The Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog is often heard of when looking for flight sticks, but most people are quickly turned away by it’s high price tag. On the other hand it’s praised by many and seems to be a high quality product. Is it worth it? Here’s my review after owning it for over two years.
It went completely unnoticed by me, but on Feb 21st the team behind the gliding flight simulator Condor – The Competition Soaring Simulator released Condor 2 – The Complete Soaring Simulator! What can we expect from it?
After a long time of saying “FSX is good enough”, the decision was made to try out something new: I bought a copy of P3Dv4 Academic. I’ve spent a few hours setting it up and flying, collected my thoughts and experiences and wrote them up for you to judge: Is it worth getting P3D when you already own FSX?
Find below what feels like the longest review in existence.
I’ve had my eye on Aerofly FS 2 (Steam) for a while now. The flight sim made in Germany by IPACS recently came out of early access, so I decided to pick it up! I was especially excited because it has native VR support, which I would have loved in the first sim they released. These are my thoughts after a few hours of flying around. Does it hold up to the standards of Germany manufacturing quality?
A short follow-up on my previous post here.
After not using VR for a while and getting many different updates in the meantime (Windows, Nvidia drivers, FlyInside, Steam VR and whatnot) I grabbed my Vive again and tried it FlyInside once more.
Behold, no a crashes! I can’t exactly say what happened or why, but it would seem some update – or a combination of many updates – fixed FlyInside. Which is very cool!
It’s sad I don’t get around to flying a whole lot lately.