SEGA Brings After Burner Climax to Android and Then Pulls it from the Store (Video)

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  • 30 Mar 2013
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  • SEGA America has brought a number of great titles to the Android platform, including in the Sonic the Hedgehog  series that has gathered a number of new (and old) fans. It looks like the developer is also ready for new releases, after its latest game has hit the iOS platform.


    SEGA is planning on offering a new very exciting title to Android, one in a genre that hasn’t been so popular on the mobile platform. The title called After Burner Climax has only hit the Play Store for a short while, only to be removed for reasons unknown. It is only natural that with a game like this the developer should invest its efforts to make sure everything is running fine, though it often cannot be the case with a first release.

    After Burner Climax is a game offering stunning visuals and belongs to the flight simulations genre. The players will get the opportunity to control some very powerful machines in the Air Force and Navy’s portfolio, headed towards missions of the greatest importance. The title will offer complex controls, though without the usual aspects and technical huds usual for this type of titles. The game is more combat oriented and offers fast-paced action throughout. For the time being we’ll just have to settle for the video trailer (below), though it should hit the Store very soon, for the price of $2.99.

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