Pretty well immediately loading this one up its familiar sounds drew me in, in terms of games that I used to hear amidst the chaos of sound in an arcade G-LOC was one of the most effective at getting your attention. That said, in terms of mechanical play I always had a bit more love for Afterburner between the two. That isn’t to say G-LOC is bad by any means, and I know many “vintage gamers” who hold this near and dear to their hearts. I respect that, and for those people this should be a great hit of nostalgia to enjoy. For anyone unfamiliar or who isn’t a die hard fan? While there’s nothing wrong with the port the game is what it is and there’s not a ton of depth or replayability necessarily, it can just be good to revisit every once in a while.
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