Summary: My 12-year old son was happy with the game. It is a little too violent for my tastes. However, ordering from Amazon was easy and the price was about the same as Wal-Mart; plus I did not have to wait for someone to wait on me.
Summary: Well, if you've played IL-2 Sturmovik on the PC, you'll realize that the console versions aren't exactly the same. It's like they're two completely different games. However, it's not a bad thing. But if you want a more realistic WWII flight experience, get IL-2 Sturmovik:1946 on the PC.
Summary: I bought this game after I read a review on it. I enjoy similators and this did not disappoint. I will tell you that combat mode in the realistic setting is flipping hard! I think it would be easier if you were sitting in the actual cockpit and able to look around to see the enemy, but I had a hard...
Summary: I enjoyed the game, but I have run out of things to do. The graphics are stunning, the flight control is intuitive, the campaign is excellent, and their are plenty of planes to choose from (my favorite is the IL-2M).
Summary: This is what I wanted, may be not everybody's cup of tea, but I was looking for a good WW2 simulator and I have to say I have fun with this game. Currently I am using the Arcade mode. The graphics are really good and I do not have complaints.
Summary: I've been playing flight simulators since the early 1990's. My repertoire consists of Chuck Yeager's Air Combat, Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator, and the Ace Combat Series. So, you could say that I know what a good flight simulator consists of.
Summary: This is the first flight sim I've bought in many many years. Graphics are great and I'm playing in arcade mode rather than full sim. 7 year old son also seems to be able to enjoy it. Will be many months before completion I guess.
Summary: The game played in Arcade mode is pretty easy and entertaining. There is no fast forward, so it makes long flights somewhat boring as you have to fly across countryside with no action until you get to the next target.