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SEGA AGES G-LOC: Air Battle

Rating Summary

Based on 11 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

36%

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General Information

Available on:Nintendo 3DSJul 4, 2013
Nintendo SwitchMar 26, 2020

Publisher: SEGA

Genre: Vehicle Combat

Strap yourself in and take to the skies in G-LOC: Air Battle. Dive, climb and bank as you outmanoeuvre enemy pilots and blow them out of the sky with your impressive arsenal. Gain experience with every mission and equip yourself with more powerful weapons and armour in order to destroy the Future World Army and bring peace back to the skies. - Challenge a friend to a two-player game via Local Play! - Trade points earned for more powerful missiles, high calibre guns and armour upgrades. - Nine different air, land and sea missions.

SEGA AGES G-LOC: Air Battle Critic Reviews

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An action-packed arcade title with a greater focus on offensive play than the likes of After Burner. G-LOC's first-ever home release is a welcome one. It's got a couple of frustrating stages and, as is the case with most arcade games, it has longevity issues, but as long as you don't mind playing the same short series of stages over and over again to edge yourself up the online rankings, it's a good way to pass 10 minutes at a time.

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I can’t say G-LOC Air Battle is a game I will play very often at all, but I am really glad that it got the M2 treatment and finally has arrived in a home release, decades after its original arcade debut.

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While it falls a bit short in terms of content and variation of gameplay, EGA Ages: G-LOC Air Battle is still pleasant enough to play today, albeit in short bursts - just like in the arcades.

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G-LOC is by no means the best game of this type Sega’s released, but it's serviceable and fun. The Sega Ages port is, as usual, excellent. However, morso than many of Sega’s games from this era, G-LOC certainly shows its age.

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