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About JohnLewis141997

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    Grantham, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
  • Interests
    Ace Combat, History (WW1, WW2, Falklands) Gaming on my PlayStations
  1. S-32(test)

    Send out the Alect Squadron
  2. I wonder if it has kettle to make a brew
  3. Jet Provost.7Z

  4. SF2 DHC-1 Chipmunk Pack

    Beautiful Mate, Wrench do you plan on doing the Jet Provest or the Folland Gnat T.1 with the Red Arrows and Yellow Jack Skins, two classic iconic British Aircraft, I got the one A-team and the quality makes me cringe and just wondering if you plan on doing a better model, I know there are already Gnat models like the F.1 but they different models to the T.1
  5. Vulcan B2

    Don't let Capun hold your work hostage, what I've heard that he is a bit of an arse hole and he and his minions properly see this if so so be it
  6. Vulcan B2

    Rule Britanna! Rule the Sky!
  7. This Is Why You Research Things

    Don't get started on Ace Combat
  8. This Is Why You Research Things

    Well that's a shame because I thought BF3 was a flight sim well my bad
  9. I'm thinking about getting either game but for £28 I really don't want to spend that much on them without knowing what it is like plus a further £20 for the WOFF expansion, What is the performance can it play well on a low-med end laptop (even though they say not to get on a laptop), can it be played with keyboard as I am bit of a keyboard flyer and knowing that they are based on CFS3 and I know what hell it is to play Microsoft Flight Sim with keyboard since it is Joystick focused and just any other things I should know of
  10. This why I prefer 1st Gen SF as when adding mods you can limit the terrain unlike on SF2 and the stock Aircraft and GroundObjects don't reappear if you change location etc, plus it's more simple as everything is in one folder unlike SF2 where you what to go to the Saved Games
  11. @russouk2004 Happy St. Davids Day

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