Top Gun for Nintendo DS uses the handheld system’s advanced networking, sound, graphics and control technology to put you in the cockpit like no other game. Fly the world’s best airplanes with and against the world’s best pilots in elite training exercises and fierce combat missions. Take on air-to-ground missions or try to knock 3 of your buddies, playing on their own DS systems, out of the sky. * Authentic aerial combat action—From the music to the call signs to the race to be the best of the best, Top Gun is the only dogfighting game that brings authentic fighter jet action to the dual screen. You’re not just a pilot in these bogey-infested skies, you’re Maverick, Slider, Jester or Iceman. * Dual-screen capability—Warning: sensory overload! Taking full advantage of dual-screen technology, Top Gun for Nintendo DS utilizes one screen for an outside view and HUD display, and the second screen for avionics, maps and weapons system control. * Tough training and combat missions—With 11 challenging operations over water and land and at high altitude, Top Gun fulfills your need for speed in a multitude of training and combat scenarios. Master the Navy’s top planes: F-14, F/A-18 and F-16. If you’re good enough, you can unlock an F-117 and a top secret mission. * Massive fur-ball dogfights—Push the envelope as a solo Naval Aviator or assemble an elite fighter squadron. Up to4 players can test their mettle against each other in wireless dogfighting action. Battle in light mode if only one player has a game card; fight it out in full mode when each player has a card.
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