I told you I was going to actually review Condor 2 (Homepage) at some point, just give it some time. And here it finally is. I present to you, in a more or less readable form, my thoughts on Condor 2. Enjoy!Continue reading "Condor 2 Review: Thorough and Detailed"
Aerofly FS 2 (in VR): An Updated Review
Some time ago I wrote about Aerofly FS 2 (Homepage). In my post I talked about it's shortcomings, but also how it's VR might be the best on the market for flight sims as it was back then. Unnoticed by me they rolled out an update in February 2018, so it's time for an update of my review, too! Continue reading "Aerofly FS 2 (in VR): An Updated Review"
Condor 2 Released!
Update: My review is finally out! Read it right here.
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?
From FSX to P3D: My Switching Experience
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.
Aerofly FS 2 - Flight Simulation Made In Germany
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 German manufacturing quality?
Update: I've re-reviewed Aerofly FS 2 recently. I recommend reading it after this article; the new one focuses more on VR, while this is more about the bigger picture.
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