Attack on Pearl Harbor isn%26rsquo;t about simulating a famous battle, but about effortlessly flying super-zippy airplanes and shooting other ones out of the sky. It%26rsquo;s pure arcade, with barely a dial to worry about.
You get about 40 missions, playing sometimes as the Japanese and sometimes as the US, with a variety of planes to choose from depending on the mission type. But if you%26rsquo;re sitting up excited to learn which types, settle back down. Yes, you can fly an A6M1 Zero or a BSN1 Kate, but the difference it%26rsquo;s going to make is how heavy your kite feels, and whether it drops bombs or fires missiles. They really may as well be Plane One and Two.