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7 Minutes of Air Combat from Battlefield 1

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#1 JonathanRL


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Posted 07 July 2016 - 03:13:52 PM

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A cry for help, a distant whisper, A foreign nation calling our name, Sent to hell, to reach for heaven, To serve in dark, as light in the black. Sent into battle to aid strangers in need, Gain independence, our forces will lead. Final solution when all others have failed. Liberation is coming our path has been laid. We remember the fields, where our tanks held the line
We remember our brothers in arms. When the war, has been won. And our march home begins.What awaits has not yet been revealed. What was won? what whas lost? Will our deeds be remembered? Are they written on stone or in sand?

#2 Stratos

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Posted 07 July 2016 - 11:25:44 PM

All those hot bullet cases jumping directly to the pilot's face...

#3 33LIMA

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Posted 23 October 2016 - 10:22:50 AM

Yeah, I remember firing the M1 Carbine and the spent cases had a habit of hitting you on the forehead (and leaving little black streaks from the burnt cordite so deposited, like Indian warpaint) - but this is ridiculous. The brass should fall into a box usually, certainly not fly back into the pilot's face. At least they have cockpits, tho in a sim if you spent that long looking straight ahead, even the AI would have you for breakfast!


Otherwise, it reminds me a bit of Wings of War, except the latter's AI flying looks a bit more fluid.


For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Chuck him out, the brute!"
But it's "Saviour of his country!" when the guns begin to shoot!

'Tommy', Rudyard Kipling, 1892

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