Published on 26th June 2009 by
Originally Posted by James Gorbold... any budding pilot should be able to jump into a fixed-wing aircraft and take off with relative easy.
Originally Posted by LizardIf you're having trouble mastering flying I'd suggest loading up the editor, plonking down the aircraft of your choice and just flying around freely. The benefit of pracitising in the editor like this is that there are no mission objectives or enemies to get in your way so you can simply fly around and do as you please.
Originally Posted by Jack_PepsiOne thing I did spot was easy instead of ease..
Originally Posted by Action_Parsnipoooooooh this is bf2 sized timesink ALL OVER AGAIN! damn u i had plans for the summer! :P
what kind of settings/view distance could i squeeze out of a q670@3ghz, 4gb ram and a 4870 512mb at 1400x900 under Win XP???
Could it even run 10km for a laugh or would that be a frame buffer issue??
vast amount of lot of data to process and render.
Originally Posted by LizardYes, you can fly with a joystick. However, although I'm also a flight sim purist I actually find it easier flying helicopters with the keyboard and mouse.
Originally Posted by bogie170Far too many buttons to do anything. By the time you press escape find the right button you are dead.
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