Reviews and Problems with Rise of Flight: The First Great Air War
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Great to have all the improvements in one excellent package
5 September 2010
Summary: This game has come a long way since the first edition was released a year ago. The flight model and damage effects were great fun from the start. Now they've cleaned up the bugs, added some phenomenal lighting effects and two campaigns. Plus the game now comes with 8 flyable aircraft! That might not sound like much, but it takes time to know and love each individual plane. Anyone looking for an atmospheric, realistic flying experience will not be disappointed!
Summary: To be fair, I did not buy this edition and went for the earlier $40 version because of the negative review here claiming this game crashed their computer.But then I got in contact with the game developers and discussed the review about this version of ROF crashing computers and They said to me that the problems must be with this person's computer.
Summary: Lets face it the only thing computers are really good at are manipulating pixels... whether in an image or as in this case - a game. Yes, the load times are a pain, the (still) limited number of planes (bombers/recon.) are a minus and little quirks in the game are something to hope for a fix in a patch... but WOW what an amazing, immersive, thrill to be in a WWI airplane in this game.
Summary: Ok this a new russian ww1 flight sim, as usual i'll start with the "good stuff" my set-up is xp-pro dual-core 2.65mhz + radion 300 card ect, after a week of trying this sim i'm well impressed seeing that the game has just been born and needs a few weeks/months to mature abit, i had NO trouble setting it up on windows and to reg on the games server was a breeze and going on the quality of the aircraft i purchased 2 more right away . . .