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LETHAL SKIES

Publisher: Sammy Entertainment
Developer: Asmik Ace Entertainment, Inc.
Release Date: May 2002
Platform(s): Sony PlayStation® 2
ESRB Rating: E
Genre: Flight Combat Action
MSRP: TBA

Game Description: Adrenaline rush jet combat action with an emphasis on action - Lethal Skies thrusts players into intense aerial combat. Set in the near future, players will fly F-15's, F-16's, F/A-18's and many other cutting edge fighter jets against bombers, fighters, attack helicopters and other enemies in a progressive series of attack and defense scenarios.

Features:

  • Lightning fast-paced air combat action
  • Air-to-air and air-to-ground missions
  • Total of 13 fighters with 9 main fighters (2 imaginary) and 4 hidden fighters
  • Multiple play modes including campaign, training, and theater.
  • Multiple views
  • Experience the g-forces through force feedback controller
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