Summary: This is the greatest Flight Sim ever. Jane's got it right in 1999 and "NOBODY" has gotten any better since. True, the graphics and multiplayer has evolved but . . ., the gameplay never improved much beyond this.
Summary: Following in the fine tradition of Jane's the folks at the Skunk Works have done it again. They've give us hard core sim jocks enough to sink our teeth into, if we're not too fussy, and they've still made military flight sims available to the more casual pilot. Most of all, this sim is FUN. With the training missions under your belt you can work up an unlimited number of self done scenarios, or you can jump into any one of the campaigns and see how you fare.
Summary: I bought this game from amazon.com. I haven't stopped playing it since i got it 5 days ago. There are 8 planes. and an extra plane (Mig-29) that you can fly in multiplayer. You can fly in a war that occured in the past or in the future. There is even a mission where you have to save Air Force One from migs just like in the movie. In one mission I had to shot tanks in an A-10 and I ran low on fuel and I got to REFUEL IN MIDAIR.
Summary: My uncle, Col. Robin Olds flew an F-4C Phantom in Vietnam. He had 4 Mig kills and was also a P-51 Mustang Ace in World War II. He played USAF the other night and I heard him yelling to his WSO to check their "6" when a Mig 21 pulled in back of him. This game ROCKS! The closest you will get to the real thing.
Summary: USAF is hands down the best looking flight sim ever created. The beauty of the scenery leaves you breathless as you soar through the plush clouds above Vietnam, Las Vegas, or Iraq. I've been a simmer since the release of gunship and stealth fighter on the commodore 64 (long time ago). Up to this point, nothing has even come close. The missions are somewhat boxed, but that isn't enough to take away the realism of the game.
Summary: This is hands down the best combat simulator I have ever played. First of all, The graphics are the best you can get with the most amazing terrain I've ever seen. the gameplay is excellent and easy and you can record your missions and watch them again at any angle. The game is easy to learn to play and has a great instruction booklet. You can fly up to 8 jets and all of them look and feel different.
Summary: I actually ordered this game as a secondary choice. Boy was I wrong, this is definitely first rate. I was extremely impressed with the level of detail in this simulation. The smooth scrolling of the terrain make low level flight a definite experience. The only drawback is that the AI is severly lacking in creativity. The freindly aircraft will come to your assistance but are dependent on your commands to make any intelligent decission when it come to target engagement.
Summary: What i love most about this game is that you can choose from so many different planes. Everything from 70's era planes from Vietnam, to the latest stealth fighters. This game has it all. The campaigns are very challenging, yet not impossible. It has a unique way to compare your score to other player all over the world, so you always want to try and improve.
Summary: I remember way back when in the early 90s when Janes Combat Simulations came out with Chuck Yeager's Air Combat. Ever since that moment, I knew Janes would be leading the Flight Sim market. I have not been disappointed. With USNavy Fighters, ATF, and Longbow under my belt (all Janes titles), I counted down the days to USAF's release. The game is excellent, combining realism, fun, great graphics, and an awesome mission builder into one nice package.