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December 2014 Competition

06 December 2014

Posted by MigBuster in CombatACE News
December 2014 Competition We are giving away 5 amazing Digital Combat Simulator (DCS) modules to 4 very lucky people.  1. DCS: MiG-21bis - Fly the last production version of the most produced supersonic jet fighter ever.http://www.digitalco...ducts/mig21bis/ 2. DCS: F-86F Sabre - Fly the F version of the Korean war legend from North American Aviation.http://www.digitalco...products/sabre/ 3. DCS: Flaming Cliffs 3 - For those preferring a lighter simulator experience and a choice of F-15C, Su-27, Su-33, MiG-29A, MiG-29S, A-10A & Su-25A to fly and fight...

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IL-2 Battle of Stalingrad - the...

04 December 2014

Posted by 33LIMA in Game Reviews
The verdict!  Before we get down to brass tacks here, as a lead-in I'm going to run briefly through another SP campaign mission, illustrating some of the features that I think are worth highlighting at this point and have influenced my own verdict on IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad. This was a third effort at flying an intercept in a Yak-1, from our base north of Stalingrad to an area south of the city. Previous efforts had failed to meet my personal objectives, partly as I'd been happy to play the flight leader and see what happened when I cut the others loose on the targe...

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Mini DCS F-86F Sabre Review by E...

30 November 2014

Posted by Skyviper in Game Reviews
Mini DCS F-86F Sabre ReviewBy Eric J For me to go into the history of the Sabre would be utterly not worth the effort because it is a well-known jet as well as being one of the first US production jet fighters.  Having gained experience in Korea during the Korean War, only matched by the Mig-15 and Mig-17, the jet is simply iconic for that reason alone, so a dissertation in the history wouldn’t be applicable for this review, but is applicable in setting the tone for the module for DCS. Flight Model   Having flown the Sabre a few times I can say that the aircraft due t...

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IL-2 Battle of Stalingrad - the...

29 November 2014

Posted by 33LIMA in Game Reviews
  The Single Player campaign   The SP campaign is nicely tied into the historical battle. When you kick it off, you get a campaign selection screen; this lists only Stalingrad but the fact there is such a screen suggests other campaigns could be added later. Having selected the campaign itself, you get this screen. From it, you can see that BoS divides the battle into 'Chapters' (which though not totally sequential, historically, could have been more militarily termed 'phases'). You must make a certain amount of progress in each Chapter, before you can move on to the next. H...

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IL-2 Battle of Stalingrad - the...

28 November 2014

Posted by 33LIMA in Game Reviews
The environment, the options and Quick Missions  The BoS 'map' covers what you'd expect - Stalingrad itself and a large swathe of the area around it, especially to the west, where the Soviet pincers struck. You can see the area covered by the map in the Quick Mission setup screen below. Stalingrad itself is centre right, in the great bend of the River Volga. The ground left of that is the area between the bends in the Volga and the Don, where the Soviet counterattacks came in. First in late November 1942 was Operation Uranus, when attacks from north and south trapped 6th Army. Then in...

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