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Space Ace was a great game in the 80′s and it’s a great game now. I love that this classic was taken from a 200 lb arcade machine to a hand-held device. It’s an enjoyable foray into simpler times as a child, and a great way to pass this tradition on to new generations. The style of game play won’t be for everyone, but the story is worth it. It’s well worth the $5, if not for the nostalgia alone, then also for the ability to learn the game as well as you’d like.
Space Ace surfe sur les bases de Dragon's Lair mais ne parvient pas à atteindre le même degré de qualité. Ainsi, l'action trop rapide et le design sans génie peinent à impliquer le joueur. Dommage car à côté de cela, le titre apporte quelques nouveautés bienvenues, dont la possibilité de choisir sa route.