Summary: Who doesn't like dogfighting? Who doesn't like pirates? Who doesn't like the gilded age with its zeppelins and gangsters? This has all of those things! Despite its age, this game is still ridiculous amounts of fun.
Summary: Crimson Skies is an incredibly fun game. The missions are varied and often quite challenging. I'm a pretty good dogfighter (note: no dogs are actually fought in playing this game), but the stunt and zeppelin missions sometimes took a frustratingly number of tries to get through.
Summary: My wife bought this one for me for Xmas and now, with the new Xbox version on the way, I reloaded this game on my PC to reorient myself in anticipation. It's still the only non-space flying game that I have ever really liked. I agree there are some issues with loading time, but it is SO worth it.
Summary: This is a quickie review, since I have a hard time writting the whole thing in paragraphs. The good: Outstanding graphics, everything is detailed very well Great premise Outstanding atmosphere, complete with great music Outstanding voice acting, some of the best I've ever heard.
Summary: I enjoy flying this game to the max. The joystick control is right on the money, and the force feedback is wonderful. Every 70 caliber bullet fired from your plane recoils the control. High speed flying vibrates like the plane is barely holding together.
Summary: I installed this game on my old system, 475 Mhz AMD, 128M RAM, 3dfx voodoo 3000 graphics. It took forever and a day to make a/c changes or load new games. Installed on my new system. Gateway 700X. 2.2G/P4, 1G RAM, 80G hard drive, 128MB nvidea geforce 4600Ti graphics card, Creative Audigy sound card.
Summary: You've seen all of those other combat flight sim games, and you've always wondered which to buy. Constantly searching the internet for a cool game. But now you can stop searching. You might've read the descriptions above, but don't worry, they are minor problems and will not affect the fun factor of...
Summary: There's Microsoft CFS, Janes WWII Fighters and various other flight sims. There is one similarity. They all are based off of real planes and happenings. But, this game, Crimsin skies, is totally different. This game is set in an alternate 1930's with different planes that are just mindboggling.
Summary: I'm running this on a Dell with P3 600mHz, 256 mb RAM, a 32mb Nvidia G-force video card, and Soundblaster Live soundcard. The game workd superbly. I have all the game settings maxed out and the game runs great: No lock-ups; detailed, smooth video; fast action; great sound.