He may not be the best protagonist of Sony but he represents the Hawk series THE foundations and pillar of PSN. That alone is enough to make me respect him and like him. With a better story (And more advertisment for the game) I can see the Hawk series being up there with games like Uncharted and God of war.
So do I, well, in the same sense I respect the Star Fox team, Crimson Skies, and Freelancer.
Because I played Crimson Skies before and seen a bit of Freelancer, and I grew up with Nintendo 64 which means I'm familiar with Star Fox. And I knew that Sony HAS to have at least one exclusive aviation title of its own for the Playstation consoles and then I was introduced to Warhawk.
Sorry! Trying to get ideas for my fan fiction series featuring the Console Wars. In this case, deep space battles!
The hell I'm doing the same thing! Making a console war themed fanfic and I was planing to add some ideas from star wars as a galactic war kind of like what you just said. Huh never thought some one would have the same ideas as me.
Mine also includes the operating system jokes. And it has a couple of protagonists and a plot. This is my ven diagram: monguin.deviantart.com/art/Con… May I remind you that I include both what is and what was an exclusive title for the respective side. For example: Crash and Spyro are no longer licensed by Sony, but in my fan fic, they still work with other characters that made big history with Playstation such as Jak and Dextar for example. Another really big example is that Rareware's at civil war in my fan fic, split between Nintendo and Microsoft.
So, in regards to this picture, how would you choreograph a dogfight between Starhawk and Warhawk being Sony, either Crimson Skies or Freelancer being Microsoft, and Star Fox being Nintendo?
Since Sony and Nintendo are nemeses to each other due to there history battles will be more bloody. A space battle with only the main fighters and no battleships would play something like this Starhawks serve as Sony's cutting edge interceptor fighter there fast and lightly armored with some different firearms and defense then it's older cousin. The Warhawk is an older more armored and slower fighter but is highly reliability fighter meant for just about anything. The Arwing may be an old plane but it's newer vers keep making it better it's a very well rounded plane but I feel it's lacking flexibility in it's arsenal. I assume since the wii had the majority sells the last generation Nintendo will have more pilots on there side as well as more experienced pilots due to Starfoxs long run as a game however the Arwing is outdated giving the Hawks an advantage in tech.
Ace pilots Emmett Graves and FoxMcloud need further analysis to understand how they would try to combat one another.
The greatest challenge for me, I guess, is trying to find out how three-way battles work. Of course I remembered doing so myself when I played Medieval 2 Total War where each of the three teams had two armies and one army goes after one team and the other army goes after another team.
But, how this would work with an invasion, well, either the three fight over the city all at once or two invade the city from either side fighting over it as the third tries to defend it. When the two invade the third, it could be like King of the Hill except the defending team already has the hill and has to hold it much longer than the other two.
Now the most amazing scenario I could come up with is how Altair would work under cover when trying to assassinate two generals currently engaged in combat with each other, one Christian and the other Muslim.
I guess you would say that Nathan Zachary would get PWNED in the match, despite the dominance of Microsoft. Mainly because his plane would be extremely primitive compared to that of the planes of the other two forces. But I never seen Edison Trent fight anywhere other than deep space.
If they were working for the United Nations Space Command and had been given some of their fighters. I actually imagined what the two would look like in Halo outfits actually.