Solo Wing Pixy and Strigon 12/Toscha are voiced by Yuri Lowenthal, Detlef Flescher/Rot One and Bernard Schmidt/Grun One are voiced by Liam O Brien, Zero's mission announcer is voiced by Patrick Seitz, and Dominic Zubov/Schwarze One is voiced by DC Douglas.
The LWSM and SWBM missile files are hidden in the game's files. Most other weapons, while actually including their real names, are also referred to by the same names as in the PS2 Ace Combat games.
Nearly all of the characters from the series pop up as random AI opponents you may face in Skirmish or Arcade battles.
Several Namco titles also make references to the series. Ridge Racer in particular returns the favor for Nagase being a recurring character by having the logos of several Ace Combat 3 corporations show up in the levels of Ridge Racer V and 64; one stage in Tekken 6's story mode also takes the player through a hangar housing several CFA-44 Nosferatu's. Possibly the strangest one, however, is the Nintendo 3DS game Pro Baseball Famista 2011, where the XFA-27 from AC2 is among the various Namco characters showing up to play baseball. Yes, a baseball-playing fighter jet.
Namco announced that they would be porting three of their arcade games, including Air Combat 22, to PC in May 1996. Nothing came of it, save for a preview of the Rave Racer port in EDGE' July issue that year.
Around 2007, Famitsu had an article centered on a trio of cancelled games that would have been set in the Strangereal world - the first of the three in particular, Brave Arms, would have been set in the Kingdom of Sapin in 2025.