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Review of FS2K2 in British "Quality" Press

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The following is a review of FS 2002 published in the Daily Telegraph on Tuesdday 23 July 2002. It also contained an image of the virtual cokpit from a B737. Well written and very comprehensive don't you think. Is this what makes my life complete?Full review at:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/connected/main....equestid=434855Flight Simulator 2002 (PC) This is the latest version of the undisputed leader in realistic flight simulation, a position which is both a strength and a weakness.If you want instant gaming and excitement, look elsewhere as mastering this software is like an evening class in car engines - it takes time. There is extensive video-based tutorial to help you through it. A joystick is not compulsory but advisable. You can fly dozens of aircraft just about anywhere in the world, with an incredible level of detail. Every city is carefully reproduced, every aircraft warning beep eerily realistic. This requires an up to date PC - if yours is more than two years old you can still play but will have less intense graphics.If you have immense patience and a fairly serious interest in flying (real pilots use this software for training purposes) then look no further. But it is not a game to be approached casually.:-lol :-lol :-lol

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So much for our 'quality' newspapers :-lol And nice to see they are so quick to review new software :-lol :-lol

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