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Top Gun - GameCube

Platform : GameCube
Rated: Everyone

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  • Platform: GameCube
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00006599V
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.7 x 1.5 cm
  • Release Date: Oct. 25 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,046 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Top Gun Combat Zones [GameCube] For the GameCube

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With 36 different missions, including academy tutorial, Top Gun lets you experience every situation jet-fighter pilots can put themselves through, including high altitude dogfights, low-flying blitz attacks, and civil rescues. You will have to fight against dozens of different airborne and ground-based enemy vehicles to prove yourself worthy of your pilot rank. There are 36 different missions set over three distinct periods of time. You will master the Navy's top five planes and try to unlock the three bonus planes. Locations include Southeast Asia, Gulf States, the Arctic Circle, and Miramar Base, each with numerous landscapes, cities, sea, oil rigs, and arctic and desert zones. There are very detailed graphics, especially in low-level flying combat.

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By L. Gercken on Aug. 31 2003
I am fourteen years old and I absoulutely LOVE this game. There are eight different planes( actually, one of them is a helicopter, and I haven't unlocked that yet), all with great piloting. There are four different piloting controls, #3 being most like flying a REAL plane. The graphics are VERY realistic. If you get close enough to the ground and fire, you can hear your rounds pinging off the ground. GREAT graphics; on some levels with water you can see ripples in the water when you fire. I don't know if this is with EVERY game, but somehow my game has gotten erased twice. When I got on, it told me the data was corrupt. I'm pretty sure it was just my memory card, though. Many other reviewers told everyone to rent it, but I strongly suggest that you don't. You will not have enough time to unlock all of the extras, and what fun is that? There is also a QUICKSTART option, where you can choose air2air or air2ground, etc. You choose how many opponents, and what map you will play, and PRESTO! You've designed your own war. Overall a GREAT game, and I strongly suggest to anyone that liked Rouge Squadron or X-wing alliance (PC) to buy it. Thanx! <><
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By A & J on July 7 2003
Top Gun: Combat Zones is a game that, on the back cover, claims to allow you to master the Navy's top 5 planes, which I disagree with. First, four of the planes available aren't in the Navy. The MV-22 and AV-8 are Marine aircraft. The F-22 Raptor is Air Force, and the YF-23 lost the contract to the F-22, and isn't in any branch of the military. Second, This game only seems to focus on fighter/attack roles. Combat Zones failed horribly in capturing different aspects of Naval aviation. A good selection of Navy aircraft would probably include the F-14D, F/A-18C, E-2C Hawkeye, S-3B Viking, EA-6B Prowler, HH-60H Seahawk, and P-3C Orion. This would've allowed mission variety, including air to air combat, special forces insertion, anti-surface and anti-sub roles, AWACS (Airborne Warning and Control System), and the ever-popular air-to-air combat. But, unfortuneately, the designers made a game that gets old after a while because the only thing different in each mission is the scenery.
I loved the control setup for this game, though. That is, I loved the Expert controls. Expert controls allow you to control the airplanes with realistic three-axis movement (pitch, roll, and yaw). One big flaw, though, was throttle controls. The throttle controls really stunk.
While the control setup was near-perfect, the way the aircraft handled was very unrealistic. I mean, paint dries faster than the time it takes for you to roll completely around one time. Another complaint I have is that you can't really dive inless you roll on your back and pull up. Nothing like real aircraft.
Sound effects were okay, although the explosions sound muted. My favorite sound in this game was your 20mm cannon.
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By A Customer on July 6 2002
As soon as I saw Top Gun: Combat Zones I thought to myself "I have to get it". I used to enjoy playing the Top Gun game for the original NES, and this game looks fifty times more fun. You can fly eight different planes, from the classic F-14 Tomcat to the exotic V-22 Osprey, to the old-but-true F-4 Phantom. You can fly in various campaigns from the Arctic from the Gulf (you know which one) to South East Asia. Unfortunately, this game has no two-player mode as far as I could find. Half the fun of combat flight games is dogfighting human opponents (Incase you were wondering, the other half is a mixture of good graphics and fun gameplay). If it were not for this minor fault, I would've rated it five stars. Otherwise, it looks like this game is gonna ROCK! Definitely something gamers should buy.
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By A Customer on Dec 20 2002
I really like flying games and this is a good one, but there are a few annoying items.
I've crashed several times because when messages come in, control of the aircraft is stopped and returned at the end of the message. This is OK most of the time but for others it means a crash. A message window in a corner would be much better.
The heads up display differs depending on the display option selected (plane in the picture or not). There is no heads up display in quickstart free flight.
Afterburner or lower thrust means near-instant speed changes.
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Well I gotta say I seen this getting compared to Ace Combat 4 I have them both and I'll give it to you straight. Ace Combat has more missions,where as Top Gun has five. Some missions in Top Gun have un-guided missles which make more of a challenge. Personally I love how the plane tilts in Top Gun it seems far more realistic than the much quicker tilt of Ace Combat.Also the replay of Top Gun has much better graphics and far more entertaining than Ace Combat 4. So it does't have anything to do with the movie, who needs it. Top Gun deserves more credit.
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By A Customer on Jan. 20 2003
I tell ya, this was one sweet game, but waaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyy too easy. The controls are great and graphics are superb, but it almost seemed that the further i got into the game, the easier it got and before I knew it, I beat the game. And another bad part is there is no multipleyer (which they could have easily made for it) and hardly andy replay value. There are some bonus planes to unlock, so that should take you a little longer, but like I said, it was tooooo easy. I strongly suggest renting, not buying this game
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