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Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation (2007)

Ace Combat 6: Kaihô heno senka (original title)




Cast overview, first billed only:
AWACS Ghost Eye (voice)
Aircraft Launching Announcer / Captured Emmerian Pilot / Additional Voices (voice)
DJ Zed Waters (voice)
Debriefing / Mission Briefing (voice)
Ilya Pasternak (voice)
Paul St. Peter ...
Ludmila Tolstaya (voice)
Marcus Lampert (voice)
Melissa Herman (voice)
Michael Lindsay ...
Sergeant Donnie Torch (voice)
Sergeant Louis McKnight / Additional Voices (voice)
Stephen McCarthy / Additional Voices (voice)
Toscha Mijasik (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)


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23 October 2007 (USA)  »

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This is the first Ace Combat video game series to carry a Japanese subtitle in the game logo for the original Japanese version. All the previous Ace Combat series had the game logo's subtitles in complete English for the Japanese versions. This is also the first Ace Combat game to be exclusive for the Xbox 360. See more »


Lt. Colonel Victor Voychek: Calling all Strigon planes. Gracemeria shall be ours for the taking!
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Follows Ace Combat 2 (1997) See more »


A Brand New Day
Performed by Trinity Boys Choir, SIF 309 - Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra
Composer: Keiki Kobayashi
Lyricist: Sam Riegel
Conductor & Orchestrator: Youki Yamamoto
Recording & Mixing Engineer: Matt Howe
DAW Engineer, Sofia: Vladislav Boyadjiev
Technicians, Sofia: Todor Mirchev, Sava Lafsov, Marin Marinov, Valentin Yordanov
Orchestra Manager: Elena Chouchkova
Production Manager: Asen Kanchev
Assistant Engineer Phoenix Sound: Dave Moore
Choir Director: David Swinson
Music Preparation: STUDIO Old Theatre 3, UK, Naomi Suzuki
Orchestra Producers: Youki Yamamoto, Matt Howe
Orchestra Recording Studio: Studio1 - Bulgarian National Radio, Bulgeria
Choir Recording Studio: Phoenix Sound Studio, UK, STUDIO Old Theatre 3, UK
Mixing Studio: 'STUDIO Old Theatre 3, UK
Localization: Austin Keys, Emi Takeuchi, James Vance, Taiki Homma
Recording Support: Faith Inc.
Recording Coordinators: Toshio Shimizu, Akihiko Sawamura
Recording Producer: Keiki Kobayashi
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Breathtakingly realistic
1 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

I'm not such a big fan of all these flight sim games and was a bit weary of tackling Ace Combat 6, but I needn't worry. It's not really about getting all of the technical controls accurate as much as it's about ACTION! As the first of the Ace Combat games to be released on a next-gen console, Atari have certainly given their best effort at using the XBOX 360 to the max.

I'm not the best when it comes to controlling games but the gradual increasing complexity of the game eases you into it nicely. But less about that and more about the graphics. Though far from being an avid video-gamer, I have been playing video games since the mid-80s and it's no exaggeration to say that Ace Combat 6 literally has the BEST graphics I have ever seen. They are so incredibly photo-realistic that you'll think you're actually in control of a real fighter plane.

Most of the aircraft are actual licensed fighter planes though there aren't as many to choose from this time around. The stunning environments and landscapes are so gorgeous and believable you'd be forgiven that they are lifted from Google earth (albeit an extremely high-resolution Google Earth). It's the kind of game where simply flying around and buzzing over the mountains and oceans is its own kind of fun. In some ways I wish I had my own plane so I could soar into the heavens like I did with this game. Terrific escapism indeed.

But this game isn't actually set on Earth. To avoid any serious political subtext (I assume) the good guys in the game are from a country called Emmeria, where all is well and happy and the bad guys from from Estovakia. At the risk of sounding xenophobic, Estovakia is where evil comes from. The good guys refer to them as 'Stovies' but here in Scotland that word means 'Corned Beef Hash'. So that is quite funny for me.

I can't play online, as I don't have that capability. But the single player is splendid on it's own. With great graphics, impressive visual effects, an awesome sound design and a thumpingly good score (where is the CD?), what more could you want from a game? Be nice to your XBOX and buy it some eye candy.

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