Summary: I enjoyed this game. It was better than the first but a whole lot easier than the first too. No trying to run around and guessing where all the parts are and trying to get it done in a time frame of thirty days. This one you are just trying to salvage pieces and earn money for your home company plus you get to have some added help.
Summary: Everything works on this product except for the "up" position, using the top hat. This is the 4 position switch used for looking out the window in 4 separate directions and is located on the top of the right topside arm of the product. I am uncetain if I want to take it apart at this time to investigate the issue.
Summary: I got this yoke to use with Microsoft Flight Simulator. Other people have said that the build quality is poor on this yoke, but what did you expect? It's just a computer game controller, it's not meant to feel like an actual pilot's yoke. If it were, it would probably be much, much more expensive! Yes, the plastic build makes it feel like just another joystick, but I've had it for almost a year and haven't had any problems with it.
Summary: I've read tons of reviews on the TM Cougar before I finally gave in, got my pennies together, and ordered it. All the reviews I read raved about it being the ultimate HOTAS setup for serious flight sim fans. Well, I've had my Cougar now for a few weeks and for the most part, I'd have to agree. It is a quality piece of hardware with very sophisticated programing abilities that's built to last.
Summary: Comrades!! After a glut of western Europe WWII sims, you now have the opportunity to fly over Russia, where Mustangs and Thunderbolts DO NOT roam. Instead, in addition to planes like the Me-109 and FW-190, you get to fly the Stormavik - a sort of do-it-all heavy bomber, strike fighter and (if you're lucky and very good) an interceptor. The Stormavik is sort of like a tank with wings, a WWII version of the A-10 Warthog.
Summary: I recently bought sturmovik and overall am pleased with the purchase. The price i believe is slightly overpriced, but as all ways the price will go down woth time. The main thing with this game is that it isnt a install play game. You need to learn the controls farely well. The first thing about the game is that it is VERY DIFFICULT.
Summary: This is a beautiful sim with an amazing amount of detail. The planes have wonderful flight models with even the different models of the same plane flying very differently from each other. The AI is ok- although not terribly aggressive. I've lost more planes to stalls and collisions than to AI planes. The game also has very nice single mission options with the ability to make quick missions to jump right into the action or design your own intricate missions.
Summary: First of all, this isn't a game, it's a simulator. If you've never flown a flight simulator before, getting up to speed isn't that easy. The default button mappings are odd, and if you don't know what controls do what, you might not even know what controls to map in the first place. While there are tutorials, they certainly aren't good enough for newbies. I had to do some research on how to fly planes to understand exactly what I'm doing.
Summary: My name is Jason and yes the IL2 Sturmovik 1946 is a really great game.I really enjoy flying around the world in WorldWar II and seeing all the action at the same time.I have only one thing to ask if possible,how do you get to the other games on the IL2 sturmovik 1946,like playing the Ace part.If its not to much to ask for,could I get some help on this matter.Thank you Jason.