Ace Combat is a video game series where the player takes control of fictional pilots who are caught up in the winds of war. Typically, the story progresses in such a way that the player character becomes the most powerful of all of their allied forces, and is considered a legend by the end of the game.Most gameplay in Ace Combat involves the direct control of aircraft, where players will attack or defend from enemy forces in the air, on the ground, and in the sea. The games are also well-known for their massive superweapon battles, which border on the line of fantasy involving massive chemical lasers or large anti-asteroid railguns.
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- 2010: One day after four unidentified MiG-29A Fulcrums were intercepted nearby Sand Island Air Force Base, a Yuktobanian SR-71 Blackbird enters Osean airspace at Cape Landers. Wardog Squadron, consisting of flight lead Captain Jack Bartlett and trainees Kei Nagase, Alvin H. Davenport and Blaze intercept the reconnaissance jet to land at a nearby airfield after it was struck by an Osean Coastal Defense Force's SAM missile, just as several MiG-21bis Fishbeds open fire on Wardog Squadron. Defying orders, Wardog engages the intruders and shoots down the enemy squadrons, ending in the SR-71 succumbing to it's damage and exploding overland. This marks the third event of the 2010 Osean airspace intrusions.
- 2010: Ace Combat: Joint Assault is released in Europe.