Top Gun - Combat Zones features 36 missions played across three eras, set respectively in Vietnam, the Gulf States, and the Arctic Circle.
|How to Unlock
|Complete all of Era 1; will be available at the start of Era 2
|Complete all of Eras 1 and 2; will be available at the start of Era 3
|Complete the game on any difficulty setting
|Earn a Bronze on every Academy and Warzone challenge
|Earn a Gold on every Academy and Warzone challenge
|Earn a Silver on every Academy and Warzone challenge
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Top Gun – Combat Zones is a combat flight simulation game named after the 1986 film Top Gun. It was developed by British studio Digital Integration and published by Titus Interactive. It was originally released for the PlayStation 2 in 2001, followed by a GameCube version in 2002. Versions were also released for the Game Boy Advance and Microsoft Windows. Top Gun: Combat Zones is a combat flight simulation game.
The game includes the main “Game” mode and the “Quick Start” mode. Game mode features 36 missions played across three eras, set respectively in Vietnam, the Gulf States, and the Arctic Circle. Several training missions take place at San Diego’s Miramar base at the beginning of each era before the player moves on to live combat.
The player begins with an F-14 Tomcat fighter jet. Seven additional planes are unlocked as the game progresses: F-18 Hornet, F-22 Raptor, F-4 Phantom, JSF, YF-23, Osprey, and Harrier. There are various mission objectives, such as destroying a target, providing air support for an evacuation, or escorting allies. Each mission includes a time limit. The player’s weapons include bombs, a machine gun, and several types of missiles. A map informs the player of nearby enemies, although it does not specify their altitude.
The player can view the game from within the cockpit, or can choose from several exterior perspectives. Points are awarded to the player for actions such as flying close to buildings or performing certain aerial moves. In Quick Start, the player can create a customized mission with selectable settings such as the number of enemies and the playing location. The GameCube version includes “simple” and “expert” controller settings. The Game Boy Advance version features the same locations as the other versions.
Top Gun - Combat Zones
North America: December 1, 2004
Combat Flight Simulation
Game Boy Advance
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