Recently (and finally) got a decent Xbox controller to play my Steam games with; was just using my PS4 controller before, but the emulation was pretty wonky.
So finally having that, I booted up Ace Combat: Assault Horizon, and I've been having a damn fine time with it. Only played about halfway through back when I first got it for PS3. 'Bout time I got back around to it. And being on PC, it's absolutely as pretty as it can be.
Old-timey Ace Combat fans seem to hate it, partly because it takes place in the "real world" (as opposed to the lightly sci-fi-tinged world of the rest of the series) and partly because of its DFM (dogfight mode) gameplay elements.
But lemme tell ya, as someone who's not normally into flight combat games, it's exactly because of the DFM elements that I find myself so enthralled with this particular game. It basically makes everything waaaay more visceral and exciting than the genre usually is. It essentially makes it so you can enter into a kind of limited rail shooter sequence with your enemies, engaging in high-speed, close-up chases through the sky without requiring that you have the reflexes of The Flash on cocaine. Rad as hell, and the camera does fun stuff like zooming behind your machineguns as you fire them, or following your missiles as they close in for a kill. Not to mention that it has all kinds of other variety too, like door-gunner sequences, bombing runs, and helicopter missions (that honestly play like a modern-day Desert Strike, Jungle Strike, or Urban Strike).
It's old by now (2013), but if you play stuff on Steam, give it a try if it goes on sale. Helluva lot of fun.