AirForce Delta Strike User Reviews
Airforce Delta Strike, also known as Airforce Delta: Blue Wing Knights, is Konami's third foray into the flight combat genre. Ironically similar to the old Soviet war doctrine, Airforce Delta Strike pushes quantity over quality. It has more aircraft, more missions, more characters, and more radio chatter than any other game in its genre. The problem with AFDS, however, is the same as the problem with most Russian military hardware: It's a nice concept and looks good on paper, but it just doesn't stack up against the competition in a real fight.
The first thing you'll notice a...
Massive variety of planes...The bad:
...few of which seem to break the 55mph barrierSummary:
I usually have a hard time falling asleep on long flights. But i really did conk out during one of Delta Strike's many dull, virtual-lullaby cinema sequences. The game's makers added these sci-fi soap-opera interludes--which star 20 barely animated characters who fight, flirt, and ramble on about government factions--to spice up the series' air combat. But the plot takes tremendous effort to comprehend, and it doesn't help that characters continue to gossip like an old ladies' sewing circle while you're flying missions, when you're too busy busting targets and dodging missiles to pay attent...