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Old 12-16-2012, 09:59 AM
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If any of you have ever flown in an aircraft you would have been keenly aware of every joss-el and bump, and every alt up and down while trying to fly along level. I'm very surprised that nobody seems to care about that in this finale vers,. Airframe is rock solid never moving, same with gauge needles, gun sight and firing a gun, prop wash while behind your target, I could go on...this is supposed to be a sim
In my experience with this community, a "simulation" is the last thing on the vocal members mind.

There should be three versions of the game:

1. Allied superiority - Everything allied is better and physics only works for the Axis

2. Axis superiority - Everything Axis is better and physics only works for the Allies

3. Physics is universal
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Old 12-16-2012, 04:43 PM
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In my experience with this community, a "simulation" is the last thing on the vocal members mind.

There should be three versions of the game:

1. Allied superiority - Everything allied is better and physics only works for the Axis

2. Axis superiority - Everything Axis is better and physics only works for the Allies

3. Physics is universal
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