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Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
3.9 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • Singleplayer and co-op (2-4 players) campaign with 16 story-driven missions.
  • Set in the fictional middle-east country of Azbaristan, players are part of an American fighter squadron in the middle of a civil war.
  • 30 officially licensed fighter jets, recreated for the game in full detail.
  • Theatre of war of. 65,000 square kilometres and varied areas, including cities, mountains & deserts.
  • Multiplayer mode for up to 16 players.
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • Media: Video Game

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B005GUPQI0
  • Release Date: 9 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,890 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:Xbox 360

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Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters

Manufacturer's Description

Jane’s Advance Strike Fighters is set in the fictional country of Azbaristan. The once great nation has been torn apart by a decade of civil war.

The ten year war resulted in huge territorial gains for the Northern Peoples Republicand their controlling political party. This gave them control of almost the entire country, except the oil-rich province in the South.

The southern Azbaristan Democratic Front has only managed to hold off the North with the aid of the West, which supplies military and logistical aid to the tiny state in return for oil exports. Players will assume the role of squadron leader Razor and lead the fight to reunify Azbaristan and protect the West’s vital interests.

J.A.S.F is an intense modern flight sim featuring 16 epic story based missions that will take air combat to the next level. Engage enemies using 30 authentic licensed fighters as you battle over expansive battlefields.


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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I'll start by saying ignore the 'Jane's' in the title, because by using that brand you would think it would be full of real (by which I mean accurate) aircraft, weapons and tactics. Sadly everything is a poor imitation, 'cobra' for sidewinder etc, and the aircraft all handle the same, with A10's capable of supersonic speed but with little armour, whilst an F4 Phantom can outmaneuver a Su30. The models are good, and scenery is fantastic, but it doesn't match to old ace combat 6.

Hat's off to the Flying Tigers-esq story of the US sending secret assistance to a struggling rebel nation against nasty Soviet oppressors, but it's let down by the ridiculous objectives. For example several missions start well with you playing 'wild weasel' with enemy SAMs and AAA, knocking out radar sites and fighter patrols, and then after all that enjoyable stuff it's 'wipe out an entire naval fleet' or 'take down an entire nuclear power station' completely on your own. You have no wingmen, no support apart from the odd random friendly SAM site, so the fact that you're a squadron leader is irrelevant. The voice acting isn't bad, and the pilot you play as seems suitably sceptical of his part in the war, the overtly sterotypical oil-greedy West, and the questionable rebels he's helping. To be honest, all of the missions feel a bit like you're rogue, like you're doing something you shouldn't be, and most of the time wondering why you can't just take your F22 and leave Azbaristan for good.

JASF seems to fall into the same pattern as Assault Horizon and Hawx2, where the developers completely miss the point of what makes the modern air combat games good. Air-to air combat needs to be fast and with a mix of long distance missile and short range gun battles, without fancy 'dogfight mode'.
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This game is a blatant rip off of the early Ace Combat games and is great fun because of that. If Assault Horizon is worth on average 3 stars, this is worth 4. At least it doesn't feel like the Emperor's New Afterburner. The selection of jets is quite curious, as some favourites like the F-15, Tornado, MiG-25 and Su-27 aren't present. An innovation that impressed me was the use of Thrust Vectoring. It may not have been implemented as well as it should have, but it's amusing, all the same, especially when you're heading to the ground at top speed and pull off what would be an aircraft shattering manoeuvre. For it to have a Jane's license and not actually follow the stats of real life is pretty much unforgiveable, like the 1500mph A-10 which has amongst the worst armour rating in the game! If you were massively disappointed by Assault Horizon, like combat jets and hanker for the good old days of Ace Combat, you may well get some enjoyment from this game, as I did. It is incredibly short and only takes up 1.2gb of memory, so perhaps should have been released on XBLA, instead. Finally, the scenery is actually convincing, not some flat, cardboard like environments. Burn your copy of Assault Horizon and get this to replace it.
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As i said in the header, this game may be a little known one, but its pretty good as flight games go. I actually prefer it to Hawx. like jawx, its has up to four player Co-Op for the campaign which i live. Its just a pity its hard to find someone to play with, as it doesn't have a matchmaking or jump in feature. You literally have to wait in the lobby to see if someone comes in, & because this is a little known game, you could be waiting a veeeeery long time. Best if you have a friend that has the game to play in Co-Op. Another problem is, is that if you don't have any Co-Op wing men, they are not replaced with AI, so you have to do the missions on your own, which can be tough.

otherwise though, its definately one of the better action flight combat games on console. The rolling terrain looks brilliant & is very smooth, & looks very dense & satisfying when your hugging the terrain. Plenty of missions too.
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For under £10, what can you expect, from other peoples comments I did not expect too much, but it was better than I hoped.
Some levels are so easy (on normal setting) others are difficult and give me hours of fun trying to complete.
The game does appear to have some technical issues and hangs its self, but now being half way through the game, they appear to unhang themselves if you leave it for a minute or two. My X-box is less than a year old and this is the only game that it happens in.
The planes handle well and are fun which is what a game is meant to be like, however the planes do not appear to handle too differently from each other, so far I have only found one that is different & thats down to the speed it can go.
Overall. great value for money (~£10)
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I grew up playing the ace combat series and since then I have always loved aircraft games. However, this game is no where near that calibre. I feel like this game is unfinished in many ways. The control to change camera view does not work and a lot of the time the game will freeze or crash. People have said that the story line was good but I didn't find that good either. I don't want to sound like an ace combat fanboy but even without having played the ace combat games, this game would still be awful.
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