If you've never seen an Air Assault game then it's time you did. Air Assault is the ultimate military simulation video game and the basis for the popular Modern Military Shooter series of games. While it was canceled by EA a few years back due to poor marketing sales, this highly addictive series is now available on Windows platforms. Xbox players in fact can find all the current Air Assault maps and content for free. The freebies are available for both Windows and Xbox and can be downloaded directly from the game's official website.
Gametop is the developer of Air Assault for both Xbox and PC. "This project was a joint effort between our studio and Gametop," said Gametop CEO Eric LaVecle. "With the help of a really talented group of individuals, we have developed a game that is engaging and intuitive, as well as providing the player with a persistent and exciting gaming experience," he went on. Gametop was responsible for the creation of the original version of Air Assault for PC but was not involved with the creation of Xbox versions. Today, he is happy with the results.
There are many similarities between the two games. Gametop is also responsible for creating the multi-player mode called Operation Flashpoint, which is featured in some versions of Air Assault. It takes place in a highly immersive military simulation environment where you're tasked with defending friendly soldiers against waves of enemy soldiers and tanks. Gametop is also responsible for creating the "Dust" map, which is used in several versions of Air Assault.