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Lethal Skies II ( for PS2 )

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
3.6 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
Metascore: 73 / 100
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  • The war between the World Alliance and the World Order Reorganization Front has the world a very dangerous place. You'll fly cutting-edge jet fighters to keep that violence from spreading into the blue skies.
  • Play through over 20 difficult missions where you'll do everything from hunt submarines to get into dogfights
  • Enjoy super-detailed jet models, amazing new lighting effects, and graphically rich environments as you complete your missions
  • New split-screen i.Link and 2-player modes with interactive 3D battle maps
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Product Description

Product Description

Hunt down submarines and dogfight with enemy pilots in this gorgeously detailed, high-speed flight simulator.

From the Manufacturer

A year-long global war between the World Alliance and the World Order Reorganization Front has ended with planet Earth in peril. As a result of resentment and distrust, the World Alliance has begun to split and the seeds for a new global war are being planted. Nowhere is safe, not even the skies.

Features:

New planes, new missions, new features... and a vicious new enemy!!

  • A graphic leap from the original, with super-detailed jet models, amazing light effects, and graphically rich environments
  • 20 missions that put the player in command of an Air Force amidst an epic war, with unlockable campaigns that lets players switch roles and become the enemy
  • Fly modern-day, super-advanced, and even experimental jets. Seven new planes give you access to 19 of the world's most devastating fighter planes.
  • Futuristic premise and the greatest array of war machines ever amassed, including jets, bombers, helicopters, tanks, ships, submarines, hovercraft, battle-mechs, attack satellites, flying fortresses, transforming bases, and more!!

Big Feature Payload

  • All-new, 2-player mode with split-screen or using iLink
  • Dynamic camera, with five different third-person, first-person, and in-cockpit views
  • Wingmen command before and during missions
  • Fully customizable planes and ordinance, interactive 3D battle maps, movie archives, unlockable art galleries, and more!

Product Information

ASIN B00009YXDG
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #17,439 in videogames
#357 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation 2 > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Media: Video Game

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Although I have only played through the first few levels of "Lethal Skies 2", I thought I should review it since no one else has at this time. The graphics are a notch below what they should be, especially since "Ace Combat 4" came out 2 years ago, and it still looks better than this game. The planes themselves look somewhat choppy, and the levels are lacking detail badly. The music, though you can choose the track before you play a level, is all generic rock that gets on your nerves fast. (There are 25 tracks or so to choose from and I could tolerate only a few.)
Now on to the gameplay and control...which needs help too. If you are familiar with "Ace Combat" controls, this game will not feel as tight. You dont really get a solid feel/control of the plane, thus making it more difficult to dogfight than it should be. The missle targeting system is flawed, where once you launch a missle it automatically locks off the target, and in order to fire that second missle (to complete the kill), you must lock on again.
For those of us expecting "Ace Combat" quality out of this game you might be a little dissappointed like me. But if you need a new jet fighter game, get this game but dont expect to be thrilled.
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Leathal Skies II may not beat to Ace Combat 4 (Its only real competition) on the graphics front, but it has it in every other aspect. I own both games, and got bored of Ace Combat 4 within two hours. I'm still playing Leathal Skies.

This game has very realistic flight patterns, and you just can't do anything that's physically impossible. Your payload (missles, et cetera) is also realistic. You can actually see your missles in the replays, and when you launch a missle, it is gone. You see it depart from your wing, and when you see your plane next, the missle is gone! Let's see Ace Combat compare to that. (With its 52 missles in 3 cubic feet)

Even on the graphics front I am liking it. It has georgious landscapes, although they do get a little sketchy if you're too low to the ground (id est, about to crash) The plane graphics and HUD are superior to Ace Combat 4.

And now for the best part, the gameplay! Wheras with Ace Combat, you can practically beat it with your eyes closed, and it gets very boring as a consequence, in Leathal Skies I'm finding it hard to get past the 4th level! And that's on easy! I can almost gaurentee that you will only stop playing if you are stuck, not bored.

It has a nice little plotline, and although you as a pilot don't have a uniqe personality, your wingman (and wingwoman) do. They don't just send you on some randome arse mission, you are actually sent there for a reason, and that reason is explained.

However, due to its dificulty curve, I would recomend Ace Combat 4 to any gamers who outright stink at games. But if you're average or above, this is probably the game for you.
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A Kid's Review on May 10, 2012
Gameplay: 6/10
The controls are very similar to those of Ace Combat, but the aircraft are jerky and difficult to stabilize. Missiles can't be fired without locking on first, eradicating some of the realism. Additionally, although others have said that the payload is far more realistic, the weapons provided to some aircraft can't be carried in real life, such as the F-14D carrying AGM-88s. Another example of unrealistic payload is the amount carried. For example, the AV8B can carry up to 17 AGM-65s. This is far to many for the fighter to actually carry.

Storyline: 2/10
This game has virtually no story. All it says is that earth has been devastated by natural disasters in an unspecified year. The locations all blur together as well.

Characters: 1/10
The only difference between characters is speech. Grace is annoying and whiny, Matt is like Chopper (in personality and voice) from Ace Combat 5, Nagumo is the best although too (personality-wise) deep, Bernard is virtually pointless, and Rita is quite a wonderful military pilot although lacking in personality.

Graphics: 4/10

The graphics are somewhat decent, but could be better. However, this is not a major point for me.

Action: 8/10

The best part of this game was the action, and that was executed well.

Difficulty: 6/10

Some levels of this game are exceptionally easy while others are unnecessarily hard.

Soundtrack: 3/10

Only the OST for the last song was decent.

Conclusion: Mediocre. For a better combat flight simulator, play Ace Combat.
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Unlike 'Ace Combat 4', the graphics for the story-line was Very-Good! The Arial Graphics were Good/Very Good! The Challenges in each Stages, were well planned and worth-well playing! The Fighter Designs/Lay-outs were Good, but not Great. Actually, almost better than 'Ace Combat 4', almost! The Best Graphics I have seen so far is 'Ace Combat 5'! 'Lethal Skies II', comes close.
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