And we've also got the review from the major US based magazine Game Informer. This is from the new August 2003 issue. As I was saying a few days ago, there hasn't been a whole lot of print attention paid to Prophecy Advance, so this review is a welcome addition. They often really hate a swath of the new GBA releases with scores in the 2 to 4 range, so thankfully Prophecy earned a 7 out of 10.
While the quality of the polygonal models bring back memories of the 386 processor, the fact that developer Raylight Studios was able to create convincing and enjoyable gameplay around it is an impressive feat. The dogfighting even includes a target assist icon, wingman commands and a handy radar.
Prophecy Advance looks better than anything on a 386, but he means well.