History VideoGame / AeroFighters

18th Sep '16 10:19:12 AM SAMAS
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* AllJustADream: Mao(-Mao)'s ending in the first Aero-Fighters, in which she seems to have [[FallingIntoTheCockpit Accidentally gotten stuck]] in her fighter which is fighting on it's own.
28th Aug '16 3:07:02 PM Basara-kun
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** ''Samurai Aces'' and ''Gunbird'' are this to the first game. Both are made by a different company (Psikyo instead of Video System) but share a very similar engine and have the same director (Shin Nakamura).

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** ''Samurai Aces'' and ''Gunbird'' are this to the first game. Both are made by a different company (Psikyo (Creator/{{Psikyo}} instead of Video System) but share a very similar engine and have the same director (Shin Nakamura).



* WeaponizedLandmark - Running out of time on Mission 1 of ''Aerofighters Assault'' will not result in a game over. Instead, the Tokyo Towers will turn into a pair of laser cannons that will instantly destroy the boss [[BreatherLevel and let you go to the next mission]].

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* WeaponizedLandmark - WeaponizedLandmark: Running out of time on Mission 1 of ''Aerofighters Assault'' will not result in a game over. Instead, the Tokyo Towers will turn into a pair of laser cannons that will instantly destroy the boss [[BreatherLevel and let you go to the next mission]].
12th Apr '16 12:34:22 AM FordPrefect
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* BattleshipRaid: A number of bosses follow this trope, even being or true battleships or massive land-based moving fortresses.

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* BattleshipRaid: A number of bosses follow this trope, even being or either true battleships or massive land-based moving fortresses.
12th Apr '16 12:30:11 AM FordPrefect
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The series spans six games, the first being on dedicated arcade hardware and the latter two being on the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo arcade platform. ''Aero Fighters 1'' and ''2'' utilize modern fighter jets, but ''3'' has the cast using UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-era planes instead. The next game, ''Sonic Wings Limited'' stayed exclusive to the Zinc arcade board, while ''Sonic Wings Special'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and the Playstation. The last installment, ''Aero Fighters Assault'', was exclusive to the Nintendo64 and [[OddballInTheSeries strayed from the formula]], being an halfway realistic 3D flight simulation (developed by Creator/ParadigmEntertainment) instead of a vertical shoot'em up.

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The series spans six games, the first being on dedicated arcade hardware and the latter two being on the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo arcade platform. ''Aero Fighters 1'' and ''2'' utilize modern fighter jets, but ''3'' has the cast using UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-era planes instead. The next game, ''Sonic Wings Limited'' stayed exclusive to the Zinc arcade board, while ''Sonic Wings Special'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and the Playstation. The last installment, ''Aero Fighters Assault'', was exclusive to the Nintendo64 and [[OddballInTheSeries strayed from the formula]], being an a halfway realistic 3D flight simulation (developed by Creator/ParadigmEntertainment) instead of a vertical shoot'em up.
12th Apr '16 12:29:39 AM FordPrefect
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A top-down scrolling ShootEmUp series by Video System, known as ''Sonic Wings'' in Japan (and sometimes in the rest of the world) (Not to be confused with Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog). Known for having a variety of characters, ranging from stock nationality clichés to [[HeroicDolphin a dolphin]] and an infant.

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A top-down scrolling ShootEmUp series by Video System, known as ''Sonic Wings'' in Japan (and sometimes in the rest of the world) (Not (not to be confused with Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog). Known for having a variety of characters, ranging from stock nationality clichés to [[HeroicDolphin a dolphin]] and an infant.
29th Jan '16 4:49:38 PM Sammettik
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* NintendoHard

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24th Dec '15 10:02:12 PM tenryufan
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* CutAndPasteTranslation: The European version of ''Special'' removes most of the between-stage dialogues and the endings and there is no saving, making it impossible impossible to save high-scores and unlocked planes.
17th Dec '15 6:49:01 PM nombretomado
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The series spans six games, the first being on dedicated arcade hardware and the latter two being on the NeoGeo arcade platform. ''Aero Fighters 1'' and ''2'' utilize modern fighter jets, but ''3'' has the cast using UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-era planes instead. The next game, ''Sonic Wings Limited'' stayed exclusive to the Zinc arcade board, while ''Sonic Wings Special'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and the Playstation. The last installment, ''Aero Fighters Assault'', was exclusive to the Nintendo64 and [[OddballInTheSeries strayed from the formula]], being an halfway realistic 3D flight simulation (developed by Creator/ParadigmEntertainment) instead of a vertical shoot'em up.

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The series spans six games, the first being on dedicated arcade hardware and the latter two being on the NeoGeo UsefulNotes/NeoGeo arcade platform. ''Aero Fighters 1'' and ''2'' utilize modern fighter jets, but ''3'' has the cast using UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-era planes instead. The next game, ''Sonic Wings Limited'' stayed exclusive to the Zinc arcade board, while ''Sonic Wings Special'' was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and the Playstation. The last installment, ''Aero Fighters Assault'', was exclusive to the Nintendo64 and [[OddballInTheSeries strayed from the formula]], being an halfway realistic 3D flight simulation (developed by Creator/ParadigmEntertainment) instead of a vertical shoot'em up.
3rd Dec '15 4:49:49 PM nombretomado
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The series spans six games, the first being on dedicated arcade hardware and the latter two being on the NeoGeo arcade platform. ''Aero Fighters 1'' and ''2'' utilize modern fighter jets, but ''3'' has the cast using UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-era planes instead. The next game, ''Sonic Wings Limited'' stayed exclusive to the Zinc arcade board, while ''Sonic Wings Special'' was released for the SegaSaturn and the Playstation. The last installment, ''Aero Fighters Assault'', was exclusive to the Nintendo64 and [[OddballInTheSeries strayed from the formula]], being an halfway realistic 3D flight simulation (developed by Creator/ParadigmEntertainment) instead of a vertical shoot'em up.

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The series spans six games, the first being on dedicated arcade hardware and the latter two being on the NeoGeo arcade platform. ''Aero Fighters 1'' and ''2'' utilize modern fighter jets, but ''3'' has the cast using UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-era planes instead. The next game, ''Sonic Wings Limited'' stayed exclusive to the Zinc arcade board, while ''Sonic Wings Special'' was released for the SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn and the Playstation. The last installment, ''Aero Fighters Assault'', was exclusive to the Nintendo64 and [[OddballInTheSeries strayed from the formula]], being an halfway realistic 3D flight simulation (developed by Creator/ParadigmEntertainment) instead of a vertical shoot'em up.
6th Oct '15 4:13:43 AM 4maskwolf
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* MultipleEndings: All pilots have them, regardless of whether you're flying solo or with someone else, and whether or not you successfully defeat the final boss. In the rest of the series except for ''Assault'', [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything there's even endings for each possible pair of characters.]]

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* MultipleEndings: All pilots have them, regardless of whether you're flying solo or with someone else, and whether or not you successfully defeat the final boss. In the rest of the series except for ''Assault'', [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything there's even endings for each possible pair of characters.]]
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