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Monday, 28 January 2008 12:18

Ace Combat 6 tuning

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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New aircraft are here

 

In case you have already finished all the missions and you know each and every aircraft inside out, then we have a treat for you. On Thursday, Namco Bandai is launching a mini-update with six new combat aircraft, with their tanks full and weapons on standby, just waiting for their pilot - you!

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The models in question are: CFA-44 Nosferatu Prototype, Tornado GR4 Raging Shark, F-14D Super Tomcat Razgriz and Su-33 Flanker Yellow Squadron. These models will be accessible through XboX Live for 200 MS points, while special edition SU-47 Berkut The Idolmaster MIKI-EX will cost you 400MS. For all those who aren’t exactly rich with MS points, you can get Typhoon UPEO Emblem free of charge.

Last modified on Tuesday, 29 January 2008 03:48
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