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Aces Wild is Manic Brawling Action! Take brawling to new heights with hand to hand aerial combat! Battle countless enemies with an impressive array of offensive and defensive martial arts skills. Take advantage of the Wild system. Increase the power of your attacks at the risk of enemies becoming more aggressive. Jammin' Soundtrack, Smooth Frame by Frame animation, 3 Playable Characters, Fully Voiced Cast, Local Co-op!
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2 comments by ERS_Kicks on Oct 13th, 2013


Aces Wild is a hardcore, aerial brawling action game! Take control of Ace or two other characters and battle countless foes! Wild System rewards risk and style! As you fight, you can raise your power but also that of the enemies! Fluid and deep mechanics with over the top action keeps the game fresh and frantic!

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marco1975
marco1975 Oct 28 2013, 9:10am says:

How do you beat Jean Heart (Jetboot Girl, Stage 4 boss)? I can fight her up to the point she sets the top of the truck on fire. She has amazing mobility and many of her most deadly moves aren't telegraphed, so only amazing reflexes help. I find chasing her in the air very tiring, even with the auto-homing dash.

Any tips (or a video) on how to beat her? I tried Ace and Gene for 1.5 hours straight, and I still can't counter her moves consistently, and she just executes move after move, wearing me out.

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marco1975
marco1975 Oct 29 2013, 4:52am replied:

I tried again on Calm difficulty, managed to beat Jean Heart. Still I found no particularly effective strategy beyond "counter everything". Particularly her Jet Blender (multi-hit inescapable super) is very hard to anticipate and avoid. I'll continue this on the GameFAQs forum, and I encourage you to do the same.

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casiodorus
casiodorus Oct 17 2013, 7:02am says:

Hey ! I have just bought the game, but when I try to download it, I have a "404_ not found" screen ...

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FredooZ
FredooZ Oct 16 2013, 1:34pm says:

Thanks a lot for the Desura key ! :)

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marco1975
marco1975 Oct 14 2013, 10:41pm says:

This is relevant to my interests -- Aces Wild might be my first ever Desura purchase.
One line descriptor:
"Bangai-Oh Gaiden : The Punching Edition"
I was gonna get some Resident Evil on sale, but I would rather have something fresh like this!

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marco1975
marco1975 Oct 15 2013, 3:09am replied:

Okay, after freeing up some space and moving Desura to another drive, I was able to download and install this game. The action is fluid and controls responsive. Graphics are hi-res, bright and colorful. It's kinda like a 2D version of the DMC or Bayonetta games. I played a couple of levels. A couple of things I noticed:

- Score is not saved after completing a section. Do I need to lose all my lives and enter my name to get my section/stage scores recorded? That would make sense on an arcade machine, but not at home, I think it should record as soon as you complete a section. If you want to have multiple players record on one installation of the game, maybe allow multiple player profiles to be created?

- I used a wired XBox 360 controller to play. Remapping buttons works, and is designed correctly, you get a list of functions and just tap the buttons in order to assign them, like in SSF2HD, but the output is strange: The game does not display the correct button presses, but seems to arbitrarily display "RIGHT BUMPER" "X" "B" and so on. The button assigments will be recorded correctly, but the display is not updated correctly, which is confusing.

- the music in the first two areas is a bit repetitive, and the way it sounds on the loop point, it seems more suitable for an intro animation or stage complete screen, not for playing continously during the stage. Game music is the aspect that is most depends on individual taste though.
I could always turn it off (I think) and play something else in Media Player.

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marco1975
marco1975 Oct 15 2013, 6:14am replied:

Played past the Stage 2 boss, Umbrella Girl. I found her really hard, so I was shocked when I actually managed to beat her. Thanks for not trying our patience with pre-fight dialogue or plot. This is all about action. Also thanks for not sending me back to some distant checkpoint, it's like a VS fight, get beat, just try again!

This is pure fun, launch game, grab controller and get straight into it, choose any stage. No boring logos to get between me and the punching.

One thing I missed was a seperate ranking/hiscore list for every stage. (or maybe even every area). The list in the upper right could show you the top 5 as you hover the selection over a particular area. And local/world ranking would be neat too (switch between local/world with the dash button?) I don't quite understand the thinking behind the hiscore list in its current form. I guess the highest possible score would be obtained by beating every area without dying?

Regarding the music, I found the KOF XIII OST quite suitable. I just select Genre > Video Game in my Music Library.

Thanks for making Aces Wild, I'm thoroughly enjoying it!

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xiaowang56god
xiaowang56god Oct 14 2013, 2:19am says:

i bought on notonsteam sale
could I get the desura key?

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FredooZ
FredooZ Oct 14 2013, 9:30pm replied:

I bought it during the same sales, it would be nice to have a desura key for this awesome game !

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lrmcba
lrmcba Oct 15 2013, 12:29pm replied:

me too

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