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DS Air Screenshots



Format: Nintendo DS™
Launch Date: TBA
ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)
Game Type: Flight Simulation
Accessories: TBA
Players: 1-4 via DS Local Area Network or Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection
(planned)
Developer: Nintendo


KEY INFORMATION
Players take their elite strike fighters to the skies and hunt down a mad dictator before he
takes over the world.
• As Nintendo’s first realistic flight shooter on Nintendo DS, DS Air lets players
customize their fighters with a state-of-the-art weapon loadout.
• Send wave after wave of enemy fighters to their doom in dogfights over land, sea
and air.
• Meet a wingman for co-op play and soar to victory over Nintendo Wi-Fi
Connection.
Game storyline: After being driven from his seat of power, a vicious dictator has fled to
a remote, mountainous region to plan a military uprising. Mysteriously, the opposing
army’s forces have received reinforcements, leading to speculation that an unknown
nation is lending military assistance to the uprising. An ace pilot in an elite strike-fighter
wing has been tasked with crushing the opposition forces and returning peace to the
troubled region.

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