Ace Combat 7, originally due this year but now out in 2018, has an E3 trailer. This is exactly the kind of game PlayStation VR was made for.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown has been delayed. The game was originally slated for a 2017, but Namco Bandai has pushed it back to 2018, citing the need for extra time to finish the game. Better late than not ready!
The South Korean military has a new program to co-develop fighter planes. To show off the project, a web video was created with tax payers’ money. Oh, and unauthorized video game footage.
Here’s a look at Ace Combat 7's VR play. The game is a PlayStation 4 exclusive and slated for release sometime next year. The VR play looks like it might make some people barfy!
Here’s a game that slipped through the cracks on Saturday—Bandai Namco announced Ace Combat 7 for PS4. It’ll have VR features too!
There was an Ace Combat game released on the 3DS a few years back. An enhanced edition is coming out soon in Japan, and this version will support Nintendo's Amiibo figures. Stick one on and you'll get one of the coolest fighter jets you've ever seen.
Let's forget about microtransactions for a second and concentrate on what makes Ace Combat great: the gameplay and the atmosphere. These two gameplay videos have plenty of both.
Ace Combat Infinity is Namco Bandai's upcoming free to play aerial combat game for the PlayStation 3. Project leader Kazutoki Kono says that for this game, they're going back to the roots and standards of the Ace Combat series.
The trailer up top was released by Namco Bandai to announce the newest title in the Ace Combat series of flight-action games, called Infinity.
In 2011, there were rumblings that the Tales Studio, responsible for the Tales of series, was in trouble. Their numbers were looking rather grim, and then came the news that Namco Bandai would be absorbing the Tales Team into their company. Fans worried that this would be the end of the JRPG series maker.
QTEs, or Quick Time Events, are a way for video games to let the player feel like they're interacting during a mostly cinematic sequence.
After we ran our "Yes" Gut Check for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon, I noticed a lot of skepticism about the game. Is it really any good? It seems weird, and cold, and soulless.
For nearly two decades fans of arcade-simulation jet combat have found safe haven in Namco Bandai's Ace Combat series, so the developers decided to change everything. Yay?
After being sorely disappointed by the helicopter combat of Apache Air Assault last year, it's nice to see there's still some hope for the well-armed whirlybird enthusiast in Ace Combat: Assault Horizon.
Whenever a racing game like Forza or Gran Turismo is released, the internet is flooded with car porn. Ace Combat isn't a car game. It's got jets and helicopters. Bring on the flying vehicle screens!
It's Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Friday once again, and this week Project Aces gives us a detailed look at what we'll be flying when the fighter jets are grounded.
It's Ace Combat Assault Horizon Friday, boys and girls, and you know what that means: Project Aces is parading four sexy fighter craft players will be slipping inside when the game drops October 11.
Do you know what today is? It's Ace Combat Assault Horizon Friday, that's what day it is! Starting this week, Namco Bandai promises to show off a different set of their game's mighty list of aircraft every Friday.