Space Ace is part of a unique genre of CD games, the so-called decision point disc, in which, instead of controlling your character’s every movement, you respond to specific threats. But Space Ace is a mixed blessing at best. It features terrific Don Bluth animation and an amusing plot involving the evil Commander Borf and his Infanto Ray. On the other hand, thanks to very tricky timing, it’s such a frustrating experience you may want to turn the disc into a Frisbee. B-
Posted June 17 1994 — 12:00 AM EDT
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