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Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception review

A handful of problems still can't keep this series grounded

For another layer of complexity, there's a set of planes that can be tweaked and upgraded for varying performances. Cash earned for successful missions can be spent on new planes, their special weapons or those aforementioned unique parts. They'll affect stability, speed or durability, so you really can mess with them to you heart's desire.

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DescriptionThe high-flying series hits PSP with a predictably solid set of features. Multiplayer battles and tunable planes balance some odd omissions, though.