Summary: Has changed much over the years, I find it has a high learning cure but that's probably just me. Too bad it was available for download... I hate having to insert the game disk (Steam has spoiled me there!:))
Summary: I bought CFS 3 as it's required to have on your computer first if you're going to run a WW 1 air combat game called "Wings: Over Flanders Fields". While I haven't played CFS 3 much, that may change. I can say it looks very well made; sophisticated in both concept and execution.
Summary: Good but, not great. Graphics are a bit dated and control learning curve is a little steep. Not a game. This is good if you want to know how your uncle (well, maybe your great granddad, i am a bit older than most of you) really felt flying one of these icons of WWII.
Combat Flight Simulator 3 - Battle for Europe, running in Windows 7
Jack L., Amazon
1 February 2014
Summary: Maybe I'm just not good at flying WWII fighters (yet), but I had trouble finding the enemy planes, and they shot me down before I could usually find them. I'm not a game player, and I bought this just because it was cheap and I wanted to see how well it worked with the Logitech 3D Pro Joystick.
Summary: CFS3 is a very interesting simulator. Its fun and you get what you paid for it but that's all you get. The planes fly pretty lazily however they do fly. If you're looking for a nice WWII simulator that's lots of fun then I would go with IL2.
Summary: SOMEWHERE IN THE VAST DISCTHERE ARE INSTRUCTIONS AS TO HOW THIS ALL WORKS. BUT, I HAVE YET TO FIND ANY THING THAT RESEMBLES INSTRUCTIONS. IT MUST ALL BE INTUITUIVE, BUY MY INTUITION FAILS ME. I HAVE FIVE OR SO OTHER FLIGHT DISCS AND GET ALONG WITH THEM OKAY. WHAT DID I MISS?