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After Burner Climax- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 36 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the graphics and usability. The gameplay and design are also mentioned favorably. There are some mixed reviews about the value for money, and some have doubts about the controls and action.

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action, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the After Burner Climax- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 36 reviews)

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After Burner Climax Review

 

After Burner Climax originated in arcades and won many people over while satisfying the loyal After Burner fans. Four years later and the game makes the transition from arcade machines to next gen consoles. For those unfamiliar with the game, After...

After Burner Climax is a great addition to downloadable games. Fans of the arcade version will love the fresh coat of paint and the few added options. Even I found myself losing track of time in the game after starting it up and I never played the...

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Review: After Burner Climax

 

I'm going to make a shocking revelation.  I've never played Afterburner.  Nor have I played Afterburner 2.  I never played the arcade version of Afterburner Climax, either.  My history with Afterburner is that I know that it existed at some point in...

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After Burner Climax

 

SEGA and AM2 are teaming up once again to bring us a high-octane aerial experience known as After Burner Climax via the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. While it won't take you 8-10 hours to complete this intense arcade title, you find...

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After Burner Climax

 

Arcades, like war, have changed. The sorts of games that would typically have been played in arcades in the past are now bought (fairly) cheaply via the online stores built into our consoles. Never has this been more painfully obvious than with After...

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After Burner Climax

 

The sleek, superficial action of After Burner Climax is thrilling in short bursts but not deep enough to last.

Simple fire-and-evade gameplay is fun for a little while ; Gorgeous visuals and an incredible sense of speed ; Wide variety of special options to unlock for Arcade mode

Only takes about 10-12 minutes to reach the end ; Action starts to get old fast

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After Burner Climax

 

Pricey but nicey retro remake

Looks lovely in HD ; Incredibly satisfying to play ; Can fiddle with various EX options

Only amounts to about ten minutes of fun ; Still quite simplistic at heart ; Not really worth the price

Elsewhere, there’s a Score Attack mode that enables you to upload your scores to online leaderboards, but that’s pretty much it. We’d liked to have seen more substance here to go with the new style and, as such, can't quite recommend it for the...

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After Burner Climax Review

 

It took a little while, but Sega's high-octane revival finally makes it home.

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After Burner Climax- PS3

 

After Burner Climax sets out to be exactly what people expected it to be - a port of an arcade game - and nothing more. It can be beaten in a short time, but the degree of difficulty, combined with lack of continue credits, makes the game feel like a...

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After Burner Climax- PS3

 

While best suited for short adrenaline bursts, Sega has packed in plenty of decent extras to ensure that there's always a reason to return to those stunning skies. [After Burner Climax is] a stunning arcade port that just keeps giving.

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After Burner Climax- PS3

 

If you're an old fan of the series, Climax is a good way to bring the nostalgia up-to-date, but for those used to getting more out of current-gen titles than an arcade sense of speed, it may not be worth the asking price.

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