The recent blog, Peace in the Era of Call of Duty really made me think about war games that dig deeper than simply a kill streak reward. The first game that came to mind was Spec-Ops: The Line and although I haven’t played it, I began to wonder if it did the war genre as...
Fly a World War I bi-plane, and experience aerial combat in its purest form. No jets, no computers, no heat-seeking missiles - just the wind in your struts and blazing machine-guns!
Red Ace Squadron is the follow-up to the best-selling Master Of The Skies: The Red Ace. You won't need to learn complex key commands or read a huge manual to play - your plane is controlled solely by the mouse and a few other keys.
Play for either the Allied or Central Powers forces across 14 new single-player missions, or take on human opponents in the all-new Multiplayer mode. Whether you choose to play online or alone, Red Ace Squadron is the ultimate propellor-driven dogfighting experience.