Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising's Avenging Ace

Quick Brew Info
If you missed my first video "Quick Brew Preview" on Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising, you may want to watch it first, HERE!  In the first video, I covered the game's controls, number of levels, and the different modes/features in the game.
If you don't know anything about Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising, the game is a WiiWare title that was published by Legendo Entertainment and is available in North American, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand for just 700 Wii Points.

Quick Brew Video Info
Here are a few things about the video:
1) I was using the Wii Remote only controls in the game.
2) A few times in the video, you may notice my plane's propeller slow down and start to sputter.  You can control your plane's speed in the game, and I would purposely cut my plane's speed if an enemy fighter was behind me; to try and get it to pass me.  The first example of this is around :58 into the video.
3) You may notice me fire missiles several times in the video, I believe the first time happens around the 2:17 mark in the video.
4) The enemy fighter I shoot down at the 2:45 mark, can still be seen burning/falling through the air and into the water at the 2:50-2:52 mark.
5) At approximately the 3:07 mark, I get the "Damage Critical" warning, which means my plane can't take many more rounds before it explodes.

If anybody has any questions about Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising, please leave a comment on this post, or send me an email to CoffeewithGames@gmail.com.

Also, if anybody purchased the game like myself, what is the highest level in Avenging Ace or Survival that you have completed?
So far, I have accomplished 10 out 10 on Avenging Ace, and I have survived for just 2 minutes so far in Survival.

If you are interested in purchasing Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising, you can purchase it directly off the Wii's Shop Channel; or, you can purchase a Wii Points card and use 700 Wii Points to download the game.


  1. I only just recently started trying the modes outside of story (I thought they were multiplayer modes, actually).

    Beat the 10 kills one; don't even want to imagine how crowed the air would be in the 20 kills one.

  2. @WesFX:
    Kind of funny, I beat the 10 kills one on Monday when I recorded this.

    It took me SEVERAL times, and I can't wait to see what it's like on 20...then 30.

    Thanks for the comment/feedback! Greatly appreciated!

    Anybody else attempted the 5, 10, 20, or 30 Kills in Avenging Ace...and survived to talk about it?


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