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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: During the final missions (A Tight Squeeze, Valley of Fire and The Great Falls), if the player makes it to the Tower of Maximus and crashes or runs out of fuel, they start at the Tower of Maximus again.



* ContextSensitiveButton: Its seems like the circle button can do almost everything seeing how it is used in a different way for each level of the game
* DeathWorld: The Four Islands of the Dark Sea

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* ContextSensitiveButton: Its seems like the circle button can do almost everything seeing how it is used in a different way for each level of the game
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* DiscOneNuke: The Stealth Jet and the gold UFO. Both can be obtained in target mode fairly easily, and before stepping foot into adventure mode.
* DeathWorld: The Four Islands of the Dark SeaSea.



* MultipleEndings: [[SubvertedTrope Sure, you end up at eden and the final cutscene is the same each time]], but DoubleSubverted in the fact that the game has three distinct parts leading up to maximus(it depends in which order you collect the MacGuffin of the game); A Tight Squeeze, Valley of Fire and The Great Falls.

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* MultipleEndings: [[SubvertedTrope Sure, you end up at eden Eden and the final cutscene is the same each time]], but DoubleSubverted in the fact that the game has three distinct parts leading up to maximus(it Maximus (it depends in which order you collect the MacGuffin of the game); A Tight Squeeze, Valley of Fire and The Great Falls.


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"Sky Odyssey" is a semi-realistic [[SimulationGame flight sim]] for the [[PS2 PlayStation 2]]. Developed by Cross and published by Activision it was released towards the launch of the [=PS2=] in 2000. The game bills itself as an ActionAdventure flight simulation with a mix of hardcore strategy. The goal of the game is to navigate form the start of each level with a series of aircraft (both real world and fictional) and land at the end. Unfortunately for the player the game is set in a DeathWorld where it seems [[EverythingTryingToKillYou every single thing out there is trying to kill you]] and destroy you aircraft. [[HostileWeather Windstorms, Hurricanes, Blizzards]], [[DeathFromAbove earthquakes, rockslides,]] [[AerialCanyonChase narrow canyons, caverns,]] and [[LethalLavaLand active volcanos]] all have to be carefully navigated through using your ImprobablePilotingSkills to have any hopes of reaching your goal.

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"Sky Odyssey" is a semi-realistic [[SimulationGame flight sim]] for the [[PS2 PlayStation 2]].UsefulNotes/PlayStation2. Developed by Cross and published by Activision it was released towards the launch of the [=PS2=] in 2000. The game bills itself as an ActionAdventure flight simulation with a mix of hardcore strategy. The goal of the game is to navigate form the start of each level with a series of aircraft (both real world and fictional) and land at the end. Unfortunately for the player the game is set in a DeathWorld where it seems [[EverythingTryingToKillYou every single thing out there is trying to kill you]] and destroy you aircraft. [[HostileWeather Windstorms, Hurricanes, Blizzards]], [[DeathFromAbove earthquakes, rockslides,]] [[AerialCanyonChase narrow canyons, caverns,]] and [[LethalLavaLand active volcanos]] all have to be carefully navigated through using your ImprobablePilotingSkills to have any hopes of reaching your goal.


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* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: If the [[ContextSensitiveButton circle button]] is used, then briefing narrator knows what it does

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* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: If the [[ContextSensitiveButton circle button]] is used, then briefing mission narrator knows what it does


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* MrExposition: The mission narrator [[ExaggeratedTrope knows every little detail of the area in the current mission]].

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* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: If the [[ContextSensitiveButton circle button]] is used, then briefing narrator knows what it does

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* ContextSensitiveButton: Its seems like the circle button can do almost everything seeing how it is used in a different way for each level of the game

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* MultipleEndings: [[SubvertedTrope Sure, you end up at eden and the final cutscene is the same each time]], but DoubleSubverted in the fact that the game has three distinct parts leading up to maximus(it depends in which order you collect the MacGuffin of the game); A Tight Squeeze, Valley of Fire and The Great Falls.


-> "''For the young, and the young at heart... Comes an air-borne adventure like none other.''"
--> -Adventure Mode Introduction

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-> "''For ->"''For the young, and the young at heart... Comes an air-borne adventure like none other.''"
--> -Adventure -->-- Adventure Mode Introduction



* XMeetsY: Sky Odyssey is ''{{Pilotwings}}'' meets ''{{Indiana Jones}}''.


* CollectionSidequest: The player needs to find and land on four hidden airfields to collect parts for the Shiden. Gaining the parts lets the player unlock said aircraft.

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* CollectionSidequest: The player needs to find and land on four hidden airfields to collect parts for the Shiden.Shinden (actually 3 parts to form the Shinden, and one part to upgrade it into the Shinden-Kai). Gaining the parts lets the player unlock said aircraft.

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*PlotCoupon: The four pieces of the Lost Map

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*InevitableWaterfall: In the mission "Over the Falls" your engine blows up towards the end of the level. You then have to land on a river and glide over several waterfalls you run into. 

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* NoAntagonist: Aside from the HostileWeather, there is no villain.

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* MinimalistCast: Aside from a few radio operators and the mission narrator (who appear very briefly), there's only the main character.


"Sky Odyssey" is a semi-realistic [[SimulationGame flight sim]] for the [[PS2 PlayStation 2]]. Developed by Cross and published by Activision it was released towards the launch of the [=PS2=] in 2000. The game bills itself as an ActionAdventure flight simulation with a mix of hardcore strategy. The goal of the game is to navigate form the start of each level with a series of aircraft (both real world and fictional) and land at the end. Unfortunately for the player the game is set in a DeathWorld where it seems [[EverythingTryingToKillYou every single thing out there is trying to kill you]] and destroy you aircraft. [[HostileWeather Windstorms, Hurricanes]], [[DeathFromAbove earthquakes, rockslides,]] [[AerialCanyonChase narrow canyons, caverns,]] and [[LethalLavaLand active volcanos]] all have to be carefully navigated through using your ImprobablePilotingSkills to have any hopes of reaching your goal.

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"Sky Odyssey" is a semi-realistic [[SimulationGame flight sim]] for the [[PS2 PlayStation 2]]. Developed by Cross and published by Activision it was released towards the launch of the [=PS2=] in 2000. The game bills itself as an ActionAdventure flight simulation with a mix of hardcore strategy. The goal of the game is to navigate form the start of each level with a series of aircraft (both real world and fictional) and land at the end. Unfortunately for the player the game is set in a DeathWorld where it seems [[EverythingTryingToKillYou every single thing out there is trying to kill you]] and destroy you aircraft. [[HostileWeather Windstorms, Hurricanes]], Hurricanes, Blizzards]], [[DeathFromAbove earthquakes, rockslides,]] [[AerialCanyonChase narrow canyons, caverns,]] and [[LethalLavaLand active volcanos]] all have to be carefully navigated through using your ImprobablePilotingSkills to have any hopes of reaching your goal.


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* LethalLavaLand: "The Valley of Fire", one of three final missions, takes place in an active volcano while it's erupting.

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