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'''''Air Combat''''', released in Japan as '''''Ace Combat''''', is a semi-realistic flight-sim/action game, it was developed by [[Namco]] and was released in 1995 for the [[PlayStation]]. It is part of the ''[[Ace Combat (series)|Ace Combat series]]''. All subsequent games retained the original Ace Combat name.
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'''''Air Combat''''', released in Japan as '''''Ace Combat''''', is a semi-realistic flight-sim/action game, it was developed by [[Namco]] and was released in 1995 for the [[PlayStation (console)|PlayStation]]. It is part of the ''[[Ace Combat]]'' series. All subsequent games retained the original Ace Combat name.
   
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''Air Combat'' is also the [[arcade game]] from Namco in 1992 that simulates an [[F-16]]. The game mainly involves dog fighting and has three levels of play; Cadet, Captain and Ace. This game was the predecessor of the PlayStation series. It had an arcade sequel, "[[Air Combat 22]]".
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''Air Combat'' is also the [[arcade game]] from Namco in 1992 that simulates an [[F-16]]. The game mainly involves dog fighting and has three levels of play; Cadet, Captain and Ace. This game was the predecessor of the PlayStation series. It had an arcade sequel, [[Air Combat 22]].
   
 
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