If a historically accurate WWII aerial combat game doesn't sound entirely thrilling to you, we'll give you another, admittedly biased, point of view from Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH's Martin Schneider: "For far too long, first-person shooter fans have been tied to the foot soldier point of view, but we aim to bring the seat-of-their-pants skill and daring of dogfighting and aerial combat to a wider audience." That wider audience includes Xbox 360 and PS3 owners, though Konami is notably shy about sharing a release window.
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