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Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War (PS2)

Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War (PS2)
alaScore 86

29 reviews

Nov, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 29 reviews of Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War (PS2). The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War (PS2) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Ben Dutka (

Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War


One of the most impressive features of the game is the visual presentation. The textures are sharp and refined, and the detailing of the world map below you is extremely well done. The planes themselves are also well depicted and in general, it's...

And in terms of combat core, provided you understand how to adjust speed and you've got your timing down for missile and other special weapon fire, you're basically good to go. Although it's not a straight simulator, not ever having to worry about...

Oct, 2006

Expert review by: Brian Peterson (

Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War


More flying on the highway to the danger zone.

Visuals are very realistic, from the aircraft designs and HUD, to the altitude; the game simulates it all quite well. Don't expect Progressive scan for you HD lovers out there, but there is a 16:9 option at least. Controls remain the game's high spot...

May, 2006

Expert review by: SHAUN CONLIN (

Ace Combat Zero The Belkan War


Two nice things about Namco's Ace Combat series. First, each sequel seems to make marked improvements on the established merit of each predecessor. Second, the sequels are spaced far enough apart that each seems fresh yet familiar in the...

Two nice things about Namco's Ace Combat series. First, each sequel seems to make marked improvements on the established merit of each predecessor. Second, the sequels are spaced far enough apart (by at least a couple of years, usually) that each seems...

May, 2006

Expert review by: Mark Smith (

Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War - ps2


For those who have ever played an Ace Combat title, you are all probably quite familiar with the concept of flying around in circles, looping about, and feathering the throttle, all the while trying to line-up that distant enemy target just long enough...

May, 2006

Expert review by: Clayton "Alkaiser" Chan (

Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War


Sometimes there are game franchises out there that just get nearly every aspect of a game so right, you don't mind that a sequel to the game is basically a big level pack. Take, for example Dance Dance Revolution. Not really a whole lot to change the...

Now, I can't even say definitively say that this game is worth going through once anymore. It'd be a blast if you can circumvent the catastrophe that is the final 2 levels. If not, just rent and play the first 16 missions, and then return it.

Apr, 2006

Expert review by: Gary Flavell (

Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War


There was a time when home consoles offered little other than side scrolling platformers. If you wanted more from your gaming experience you'd need to venture to the local arcade where the bigger boys dwelt spending the sort of pocket money you could...

Belkan Wars is a tricky one to gauge. You have an accomplished, if a little generic, arcade aerial fighter that will please those already in love with the franchise. Equally here's a game that doesn't move the genre forward or in anyway justify the...

Jan, 2007

Expert review by: Tom Orry (

Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War Review for PS2


Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War for PS2 Review - A more feature packed multiplayer mode would have given Zero a real reason to exist alongside the previous games, but fans will get just what they've been waiting for.

Sep, 2006

Consumer review by: maestrorage (

You will never find a worse game, guaranteed or you sanity back!


So what do you get when you take mad generic story line, painful to listen to wretched music, linear as hell gameplay, voice acting that could have been done via computer synth, and mentally challenged AI? You may realize that my next word is ...

Has loads of weapons

horrible voices, gameplay, AI, music

Aug, 2008

Consumer review by: nax5 (

The Enemies..Just..Keep..Coming


The one thing that you will notice about this game, is the endless enemy count. Every time you take down a group of soldiers, there will just be more to replace them. This is how a hack 'n' slash game should be though. It should be able to satisfy the ...

Many enemies, ground and air combat, sound track

In game graphics are pretty poor

Jul, 2008

Consumer review by: soupjhhs (

Drakengard: Good in air, bad on ground


Drakengard for the Playstation 2 has to say the least, the oddest storyline I have ever seen. It is basically Murphy's Law in a game form. What can go wrong for these poor characters, does. In a nutshell, the story of Drakengard is interesting, ...

Beautiful cutscenes, amazing air combat, an interesting storyline

Depressing storyline, graphics in game are poor, repetitive fighting on land

Nov, 2004