Reviews and Problems with Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight
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Clorman Borno "robk2", amazon.ca
15 January 2004
Summary: Well, the game's graphics are ok, but I think that the creators could have used satellite imaging to make real buildings. Outside of the big cities the buildings are the same. And there is no storyline or objectives, so if you want to be bored for half an hour, play this game.
Summary: I installed this Microslut game on a relatively new dell desktop, xp, latest video card and drivers, etc. After install it wouldn't even load up when I tried to start it,,,got the splash screen then it quits. Tried all of the so-called fixes from MS, clean boot, reinstall, video+audio drivers and settings, etc. etc. etc. and still nothing! Apparently there is an "issue" somewhere. screeew it, compusa can have the dam thing back!!!
Summary: I have NEVER had a computer game do more mischievous damage to my computer than Flight Simulator 2004 did when I tried to install it! First of all, the game would not operate at all, a complete disaster! Second of all, it reconfigured my sound card settings so badly, that it took me two weeks to straighten them out. Third, in it's ActiveX whirlwind slash session through the cortex of my system, it scrambled the only other two games I had on my system.