|After Burner: Black Falcon|
|Developer: Planet Moon Studios|
|System(s): PlayStation Portable|
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After Burner: Black Falcon is an air combat simulation game developed by Planet Moon Studios and published by Sega exclusively for the PlayStation Portable. It is a sequel to After Burner Climax and the first After Burner game not to be released in arcades.
The player has 19 planes to choose from, each with its own customisable set of weapons and accessories. The game has two multiplayer modes: either two-player cooperative or up to eight-player deathmatch.
|PlayStation Portable, ES|
|Games in the After Burner Series|
|After Burner (1987) | After Burner II (home computers) (1987) | G-LOC: Air Battle (1990) | Strike Fighter (1991) | Sky Target (1995) | Sega Strike Fighter (2000) | After Burner Climax (2006)|
|After Burner (1987)|
|After Burner (1988)|
|After Burner III (1992)|
|After Burner Complete (1995)|
|Sega Ages After Burner II (1996)|
|Sky Target (1997)|
|After Burner II (200x)|
|Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 10: After Burner II (2004)|
|After Burner: Black Falcon (2007)|
|After Burner Climax (2010)|
|3D After Burner II (2013)|
|After Burner Climax (2013)|
|After Burner related media|
|Sega Game Music Vol. 3 After Burner (1987) | After Burner (1990) | Strike Fighter (1991) | Yu Suzuki Produce After Burner II (1997) | Yu Suzuki Produce G-LOC/R360/Virtua Racing (1998) | After Burner Climax Sound Track (2006) | Retro Game Anthology #5 -AFTER BURNER in DREAM- (2007) | After Burner 20th Anniversary Box (2007)|
|After Burner (1987) | After Burner / Super Hang-On (1987)|