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Savage Skies

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Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
7 customer reviews
Metascore: 56 / 100
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A flying-creature action game set in a mythological world where three sects are embroiled in a war for control of a kingdom, Savage Skies offers unique flying-creature action. The game includes over 27 missions and the ability to unlock up to 24 creatures, seven multiplayer levels, tons of hidden gameplay modes, and an original creature-based aerial combat system.

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  • ASIN: B00005YVTU
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,340 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Terrence Smith on April 2, 2002
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to fly a Pegasus, Dragon, Falcon and other mythological creatures then by all means purchase this title. Savage Skies is your basic fighter flight game with 27 missions (including secret missions), unlockable goodies as well as 24 unlockable creatures. You can choose what kingdom you want to fight on. The kingdoms consist of good, neutral and evil. Depending on what side you chose, it affects what creatures you ride and fly on in each level. The game also has a ongoing story making it interesting to play through each mission to see what happens next. It is safe to say there is plenty of replay value in the game.
The animation of the creature's wings flapping, creature design and special magical attacks are well done. Your creature can glide, land, walk, and perform special aerial maneuvers and attack using magic.
The games environments are pretty large and it is very easy to get lost even though you do have a radar system display in the upper left hand corner. At first the game's targeting system can be a bit frustrating but I did not find it to be enough of a flaw to take away from the games' overall fun factor.
BOTTOM LINE
You will love this game if you love:
Drakan: The Ancient Gates
Mythological fantasy creatures
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By 4MaskCurse on September 22, 2003
I bought this game because of the good price,and because I've been wanting to play a game like Panzer Dragon for Xbox.After having played (and been disapointed with) Dragon Rage,I didn't have my hopes set too high.But,wow,this is a pretty cool game!
Fighting for one of three kingdoms (basically good,neutral or evil) is a nice twist.Depending on who you ally with,you'll ride certain creatures.Good=mythical beasts like griffons and pegasus,Neutal= scientific mutants like flying eyeballs and Evil=
demons and undead creatures.I thought the controls were fairly easy to get the hang of;just go through training once,and you'll be a natural.The metal guitar licks made for cool music,although it can get a bit repetitive.The voice acting was more impressive though esp. when you work for Pariah (Evil).Whenever you kill a foe,it will say things like "You murderer you!.....I love it!"
There are also plenty of unlockable bonus creatures and a 2 player VS. mode
The story is very impressive and makes me wonder what the outcome will be.I guess this game has three diffrent endings? The only minor complaint I have is with the difficulty level.Although you can choose between easy,normal and difficult; the three diffrent kingdoms will ALWAYS be on a set difficulty. For example Pariah is on hard mode;so the best I can get is an easy version of the hard mode on Pariah if I'm having trouble.I didn't like that too much esp. when you are trying to complete the sidequests along with the main mission.It's tough!
All and all Savage Skies is a great game for a great price.I would recommend this to any gamer looking for treasures in the bargin bin.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Josh Breese on April 5, 2002
There are some things that make this game very good, and there are some things that make it very bad. Let's get the bad stuff out of the way.
The graphics look great, but the character models sometimes clip into the scenery; if you get to close to a mountain or tree, your wing will disappear into it instead of being affected by it. The rendered cut scenes look atrocious, the characters moving like robots rather than CG human models. If this game used the same engine as Jedi Starfighter, it would be awesome. The sound [is bad], and sometimes it's hard to understand the narrator. There are no bots in the multiplayer, and while it's really fun, there aren't a lot of modes (Vs., Time Attack, Team). The targeting is a little frustrating, as it's not always clear where your next target is. And sometimes the "aura" around the target blends with the background. But this is more of a blessing than a curse, for gamers who like a little realism, you won't find the game showing you what to shoot too often. You actually have to use your eyes and scan the skies to see where your target is. This adds some realism to the game, and is somewhat refreshing.
Which is a good segway into why this game ROCKS.
The best thing is that YOU GET TO RIDE DRAGONS AND OTHER CREATURES. The way these creatures fly is really great. For the novice, the control is easy, but for hardcore gamers, the flying and combating get's deep. You can barrel roll and loop on some, you can hover, fly backward, and dive. You can even land and walk around (sometimes a good tactic in hiding from your enemies). The way the game plays is definately the best part. The arial battles are very fun, swooping and diving to kill your target (there comes a really nice soundeffect when you splatter another creature).
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "red_ryder006" on April 6, 2002
Savage Skies is a flying creature action game. The game is mission based and allows you to choose from any one of three factions to play as in your conquest to rule the lands and the sky. The gameplay and mission structure is very reminiscent of Rogue Squadron, the StarFighter series, and the old X-wing games on the PC. Anyone into arcade style flight games will definitly enjoy this one. Casual gamers should give this one a try if they like dragons or objective based arcade flight games.
It a definitly a game for real gamers. It's very challenging and can be quite fun at times when the action heats up. There are a variety of advanced manuevers that can be learned and used. Learning these advanced manuevers made the game so much more enjoyable and helped me beat even the harder missions that I have come across. The Barrel Roll is essential to dodging incoming fire, and the hover and snap turns help out so much when the AI tries staying on your six.
The creatures are the big draw for me and might be for you as well. Each of the three campaigns features 9 creatures that can be collected and used in the various missions and each creature has different attacks and flight characteristics that are suited for specific mission types.
This game has you controlling everything from standard Dragons, flying eyeballs, winged spiders, demons, undead creatures, manta rays, and mythical creatures. The graphics are great but the sound effects are decent, the music is pretty bad but fortanately you can turn down the music volume in the options and play some of your own music in your stereo. The game is very difficult towards the end of the Pariah campaign, but there is an easy difficulty mode that you can switch to at anytime to pass spots you may get stuck in.
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