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Official 'Aces of World War I' Web Site Goes Live

by Rainier on Aug. 19, 2002 @ 9:31 p.m. PDT

Aces of World War I, the ultimate flight simulation meets action combat PC game, fully immerses gamers into the heat of World War I combat. Assuming the identity of Edward Rickenbacker, a great American ace, players are challenged to hold their ground against the most lethal German flyers of the Great War. Flying in one of six authentically rendered planes, players must successfully combat all of the opposing ground, air and sea German forces if they intend to win the war victoriously. Check out the Aces of World War I site for yourself. There you'll find all sorts of in-game details, plane and in-game images and a game trailer. We have a local mirror for the trailer so "read more" for links ...

Grab the Aces Of World War I trailer off Worthplaying (1.4mb/divx)

You can find the official website HERE

Key Game Features Include:

  • 3 combat intensive gameplay modes: Career, Training and Multiplayer Network
  • Over 40 missions all with various levels of difficulty and facing such obstacles as enemy bombardments, convoy attacks and even anti-Allied submarines
  • Force Feedback support ­ feel the wind, the vibrations of machine guns and bullets hitting your aircraft
  • Over 1000 km of field action filled with changing weather factors determining both the visibility and maneuverability allowed of your aircraft

Aces of World War I is plain and simple find em¹ and then shoot em¹ up style fun. Click the link below and check out the Aces of World War I site for
yourself. There you¹ll find all sorts of in-game details, plane and in-game images and a game trailer.

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