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Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge

Platform(s): Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
Developer: FASA Studio
Release Date: Oct. 21, 2003 (US), Oct. 31, 2003 (EU)


'Crimson Skies: High Road To Revenge' - Facts & Screens

by Thomas on April 16, 2002 @ 10:55 a.m. PDT

Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge combines thrilling aerial combat with the swashbuckling style of a Hollywood action-adventure movie. Set in an alternate 1930s world of gunship diplomacy and sinister intrigue, Crimson Skies lets you pilot powerful aircraft against nefarious air pirates and behemoth war zeppelins.


Live the legend of Crimson Skies – Become the legendary Nathan Zachary and take off on a highflying adventure, filled with daring escapes and damsels in distress.

Environments that serve as weapons – Use surrounding in-world structures to great advantage. Trigger landslides, collapse water towers and bridges or fly through “danger zones” to destroy or avoid fast approaching enemies.

Fully-loaded aerial hotrods - Pilot 10 war planes armed to the teeth with napalm missiles, magnetic grapples, and sandstorm cannons. Swoop and dive to elude bogeys just itching to take down the good guys.

Multiplayer madness – Dogfight enemy aircraft in four person split screen multi-player mode. Fly solo or with a squadron against human and AI opponents.

Secrets in the skies – Swoop high and low in a search for stunt zones, which uncover bonus weapons and more.

Flight school not required – Command the air with ease in the true spirit of combat flying. Gameplay focuses on the art of dog fighting, not the science of flying.

Availability: Holiday 2002

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