Rise of Flight is the most realistic WWI PC flight simulation ever created. Take to the skies of war torn Europe and experience daring air combat at the dawn of aviation. Re-enact famous air battles fought by legendary aces such as Manfred von Richtofen, James McCudden, Georges Guynemer and Eddie Rickenbacker.
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"Understand that this is not Ace Combat. This is "keeping your plane in the air," but if you really want that feel of flying an old biplane, this is it."
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25 mai

ROF's 6th anniversary sale

Dear pilots!

This May we celebrate the amazing 6th anniversary of Rise of Flight’s initial release and we enter its 7th year of availability. It’s hard to believe that so many challenging, but greatly creative years have passed since we began working on ROF – but we see ROF still alive and in good health thanks to ROF’s wonderful community.

In appreciation of the continued support of our dear players, and to show Rise of Flight our love we are making these three excellent announcements.

First, the game will be updated in the beginning of June with a pack of bug fixes. In particular, we’re addressing the broken gunner system - getting the issue fixed will no doubt be a big relief to all bomber pilots and server operators.

Second, in addition to the project’s first Russian aircraft ILYA Muromets we’re are releasing a new airplane! It is the S-16 fighter created by the renowned aircraft designer Igor Sikorsky, Russia’s very first mass-production fighter plane with a machine-gun synchronizer. Now you can escort the big S-22 on combat missions!





And finally, to celebrate ROF’s the 7th year on the market we’re launching a 70% off sale on all game content (except ILYA Muromets and upcoming S-16). It’s a wonderful bargain and also a chance to check out the new store page on our updated official site. The sale will of course be going on Steam as well. The 70% discount will remain active from May 25th till June 1st.

Thanks for your continued support, and see you in the skies of ROF!

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25 mai

ROF's 6th anniversary sale

Dear pilots!

This May we celebrate the amazing 6th anniversary of Rise of Flight’s initial release and we enter its 7th year of availability. It’s hard to believe that so many challenging, but greatly creative years have passed since we began working on ROF – but we see ROF still alive and in good health thanks to ROF’s wonderful community.

In appreciation of the continued support of our dear players, and to show Rise of Flight our love we are making these three excellent announcements.

First, the game will be updated in the beginning of June with a pack of bug fixes. In particular, we’re addressing the broken gunner system - getting the issue fixed will no doubt be a big relief to all bomber pilots and server operators.

Second, in addition to the project’s first Russian aircraft ILYA Muromets we’re are releasing a new airplane! It is the S-16 fighter created by the renowned aircraft designer Igor Sikorsky, Russia’s very first mass-production fighter plane with a machine-gun synchronizer. Now you can escort the big S-22 on combat missions!





And finally, to celebrate ROF’s the 7th year on the market we’re launching a 70% off sale on all game content (except ILYA Muromets and upcoming S-16). It’s a wonderful bargain and also a chance to check out the new store page on our updated official site. The sale will of course be going on Steam as well. The 70% discount will remain active from May 25th till June 1st.

Thanks for your continued support, and see you in the skies of ROF!

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Articles

“It's easily one of the best flying and best looking games on the market”
7.9 – http://www.ign.com/articles/2009/07/08/rise-of-flight-review

“Gorgeous graphics, sweet flight model, and superb AI”
82 – PC Gamer

“It is one of the great sims of its era and may well become the definitive WWI sim for the next half-century.”
http://www.simhq.com/_air14/air_520a.html

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To use content purchased on Steam you need to activate the license key in your profile at http://riseofflight.com
1) open the CD Key tab in Steam Library, and copy the key to clipboard;
2) go to License Keys section in your ROF profile (http://riseofflight.com/store/license-keys/) and activate your key there.

À propos de ce jeu

Rise of Flight is the most realistic WWI PC flight simulation ever created. Take to the skies of war torn Europe and experience daring air combat at the dawn of aviation. Re-enact famous air battles fought by legendary aces such as Manfred von Richtofen, James McCudden, Georges Guynemer and Eddie Rickenbacker. Rise of Flight transports you to a time when courageous pilots fought each other for control of the sky high above the bloody trenches. In aircraft made of canvas and wood they battled to the death. While some survived to become legends, most met a fiery fate. Do you have the skills and the courage to become an Ace?

Rise of Flight: Channel Battles Edition includes all the features which made the original Rise of Flight an award winner including one of the Best 100 games of All Time from PC Gamer and the Platinum Award from PC Pilot magazine. You’ll experience a cutting edge flight-sim experience such as advanced flight-models, adjustable difficulty settings, a complex physics engine and an industry leading progressive damage model. And don’t forget the gorgeous graphics, awesome special effects, beautiful 3D models, detailed terrain and challenging artificial intelligence. Rise of Flight Channel Battles Edition has something for every flight-sim fan, from single player campaigns to multiplayer dogfights, but one thing is for certain, the aerial combat in intense and brutal!

Rise of Flight: Channel Battles Edition is just the beginning of your adventure. There are more than twenty new flyable aircraft available for purchase along with additional content from the Steam store in the form of Booster/Content Packs. The Booster/Content Packs include not only airplanes, but other helpful items such as Field Modifications and Weapon Modifications for your aircraft which can help you be a more effective combat pilot. The Rise of Flight universe continues to expand with new flyable aircraft and game updates added on a regular basis. The Rise of Flight sky knows no limit.

Modes of Gameplay


Quick Mission Builder – The Quick Mission Builder (QMB) allows you to create a combat encounter very quickly. Simply select the parameters of fight using our easy to use interface. You can select the location, planes, weapons, skins, altitudes, wind, clouds and weather. You can also select from three different types of engagements – Skirmish, Survival and Duel.

Missions – These are custom stand-alone single missions you can fly to hone your combat skills. You can choose from Free Flight and Scenarios. The available missions are connected to the planes available for you to fly. Missions for the SPAD 13, Nieuport 17, Nieuport 28, Albatros D.Va, Fokker D.VII, Fokker DR.1, Pfalz D.XII, Sopwith Camel, S.E.5a and Felixstowe F.2a.are included.

Campaign – These are scripted campaigns designed to tell an immersive story. There are three campaigns available- Hat in the Ring, Du Doch Nicht and Training. Flying the campaigns is a good way to practice your combat skills before you venture into a pilot career.

Pilot Career – A pilot career allows you to choose from many different squadrons and fly historically based mission types throughout the war. You can choose what squadron you fly for and the date you start. You can also choose a biography for the pilot and starting rank. As you progress through the career, you will earn promotions in rank and earn medals for your bravery and skill. The career mode includes dynamic elements and no two missions are exactly the same. You’ll face historically accurate enemy squadrons and occasionally encounter deadly enemy aces in combat. If you survive long enough, you can become the squadron leader and take charge of daily pilot assignments and mission planning.

Multiplayer – ROF has a robust MP environment with a built in server browser. You can join MP matches easily or you can join simply to be a spectator. There are several types of multiplayer matches including Cooperative (CO-OP), Dogfight (TDM) and Objective Based (CTF). Each type of server has different goals and rules. The server locator screen can help you determine which match is best for you. It lists the server’s description, mission rotation, players, ping, location and difficulty settings. Once you join a match you can fly a single seat fighter or bomber. You can also fly as a machine gunner on a multi-crew aircraft such a bomber or recon plane. The choice is yours.

Key Features


  • Fly the SPAD 13, Nieuport 17, Nieuport 28, Albatros D.Va, Fokker D.VII, Fokker DR.1, Pfalz D.XII, Sopwith Camel, S.E.5a and the legendary Felixstowe F.2a.
  • Patrol over the Channel Map which includes Northern France, Southern England and the Flanders area of Belgium with realistic coastlines, villages and ports.
  • New Pilot Career over the Channel Map and Special “Channel Battles” mission-set are included featuring the gigantic Felixstowe F.2a flying boat.
  • Advanced graphics featuring High Dynamic Range (HDR) lighting, blinding sun glare, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, dark moonlit nights with stars and realistic looking raindrops and oil splatter on pilot goggles.
  • G-effects with blackout, red out and wounded pilot effects featuring blood splatter, ringing ears and control difficulty.
  • Practice teamwork with by manning additional Gunner Positions. You get unlimited access to multi-crew airplanes in Multiplayer matches. Protect your plane’s six o’clock!
  • Fly in Online Multiplayer servers. MP modes include Dogfight and CO-OP. Search for multiplayer servers with a built-in server browser.
  • New Leaderboards - Every Rise of Flight user has a unique user account and our system can track your multiplayer combat statistics if you choose to fly on special servers. On the Rise of Flight website there is a Leaderboard that lists the best ROF pilots throughout the world. The leaderboard displays many interesting statistics about your deadliest enemies. And you can see how you performed in your MP matches. If your stats aren’t impressive it’s ok. Just keep practicing!

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Win XP SP3, Vista, 7 and 8 (32 or 64 bit)
    • Processor: Win XP: Intel® Core 2™ Duo 2.4 GHz or comparable AMD chip
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB video memory / GeForce 8800GT / Radeon HD3500
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Initial activation requires internet connection for User Account creation inside game interface. Internet connection required for use of some game modes. 256kbs Internet connection or faster required for internet play. An offline mode is also available for certain game modes. Software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, DirectX 9c, Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework, Visual C++ Redistributable 2005. Controller: DirectX Compatible joystick or other controller recommended.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Win XP SP3, Vista, 7, 8 (32 or 64 bit)
    • Processor: Intel® Core® i5 / i7 2.6 GHz or comparable AMD chip
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1024MB video memory or higher / GeForce GTX 260 / Radeon HD5850
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Initial activation requires internet connection for User Account creation inside game interface. Internet connection required for use of some game modes. 256kbs Internet connection or faster required for internet play. An offline mode is also available for certain game modes. Software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, DirectX 9c, Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework, Visual C++ Redistributable 2005. Controller: DirectX Compatible joystick or other controller recommended.
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Posté le : 25 mai
On va tout de suite commencer avec le GROS point noir du jeu: le prix.

Durant de nombreuses années, nous avons critiqué la plupart des éditeurs avec la belle mode des DLC payant qui offre vraiment pas grand-chose pour le prix. Activision, Ubisof et EA sont les plus connus. Et bien figurez-vous que c'est des rigolos face aux développeurs de ROF.

Car en plus de payer le jeu de base 45 euros, ils vont font payer un prix exorbitant les avions et leurs améliorations qui vont avec.

Pour être sur d'avoir le jeu complet il faut débourser pas moins de 250 euros. À ma connaissance ROF reste la plus grosse arnaque vidéoludique, à moins que je me trompe.


Pour mon pars j'ai eu l'intelligence ou pas de le prendre chez un vendeur de clé, pour 6 euros avec 2 DLC, oui c'est mal mais bon, les carottes c'est bon mais dans l'oignon ça fait un peu mal. Être passionné de jeu vidéo c'est bien mais évité d'etre une vache à lait c'est mieux.


Je descends le jeu juste pour ça car pour le reste c'est du tout bon.

Donc ROF est une simulation dans le contexte de la Première Guerre mondiale, extrêmement pousse. Poussee a un point rarement vu dans ce genre de simulation, la série des Faclon a l'epoque poussé le truc assez loin tout comme les Flight Simulator... Mais dans le contexte présenté vous allez en baver, car piloté un Fokker ou un Nieuport ce n'est pas comme piloter un F16 ou un MIG.

Dans une interface sobre mais jolie plusieurs options sont à votre disposition. Les missions rapides et missions sont là pour jouer sans fioritures, mais si vous n'avez que la version de base, très peu de missions sont dispos, car elles corresponde à un avion ou une période spécifique de la guerre.

Il y a ensuite le mode campagne qui permet de jouer un scénario propre à un pays, et contient une campagne d'entraînement indispensable pour connaitre les ficelles du pilotage de ces vieux coucous. Mais il n'y a pas vraiment beaucoup de choix, car comme je le repete je n'ai que la version de base.

Et le mode le plus sympa est le mode carrière, où l'on tient le rôle d'un pilote tout au long de la guerre, comme toujours avoir tous les avions permettent plus de choix dans les escadrons ou de commencer plus tot dans la guerre. Ce mode est vraiment sympa car on évolue dans l'escadron au fil des semaines, on suit les missions des autres membres de l'escadre, on étudie les rapports de reconnaissance pour les futurs sortie, on lit les dépêches dans les journaux pour suivre l'évolution de la guerre et l'évolution des tableaux de chasse des as. Non l'immersion est totale et c'est un gros point positif.


Je passe sur le multi car je n'ai pas assez de bouteille pour donner une critique constructive, mais nul doute qu'elle doit être épique.

Maintenant le gros point positif de ROF: l'immersion globale du titre. Déjà graphiquement c'est soigné, c'est même carrement sublime avec toutes les options au max, rayon du soleil qui éblouit, passage dans les nuages réalistes, pluie plus vraie que nature, carlingues des appareils bien détaillées bref du bonheur. Au sol ce n'est pas en reste non plus, pas mal de petits détails comme les tranchées, les voies ferrées, les villages, les forêts etc. Tout est bien modélisé, de ce côté là ROF est irréprochable.

Niveau réalisme ROF est vraiment au top, a moins de faire des réglages pour rendre le vol plus facile ( que je recommande pour se faire la main ) tout est paramétrable. Démarrage du moteur, mélange du carburant, de l'huile, décollage et atterrissage tout sont à faire soi-même, surveiller le régime moteur, désenrayer les mitrailleuses, donner des ordres à ses ailiers tout dois être fait par le joueur. En gros comme un vrai pilote de cette époque quoi.

Je parle maintenant de LA grosse partie non négligeable du jeu, la physique...

Ultra réaliste, un vieux coucou n'est pas un jet, partez trop longtemps en piqué et vous arracherez les ailes, viré trop brusquement l'avion peut se disloquer, idem avec les impacts sur les carlingues, suivant là où vous allez tirer le résultat ne sera pas le même...

Une balle touche une partie de l'aile, l'aile commencera à montrer des signes de faiblesse, pire si le pilote fait un mouvement trop violent il peut la perdre en vol. Le moteur est touché, l'avion trop lourd perd de l'altitude pour atterir en catastrophe ou pire s'ecraser a flan de montagne ou dans une foret. Bref tout peut arriver en combat aérien, pas de point de vie, si vous touchez le pilote directement il meurt ou au mieux etre blessé. Etc Etc. Etc.

Non si on oublie le système honteux des prix des DLC, ROF est un très grand simulateur.

Donc je ne peux que le conseiller

Note globale: 17/20
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You pay a lot for very little! Yes, it is a very good flight sim: one of the best I have tried. However, the price point for the base game gives you only the basics and then you have to dish out a heck of a lot of money just for some basic enhancements... like planes that should have been available from the start!.

On the Steam December 2014 sale the game is on for 60% off, which means the base game and the DLC will still cost you about $120...OMG! for that kind of money I should be able to have every piece of kit that flew in the sky in the First World War!.

Now get this, if $120 at 60% off doesn't satisfy your need to open your wallet, just remember the undiscounted price is $55 for the game plus $240 fprDLC! These guys are as greedy as the guys that develop and market the DCS World sim.

So, if you really want to exprience a good WW1 flight sim, then get it while it's on sale, because that kind of money would be better spent on something more enriching than wasting your time on a computer, like taking your love for a romantic getaway, :-)

Now, I appeciated good quality software development. I always look for historically accurate depictions of warfare. I really love it when these two factors come together. This game system is a rare breed that achieves this in a fairly good way. The flight dymantics a great. The planes beautiful. The adversaries deadly. Its a pretty good game.

But I will be ♥♥♥♥ed if I dish out that kind of money for DLC. I will wait for a better product with more reasonable price model.
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This simulator opened a world of fascination for me. After playing for two weeks or so, I began to look for anything about WWI aviation -- stories, movies, books, and airplane models. The level of historical detail in Rise of Flight is extremely impressive, especially the vast variety of historical "skins" for the planes you fly, and how certain planes are available to certain squadrons at specific points during the war (in career mode).

It's tough going at first, and I managed to crash probably 20 times before I managed to get my first kill in a dogfight. Once you learn about the quirks and idiosyncrasies of the individual planes, it gets much easier. Be sure to check out Requiem's excellent tutorial videos for a smoother start.

If you are into flight simulators or the history of WWI in any way, I very much recommend Rise of Flight.
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now when i got this game i didn't understand why it had mixed reviews, i watch videos on youtube and the flight simulator community eats this game up like a fresch cherry pie, they seem to love the hell out of it and talk so highly out of it, so when i saw the mixed reviews i was kind of suprised, and didn't undersand and now I do... now before i get too that lets get too the Pros of the game.

PROS
the pros of this game are simple, if you are a avid flight simulator player like myself you will enjoy the higher graphics the game has to offer, clean, smooth, the game has VERY nice graphics and seem to be somewhat realistic in appearence on the aircraft, the cockpits also are nicely detailed with working gauges, instroments and controls, and just like any other flight simulator getting kill after kill is addicting. damage effects are pretty spectacular too watch, peaces of wing come off, fires spread rather than just rapidly burst, props break, holes develope on the aircraft pretty much where you hit your target, very very nice... skins for the aircraft are also relatively easy too mod aside from the fact you have to have a higher setting for your editor so your skins don't look all pixely.

CONS
this is where i get too undersand things, if you are not a avid or hard core flight simulator player like myself, you will probably NOT like this game, in hard mode the planes seem too be VERY difficult too fly, i understand the old war birds wherent easy too fly, but come on guys the DR-1 Fokker triplane could turn too the left without rapily jerking into a stall so easily, and its either you have this on and can perform coplex maneuvers that require a stall, or you turn it off and can hardly stall the plane at all to do spacific complex maneuvers, in CFS3 or FSX you could adjust the difficulty marginally and get used to the difficulty, i guess i was spoiled buy that? doing simple maneuvers such as the immelman turn, the barrel role, seem impossible, these aircraft seem too have the roll rate of a lead brick, especually at lower speeds, but even at higher i noticed once the aircraft seems to go inverted it just wants to stop rolling and it drops out of the sky, i have a feeling these aircraft really rolled faster than that as this was the erra maneuvers such as the Immelman turn, or the barrel role where conceved, and don't even start to get me going on the camera controls, they work really good when you only have 4 or 5 enemy planes in a formation, at the push of a button you can set your pilot too view your enemy looking straight at him from the cockpit, but when you are blistering buy everyone in a Spad XIII, its difficult too get a lock on one target too stay focused on it, you loose targets all the time and its REALLY frustrating, because suddenly as you click the button on your joystick your guy looks at a DR-1 Fokker that blistered buy with no intention of shooting you... this is frustrating when your 6 inches from the ground trying too keep track of how close you are too it and you cycle between a forward looking down the sights cockpit view, and looking right at your enemy, there appears no way too select one target out so you don't have this happen, once again something i was spoiled buy in several flight simulators i suppose. and lastly, why don't all the planes come with the game, why are there only 10 of the some 30-40 planes avalible too fly? and why do 4 of them cost some $25? i just got done paying $50 or so dollars for this game and we have all these issues that i don't have with a flight simulator that was made back in 2001...

VERDICT
i suppose i would recommend it too some avid flight sim players or obsessed gamers where thats all they do with there life is eat chips and play games, its fun and has good graphics, other than that if you are looking for a fun arcade style shooter flier, or are a beginner, i suggest staying away...
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Posté le : 23 décembre 2014
Much like new pilots during WWI, you're mostly thrown a manual in one hand and the joystick in the other, but believe me, the feeling you get when you score your first kill is beyond compare.
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Posté le : 31 mars
Best WW1 Flight Sim Available ...
Even Though I've Owned The Full Game For 5 Years,
I Didn't Hesitate To Buy The Steam Version. ( 21 buck on sale )
All Good & Now ...
Considering Buying It As A Gift I See The Full Prices ...
$55 - Game & 8 Planes + Basic Mission Stuff
$33 - Aces Pack DLC ( Confusing Mess )
$28 x 2 - Mindless Random DLC
Total = $144.00 - Get's You A Partial Game & Countless Micro-Transactions To Buy
Well Golly Gosh Gee STEAM !
My Best Advice Is You Guys Put Down That Pipe,
And Get To Work On That Sales Strategy.
Just So You Dont Lose Countless Thousands Of Willing Customers Like Me.
Bones, signing out ...
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I've played RoF standalone for years and only utilized the Steam store for purchases. It works, yes. Just use the account that has your steam purchased aircraft and log in on a standalone version.

At anyrate, this is the finest sim that covers the first real air-war.

Yes, it's a bit of an investment. It can be expensive, but it's worth it given the amount of content there is.

It features awesome campaigns and career modes in addition to fun multiplayer.

If you dig these old fabric and wood dogfighters, this is your game.

And, want to try it for free? Head on over to the Rise of Flight website and try the free version. The hell of it is, it gives you access to two of the best fighters in game as well as a third one since the unified upgrade.
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Posté le : 28 janvier
Rise of Fart: Flannel Battles Edition


Great game with graphics that stand strong in todays game selection, even though it was released in 2013

Great physics that make you feel the slow, the slow that is a bi-plane

Wing ripping damage model, the wings can actually shear off by overloading.

Localized damage with realistic damage mapping



If it is a true flight sim you are looking for, you wont find anything more challenging than this one.

-your true biggest enemy is yourself, especially if you are like me and push the limit with no regard to consequence
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Posté le : 19 décembre 2014
Best flight sim I have ever played.
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Posté le : 21 mai
This game is amazing the controls are a little hard but you get used to it.Yes it is pricey and is tricky to set up but its worth it
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This is a really fun flight sim.

This is a game where you can jack up the realism settings to maximum and still have a good time. All the annoying boring parts of flightsims, like propeller feathering, fuel mixture, radiator settings, radar calibration, complicated start up sequences? None of those have been invented yet.
Neither have parachutes.

On top of that, WW1 dogfights are in many ways even more fun than dogfights in WW2 aircraft. The planes are slower, more agile, and more fragile, so you can't just dive in from fifty million feet and wipe someone out before they have a chance to respond. You can try it, but your wings will snap off when you pull up. Engagements are terrifyingly close, and collision is always a very real threat, or option, depending on how much of a maniac you are.

Dogfights also last a lot longer. The planes are reasonably tough by virtue of effectively being large kites. If you don't hit the engine or the pilot, you won't do much more than superficial damage. Most of the planes carry plenty of bullets, too, so you'll get at least one extended dogfight per mission even if you waste ammunition.

The demo version, available on the website, lets your friends fly two very good planes for free, or occupy any gunner position in any aircraft, so you can get your friends to play with you even if they're broke and don't own a joystick. It's a generous move that makes up for the irritating DLC model used for the rest of the game.
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Posté le : 21 avril
Buy the DLC to unlock this review
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though the devs DEFINITELY rip you off bigtime with the DLC, the game itself is excellent. ww1 dogfighting at its best. the detail is incredible and theres so many different planes and missions to choose from. people have complained that some aspects dont work and that the multiplayer servers are laggy. having not experienced this, i cannot comment. in all, i would say perhaps wait for this (and especially the DLC if you so choose to buy it) to come out on sale, such as during this christmas sale. if youre a fan of flight sims and a WWI buff in general, this is the game for you
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It feels awesome to patrol the air high over no man's land, eyes flicking between guages and the open sky, knowing that a lapse in concentration on either could mean death. You spot a plane, check your compass, his heading could mean enemy or friendly, dive to gain speed, he's spotted you, you're zoomed in as much as possible, wind is blasting your ears, muffling the spluttering engine. Sights are on him, heart's pumping, check for stoppage in the machine guns, trigger set, here we go, aaaaaand it's a friendly. Wave off, Never mind

The game itself is fantastic, great flight model. Multiplayer that has population (for now) and doesnt babysit you. It forces you to respect your engine and airspeed, windage, ammunition and fuel load. Most flight sims do this, but only in RoF have i managed to play a good multiplayer match that doesn't hold your hand.

All of this would be so grand if they didnt rip me off on available planes. Some nutsack in marketing at 777 decided that purchasing the game will only give you 5-6 planes, when they had created over 20 for the game. I'm used to seeing this on flight simulators, but unless I can click panel buttons and instruments, 25 dollars for 2 planes and a field modification is not good enough for digital distribution.

I joined a multiplayer map where I hadn't purchased any of the planes available for the map and so only had the choice of being a gunner. Bit of a ♥♥♥♥ time when I spent good money buying the game.
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definitely a pretty game good looking a little bit complicated i probably would remap the keys or suggest buying a flight controler or pedals to make it easier but i love flight games so yeah :3 also you might first have some problems figuring out how to make it full screen but thats an easy fix through the folders settings editor and then its grade a flying from there i got this one when it was on sale :p
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This game is the best Flight Sim i ever played.

Every little detail that wend into this game showed how much love and passion they devs have for this game.
My flightstick broke so i had to use the keyboard to steer my plane. A pain in the ♥♥♥ becouse everyone who fly's sims with the keyboard only knows how anoying that is. So all that was left was my Xbox controller.... and it works! Of course i had to do some key binding in order to make it work *i also still have to use my keyboard for other commands* But it works!
A shame is the amount of DLC that are for it. The game started as a F2P where you have to buy stuff in order to have different guns, planes, pilot scarf, pistol etc.

But once you buy the packs in a steam sale i can ensure you that you will enjoy it 100%.

This is a simulator for the hardcore flight sim veterans
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VERY LIMITED PLANES TO FLY.....UNLESS YOU BUY BUY BUY THEM
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Posté le : 17 avril 2014
Ce jeu est une honte, j'ai acheté le jeu( 36 €) + 2 DLC (furious wings (19€) +legendary bombers(19€) ), et je ne peux même pas avoir accès au tiers des fonctionnalités. En mode carriere je n'ai pas les bon avion pour jouer côté allemand sur la carte channel edition (un comble!!) . Dommage car sinon le jeu est exellent; mais Payer 200€ pour avoir accès au contenu qui devrait être inclus de base, c'est juste indescent...
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Posté le : 21 décembre 2013
Ce jeu est énorme ! Pour la première fois un jeu de simulation prenant le theme de la 1re guerre Mondial ! C'est un Hommage pour les 100 ans du début de la guerre !
P.S. : Mais il faut que le jeu soit en Français SVP
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Avis au Français, ce jeux, est également traduit dans la langue de Molirére.
Mais les avions additionels sont à acheter séparement.
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