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Sam Needs bring us his review on this Flight1 product...
Flight1 have been around since 1997. This time they have created and published one of the most innovative add-ons to grace the flight simulation skies. Their team consist of many dedicated staff who worked together with external developers to create some of the most realistic simulations of real world aircraft.
ATR desired a PC based simulation of the 72-500 and went about looking for a team that could offer what they needed. Flight1 were selected as the team to work with ATR on this development. The deal was struck, and over 15,000 man hours later, the product brings to us the most accurate and visually delightful rendition of this aircraft to simmers screens...
You can read the complete review here
FS Global 2005 3rd Edition is the latest Mesh-Scenery add-on brought to us by Pilot
Look for our review of the FS Global 2005 Scenery Addon coming up shortly!! This package contains over 16 times more detail for the Flight Simulator world! One of the most complete terrain detail upgrades available for FS9 and FS2002!
I was clapping my hands with glee as I downloaded Captain Sim's Legendary 707. I had looked at the screen shots and saw the numerous gauges, dials, and other toys. The website even said they all worked. I was not disspointed.
Indeed, the manual had a 16 page section just on the gauges. There was also a 24 page section on flying the thing. However, I wish the manuals were a bit more in depth. They did list every switch, guage, etc, and where it was located, but they really didn
A New review has been added to our library, this time is reviewed the airplane MB339 Aeromacchi Frecce Tricolore, this download has been revised and assembled by Paolo Zamparo that has been based on the model of Massimo Taccoli, Radar of Eric Marciano & Jorge Salas, and the sound of Aaron Swindle, this review has been prepared by The Rhythmosaur.
You can access the review visiting this url: http://www.surclaro.com/MB339_Review
Our contributor, "Cobra Driver" had just released this excelent review for an outstanding aircraft, the "Howard 500 with for FS2004" created by Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, and Joao Paz.
To read this review, please visit the "Howard 500 with VC for FS2004 Review"
The Rhythmosaur bring us a new aircraft review.
This time the aircraft reviewed is the excelent freeware Hawker Tempest MK II
for FS2004 By David Hanvey and Paul Barry.
To read the review, please visit the "Hawker Tempest MK II Review"