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Jet de GO! Pocket (PSP)

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Jet de GO! Pocket is the third installment of Taito's flight simulation series for Sony consoles and the first one to be released on PSP. The first title in the series, Jet de GO!, was released on PlayStation in 2000 and its sequel, simply titled "Jet de GO! 2", was released on PlayStation 2 in 2002.

Just like its predecessors, the game allows the player to take the captain's chair in the cockpit of a commercial airliner making flights to and from major Japanese cities such as Tokyo, Osaka and Sapporo. The game features a variety of airplanes such as the Boeing B747, B777 and B767, different weather and daytime conditions and flight plans. The player can choose between three game modes: Flight, Trial and Replay.

Since the game is endorsed by Japan Airlines, a real world airline, it is not actually possible to "crash" an airplane. Collisions with the ground are shown in a simplified fashion where the plane simply stops once it touches down, resulting in a "Game Over" screen.

Although the game was only released in Japan, it features partially English menus.


Jet de GO! Pocket PSP Lowering the landing gear.
Jet de GO! Pocket PSP Cockpit view: press the triangle button when the symbol in the upper lefthand corner is shown and the flight attendant will make an announcement.
Jet de GO! Pocket PSP In flight: to stay on course, you have to fly through the markers.
Jet de GO! Pocket PSP The flight logbook serves as a record of the pilot's activities.

Alternate Titles

  • "Jet de GO! Pocket: Let's go by Airliner" -- Tag-lined title

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Fire Convoy (1155) added Jet de GO! Pocket (PSP) on Jun 26, 2009