In Zero Shiki Kanjou Sentouki you take control of 40 different types of aircraft in an attempt to change the course of events. Avoid enemy fire, bomb enemy ships and attack enemy fighters, and then watch the replays of your heroic actions just as if you were part of a war blockbuster. And for some real dogfight action you can try shooting your pals out of the sky in the great VS mode, or you can let them be your wingmen in the cooperative mode.
Zero Shiki Kanjou Sentouki Ni is the follow up to Aces of War, and is once again a WW2 fighter flight sim set in the Pacific Theater which offers a series of 'what if?' scenarios. The gameplay is much the same as before, but with a greater volume of content; maps are larger and more detailed, and there are now 35 missions and 60 different planes to choose from. New in this installment is a 2-player cooperative mode, and it is also possible to engage in large-scale dogfights with up to 80 combatants involved.
Zero Pilot - Daisanji Sekai Taisen 1946 is a Simulation game, developed by Marionette and published by Global A. Introducing a virtual war record about World War II and flight shooting where you can enjoy the story of World War III that erupts. Not only the famous aircraft of the Japanese Navy Army and the German Air Force, but also US, British, Italian, Russian, and French fighters have appeared. 'Campaign mode' where you can select either 'Japan' or 'Germany' to clear the mission, 'Free mission mode' where you can change the settings of each mission played in the campaign mode, etc. A new historical curtain opens in the sky!
The war has moved to the toughest theatre of conflict: the fight for control of the Pacific. In WWII - Battle Over the Pacific, you are the free world's only chance at turning the tide and reclaiming the Pacific for the Allied Nations. Push your piloting skill to the limit against a vicious enemy armed with a vast array of tanks, planes and battleships. The free world is depending on you!
WWE SmackDown vs RAW 2008 featuring ECW is the ninth edition of the long-running WWE SmackDown vs. Raw (later renamed to WWE) game series based on the professional wrestling promotion World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Each wrestler now has two fighting style categories, one primary and one secondary. Each fighting style has its advantages and disadvantages in each particular match type. There are eight styles altogether: high-flyer, hardcore, submission art, powerhouse, showman, brawler, dirty and technical. In addition, creative manager of THQ Cory Ledesma stated early in production that he planned on having numerous wrestler animations redone.
WWE SmackDown vs RAW 2008 featuring ECW (M5) lets players take the fight into their own hands with the debut of Superstar Fighting Styles. The game features eight unique styles, each having its own strategy and exclusive attributes. A brand new Struggle Submission System gives players intuitive and natural control over their WWE Superstars by using the game's popular analog controls. Realism and strategy are at the forefront, as players now control the amount of pressure they apply to their opponents.
WWE SmackDown vs RAW 2006 is the sequel to 2004's WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw and was succeeded by WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 in 2006. The main focus of the game is to bring more realism and authenticity to the series with many new features, breaking away from the arcade-like gameplay that earlier games in the SmackDown! series possessed. As well as the addition of the new Buried Alive and Fulfill Your Fantasy matches, the game also included two new modes: General Manager and Create-An-Entrance.
WWE wrestling action returns in WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006. WWE SmackDown vs RAW 2006 now includes momentum and stamina systems to make matches feel more authentic and require more strategy. You can play through an expanded season mode that provides two full seasons without story repetition. The game also features 100 different match types, a 3D locker room, and new wrestlers.
This installment of the Smackdown series continues the Smackdown vs. Raw era, which now uses a yearly date in the title, similarly to other sports titles. WWE SmackDown vs RAW 2006 (M5) includes an updated roster of wrestlers, as well as many classic superstars like Bret Hart or British Bulldog. It also includes many new arenas from recent Pay-Per-Views, as well as a classic arena from Wrestlemania 9. A new recorded dialogue for many of the wrestlers is featured in the storyline, as the player goes through many different plots in the Season Mode, chasing the championship belts.
WWE SmackDown vs RAW 2009 featuring ECW is based on the professional wrestling promotion, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), and is named after the promotion's two brands, Raw and SmackDown. The game introduced a few key new features including the Inferno match, a revamped tag team match, and four new game modes: Create-a-Finisher, Road to WrestleMania, Career and multiplayer season.