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" Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere (1999) " Video Game Series
is an arcade style flight/combat simulation video game series published by the Japanese company Namco. Although set in fictional countries, many details are similar to real-life wars, such as the Persian Gulf War, the Cold War, and World War II, and feature actual present day aircraft, but also fictional ones, especially flying fortresses. The first three titles were released on Sony's PlayStation platform, while three subsequent titles were released on the PlayStation 2 (Ace Combat 4, Ace Combat 5 and Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War). One title, Ace Combat X was released on the PlayStation Portable (PSP) platform and another title, Ace Combat 6 has been recently released on Microsoft's Xbox 360 platform.
The third sequel was played off in a more futuristic setting featuring futuristic planes that were not well received by some. The game appears to be set in the same world as most other games in the series. The Japanese version of this game is very story-driven, featuring 52 missions, multiple endings, and anime-style characters. However, in the North American and European versions, this story was mostly cut out, reducing it to 36 missions and a much more linear storyline. Consequently, this game was generally well-received in Japan, but met much criticism elsewhere.
The only in-flight trainee in Wardog to survive the surprise attack by hostile forces, Nagase holds the position of Wardog 2, although briefly holds the position of Wardog 1 in some missions. Nagase is a strong believer in peace, joining Osea's Air Defence Force in an effort to keep it. She is also the only female pilot in the Wardog Squadron.
When war breaks out, her skill in battle earns the attention of troops on both sides, until her squadron's apparent treachery and subsequent destruction. However, unknown to military and government officials, she and the rest of her squadron survives with the help of the OFS Kestrel and her fleet and take up a new allegiance to a group of joint Osean, Yuktobanian and Yuktobanian Resistance forces in an attempt to end and uncover the truth about the conflict. At this point the team become the lead squadron of these rebels and were nicknamed 'the Ghosts of Razgriz'.
Throughout the war, Nagase blames herself for the loss of her captain's aircraft and his disappearance. In a POW rescue operation, upon attempting to locate Jack Bartlett (Wardog Squadron's former captain) she was shot down in the same manner as she would have been had Bartlett not rescued her. Her guilt is later reduced when they learn of his survival and efforts in helping the Resistance end the war in Yuktobania. Nagase showed growing feelings for Blaze during the war.
Nagases appears in other Ace Combat games, making her one of the few characters to appear in more than one game, and the character with the most appearances in the series. She first appeared in Ace Combat 2 using her same callsign, Edge. In Ace Combat 4, a woman onboard an airliner calls herself "Kei Nagase." Finally, Nagase appears in the Japanese version of Ace Combat 3, in a cutscene, showing that she joined Ouroboros. It is notable that in Ace Combat 3, she looks exactly how she would look in 2049.
Kei Nagase is 7 cm Tall and comes with her own base.
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