|a game by||MidNite Entertainment|
|Editor Rating:||3.5/10, based on 1 review|
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Air Cars seems to have missed the mark. The multiplayer option is cool but doesn't make up for the other problems. The graphics are far from Jaguar quality, and the game play is sluggish, making your hover tank control frustrating. And the terrain that damages you ... who thought this one up? Where's the audio? There's only music at the Title Screen! No thank you.
I'm sorry guys, but this one doesn't cut it. In an age where visuals can help a bad game out. Air Cars doesn't even have this crutch. The polygons are very plain, and there isn't even much color In, well, anything. The action is not there, and it's very easy to get wasted by the computer. The Multiplayer Mode is a nice feature, but who wants to lug another Jag. TV and buy a separate adapter?
Uh ... What is this?! Somebody please tell me this isn't a Jaguar game! Tell me I'm not playing an Atari 2600. Air Cars suffers severely from very poor graphics and not-so-special sound effects. Worse yet, the control needs heavy refinement as it's difficult to direct your movement. About the only redeeming quality is the ability to play with up to four people, which doesn't save it.
I don't like flight sims to begin with unless they're full of action like X-Wing for the PC. This has very primitive graphics and limited action. However, it does have a neat link-60 feature (if you can find another gamer with a Jaguar). Overall, it doesn't scratch the surface of the power the machine has. With a 64-Bit game system, you'd expect better looks. For desperate flight fans only!