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Você pilota um caça supersônico de última geração, tendo de enfrentar caças inimigos e desviar de seus mísseis. O seu ponto de vista é tridimensional (sem óculos), mas você não está dentro de seu avião: ele aparece na tela, e é comandado "de fora".
In conclusion, I have to say that Tengen really outdid themselves here, which is surprising for an unlicensed company that made an incredibly bad port of Shinobi and nearly got sued to death. After Burner succeeded on a number of levels and it seems to be surprisingly hard to find for a fairly common game (in terms of production numbers) for some reason. If you're into shooters and want to look at a good version of After Burner, without a doubt check this one out, you'll be pleased.
Afterburner has plenty of flaws and isn’t going to make it on anyone’s top lists for the NES, but Tengen did a respectable job on this port. It’s also worth mentioning that this game plays better than either Top Gun offering and F-15 Strike Eagle as well, so fans of the genre or of nostalgia in general will find it worth spending at least a little while with it. Give it a try because you have nothing to lose.
The NES port of After Burner – the original arcade flight game to end all others – is hardly playable, so much so, that I could barely get through the first level. Little background information: I pride myself on never feeling sick during any sort of game whatsoever. The herky-jerkiest of first-person shooters has never made me want to spew forth into the toilet, but After Burner actually made me a little nauseous; enough to make me stop playing. Strangely, I remember playing it in the sit-down cabinet arcade as a kid and loving it; zero Gs as well as zero nauseousness. If you’re still wanting to tempt fate, here’s what you’re in for: you shoot planes and attempt to move out of the way of their projectiles. Sometimes the controls move appropriately, sometimes they don’t. The graphics are glitchy and awful and do all they can to keep you from progressing. You get three lives, you die quickly, you start all over again, tra la la, la la.