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Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation (2007)

Ace Combat 6: Kaihô heno senka (original title)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
AWACS Ghost Eye (voice)
Aircraft Launching Announcer / Captured Emmerian Pilot / Additional Voices (voice)
DJ Zed Waters (voice)
Debriefing / Mission Briefing (voice)
Ilya Pasternak (voice)
Paul St. Peter ...
Ludmila Tolstaya (voice)
Marcus Lampert (voice)
Melissa Herman (voice)
Michael Lindsay ...
Sergeant Donnie Torch (voice)
Sergeant Louis McKnight / Additional Voices (voice)
Stephen McCarthy / Additional Voices (voice)
Toscha Mijasik (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)


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Release Date:

23 October 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation  »

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This is the first Ace Combat video game series to carry a Japanese subtitle in the game logo for the original Japanese version. All the previous Ace Combat series had the game logo's subtitles in complete English for the Japanese versions. This is also the first Ace Combat game to be exclusive for the Xbox 360. See more »


AWACS Ghost Eye: This is Ghost Eye to all planes, Air Combat Command has issued an evacuation. You've been ordered to give up Gracemeria. Break away from this airspace and head west.
Marcus Lampert (Shamrock): Are you out of your mind? We can't comply with that order!
Avalanche: We are militarily at a huge disadvantage. Comply with the order and head west.
Avalanche: This is Avalanche, we're not going anywhere!
Marcus Lampert (Shamrock): Listen! It's only temporary. The plan is to withdraw, meet up with all remaining units from each area, and regroup for a counterattack. We can't ...
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References The Tower of Druaga (1984) See more »


Ace Combat 6 Main Theme
Performed by Trinity Boys Choir, SIF 309 - Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra
Composer: Keiki Kobayashi
Lyricist: Keiki Kobayashi
Conductor & Orchestrator: Youki Yamamoto
Recording & Mixing Engineer: Matt Howe
DAW Engineer, Sofia: Vladislav Boyadjiev
Technicians, Sofia: Todor Mirchev, Sava Lafsov, Marin Marinov, Valentin Yordanov
Orchestra Manager: Elena Chouchkova
Production Manager: Asen Kanchev
Assistant Engineer Phoenix Sound: Dave Moore
Choir Director: David Swinson
Music Preparation: STUDIO Old Theatre 3, UK, Naomi Suzuki
Orchestra Producers: Youki Yamamoto, Matt Howe
Orchestra Recording Studio: Studio1 - Bulgarian National Radio, Bulgeria
Choir Recording Studio: Phoenix Sound Studio, UK, STUDIO Old Theatre 3, UK
Mixing Studio: 'STUDIO Old Theatre 3, UK
Localization: Austin Keys, Emi Takeuchi, James Vance, Taiki Homma
Recording Support: Faith Inc.
Recording Coordinators: Toshio Shimizu, Akihiko Sawamura
Recording Producer: Keiki Kobayashi
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Great job, Namco
9 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

You are an ace pilot in the fictional Emmerian Air Force. Badly beaten by the invading country of Estovakia, you and your countrymen are huddled up on a nearby island. Your main objective henceforth is to stop the total elimination of Emmeria and lead your forces to kick the Estovakians out. This game is different from its predecessors, weaving your character's own experiences of the war with the stories of military personnel from both countries. Each individual battle-space has also expanded; forcing you to keep tabs on up to six battalions at once is truly for 'The Next Generation Of Aces'. While it's really demanding and you have only 15 aircraft to choose from, the cockpits are brilliantly animated, the graphics are spectacular, the orchestral pieces are enjoyable and you have plenty of goodies that cannot be unlocked on the first play-through. Overall not Halo 3 standard but still worth considering. Job well done, Namco.

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