, which is a bit of a... Read Review

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Apache: Air Assault Takes Off This Fall

Apache: Air Assault Takes Off This Fall

Helicopters tend to get a bad rap in video games. As we're long removed from the days of Pilotwings and Desert Strike the ol' rotorcraft have been often overlooked in favor of high-speed fighter jets, or more often, as end-level bosses in first-person shooters. Well, Activision wants to change all that with Apache: Air Assault Developed by the minds at Gaijin Entertainment behind the critically-acclaimed IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey (and the incredibly horrid X-Blades, but let's forget that one), the game hopes to erase all of the misconceptions behind helicopters. But will it make you want to GET TO THE CHOPPA? Find out after the cut. Read More

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