Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Summary
Different but still a blast to play.
While Microsoft's Games for Windows Live client is in its death rows there are many futures left uncertain, like all those GFWL infested games still out there. What becomes of them once the beast is slain?
A list has been compiled by Joystiq on what's happening with various titles by publishers and studios. The future is bright for some, not so blinding for others.
Namco Bandai is bringing the flight arcade action of Ace Combat: Assault Horizon to PC early next year, with singleplayer, co-op and online dogfights. This is the first time it takes flight on desktops.
They'll also be re-releasing Ace Combat: Assault Horizon digitally via Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. The PC version is an Enhanced Edition with controls and graphics "optimized specifically".
This week, Rayman 3 HD, Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine and Warriors Orochi 3 head the list of games hitting PlayStation Network, along with a metric ton of downloadable content for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon.
Namco Bandai has announced that some new downloadable planes will be available next week on the 29th November for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon. The DLC contains two new planes and two reskinned planes. Each of the planes must be purchased separately.
Last week saw a handful of new releases but Xbox 360 racer Forza Motorsport 4 left the rest of the UK all format chart in the dust as it launched first place.
FIFA 12 came second with sales down 62% in its third week. Just Dance 3 entered 3rd, PES 2012 5th, and Beenox's Spider-Man: Edge of Time came 39th.