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DescriptionHeatseeker is an arcade aerial blaster in which the player flies nearly 40 fully-licensed modern jet fighters at supersonic speeds, firing huge numbers of missiles at vast numbers of enemy planes, tanks, ships, cruise missiles and anything else that looks in need of being taught a lesson. It features the ImpactCam, which lets you watch the effects of your destruction up close and personal, avoiding the long-distance 'blip killing' often found in other flight games.

Players take on the role of a pilot part of the International Council. A dictator has launched a terrorist attack and the pilot is part of the response to fight airborne enemies. Missions take place on locations all over the world.

Heatseeker's arcade presentation includes infinite ammo, huge kill counts, a colourful, saturated look, over-the-top characters and scenarios, and lingering, low-lit close-ups of exotic machinery.

In the Wii version, players can use physical movements to control the aircraft. The plane can either be steered using the Wii remote as a pointer, or with the Nunchuk as a flight stick.

The PSP version has no voice-overs, only text. At the same time, it is the only version to support multiplayer games, up to 4 players in 4 modes: Dogfight, Team Dogfight, Base vs Base, Fox & Hounds, and Last Man Flying.

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<i>Heatseeker</i> is an arcade aerial blaster in which the player flies nearly 40 fully-licensed modern jet fighters at supersonic speeds, firing huge numbers of missiles at vast numbers of enemy planes, tanks, ships, cruise missiles and anything else that looks in need of being taught a lesson. It features the ImpactCam, which lets you watch the effects of your destruction up close and personal, avoiding the long-distance 'blip killing' often found in other flight games.¶

Players take on the role of a pilot part of the International Council. A dictator has launched a terrorist attack and the pilot is part of the response to fight airborne enemies. Missions take place on locations all over the world.¶

Heatseeker's arcade presentation includes infinite ammo, huge kill counts, a colourful, saturated look, over-the-top characters and scenarios, and lingering, low-lit close-ups of exotic machinery.¶

In the Wii version, players can use physical movements to control the aircraft. The plane can either be steered using the Wii remote as a pointer, or with the Nunchuk as a flight stick.
Description
<i>Heatseeker</i> is an arcade aerial blaster in which the player flies nearly 40 fully-licensed modern jet fighters at supersonic speeds, firing huge numbers of missiles at vast numbers of enemy planes, tanks, ships, cruise missiles and anything else that looks in need of being taught a lesson. It features the ImpactCam, which lets you watch the effects of your destruction up close and personal, avoiding the long-distance 'blip killing' often found in other flight games.¶

Players take on the role of a pilot part of the International Council. A dictator has launched a terrorist attack and the pilot is part of the response to fight airborne enemies. Missions take place on locations all over the world.¶

Heatseeker's arcade presentation includes infinite ammo, huge kill counts, a colourful, saturated look, over-the-top characters and scenarios, and lingering, low-lit close-ups of exotic machinery.¶

In the Wii version, players can use physical movements to control the aircraft. The plane can either be steered using the Wii remote as a pointer, or with the Nunchuk as a flight stick.¶

The PSP version has no voice-overs, only text. At the same time, it is the only version to support multiplayer games, up to 4 players in 4 modes: Dogfight, Team Dogfight, Base vs Base, Fox & Hounds, and Last Man Flying.

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view changes 2 Jul 01, 2007 Game Description Rachel Topp (71) Approved edit
view changes 1 Jun 03, 2007 Game Description Sciere (568535) Approved edit