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Review of Fright Stimulator on "The Inquirer" website.

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This is an "interesting" review of FSX by website TheInquirer.net. http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=36643I have to question some of the writers comments though. Some highlights..."There are two versions of the game available, but we reviewed the Standard Edition, not the Deluxe one. Deluxe differs from bog standard by offering more planes... and that

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Why do his comments baffle you, it's The Inquirer, not exactly a credible source of info, LOL. Just reading his comments shows he has no clue.Regards, MichaelKDFW

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>Why do his comments baffle you, it's The Inquirer, not>exactly a credible source of info, LOL. Just reading his>comments shows he has no clue.>>Regards, Michael>KDFWIncredible realistic what is summarized in this (incredible?) article (worth of reading it). And - sorry - it summarizes exactly my Experience and Meanings from the frustrating last 2 FSX-Monts's.After over 20 Years of FSim-Experience with own designed Scenerys, Aiplanes and many Hours of Flight-Time I changed my Focus now to AURAN's TRS2004 (public "TrainZ"). There I can realy have fun and simulation for much less Money (I updated my ATHLON64 3500, 1 GB Sytem for FSX with a ATI RADEOM 1900XT - 512MB, w/o much benefit) and the Community Downloads are much better than what I've seen for FSX in the last 2 Monts (Sorry to the Designers but acceptable M$-Design - Tools are also still missing...).Regards Heinz-Werner

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