Flight combat simulator Dogfight 1942 recently received a sneaky price reduction. The game was originally released on XBLA September 5 of this year for 1200 MSP but is now showing up on the marketplace at the reduced price of 800 MSP. Dogfight 1942 features over 40 historically accurate planes and WWII missions with players engaging in strategic bombing runs and head-to-head dog fights. The game will also feature co-op and survival modes. It’s not clear whether the price change is permanent, but the discount doesn’t appear to be part of any current sales.
SkyDrift, another Digital Reality project (if you haven’t, check out Sine Mora, their collaboration with Grasshopper Manufacture), takes to the skies in a powerful way. As Senior Game Designer Peter Petrekovits points out in their first dev diary, SkyDrift is all about speed, action, and flight. Toting beautiful graphics and epic draw distances SkyDrift aims to present itself with the utmost of quality, a promise it looks to deliver on. We’ll have to wait to see more from their dev diaries to find out all of what goes on in SkyDrift, but we’re guessing racing, weapon pickup-driven combat, and various surprises on the maps to keep races interesting. Digital Reality’s SkyDrift will be out September 7 alongside Certain Affinity’s Crimson Alliance.
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