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Massenvernichtung! Nutzen Sie taktische Flugkörper, um gesamte Städte einzuäschern. Inklusive realistischster Wettersimulation jemals. Wechselnde Wetterfeffekte inklusive: Regen, Schnee, Hagel und Wind. Extreme Temperaturwechsel beeinflussen Flugeigenschaften.
Veröffentlichung: 30 Apr. 1999
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Pakete, die dieses Spiel enthalten

Novalogic Classics Volume One: Machines of War kaufen

Enthält 6 Artikel: Armored Fist 3, Comanche 4, F-16 Multirole Fighter, F-22 Lightning 3, MiG-29 Fulcrum, Tachyon: The Fringe

NovaLogic Everything Pack kaufen

Enthält 16 Artikel: Delta Force, Delta Force: Task Force Dagger, Delta Force 2, Delta Force: Xtreme, Delta Force Land Warrior, Delta Force Xtreme 2, Armored Fist 3, Comanche 4, Delta Force: Black Hawk Down, Delta Force — Black Hawk Down: Team Sabre, F-16 Multirole Fighter, F-22 Lightning 3, Joint Operations: Escalation, Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising, MiG-29 Fulcrum, Tachyon: The Fringe

Über das Spiel

Massenvernichtung! Nutzen Sie taktische Flugkörper, um gesamte Städte einzuäschern. Inklusive realistischster Wettersimulation jemals. Wechselnde Wetterfeffekte inklusive: Regen, Schnee, Hagel und Wind. Extreme Temperaturwechsel beeinflussen Flugeigenschaften. Fliegen Sie selner oder lassen Sie die weltweit besten Piloten an den Steuerknüppel!

Eigenschaften

  • Extreme Temperaturwechsel beeinflussen die Flugeigenschaften.
  • Wechselnde Wettereffekte: Regen, Schnee, Hagel und Wind.
  • Fliegen Sie selber oder schalten Sie den Autopiloten ein: Auto-Landungen, Auto-Takeoffs, Auto-Schussliste, Auto-Formation, Auto-Tankbefüllung im Flug.
  • Inklusive realistischster Wettersimulation jemals.
  • Massenvernichtung! Nutzen Sie taktische Flugkörper, um gesamte Städte einzuäschern.
  • Voice-Over-Net Technologie erlaubt Ihnen während Novaworld Mehrspielereinsätzen miteinander zu kommunizieren.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows 2000, XP
    • Prozessor: Pentium 266MHz oder besser
    • Speicher: 32MB minimum
    • Grafik: Direct3D kompatibel
    • Festplatte: 488MB frei
    • Sound: DirectX kompatibel
    • DirectX: DirectX version 6.0 oder höher (inklusive)
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6 von 8 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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1 Review
6.8 Std. insgesamt
This game is pretty old but I still play it, no other game has the fine balance between fun and technicality like this one. Amazing game!
Verfasst: 1 Januar 2014
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3 Reviews
23.8 Std. insgesamt
This game is basically a remake of F-22 Lightning 2. It was released in 1999, so the graphics are obviously low quality compared to new titles, but they are on-par with other flight simulation games at that time. As far as flight simulators go, this game is more action oriented than the true-to-life flight dynamics one might find in X-Plane or Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The first several Quick Missions work you through a tutorial on the game basics and the last training mission is a full combat mission test. The Quick Missions also have a large and variable assortment of non-arc combat missions to help hone your skills for campaign mode.

The campaign mode has a large number of single player missions. You work you way through various deployment campaigns and the mission situations build-up to a finale mission for each campaign (typically culminating to a nuclear strike or combination bombing/multiple enemy squadron mission). It also tracks your stats and has a scoring and flight rank promotion system based on your mission performance. Each finished campaign rewards a medal to the pilot as well.

There is multiplayer available, but only through a community-based mod. The game originally shipped with built-in multiplayer, but since this game is nearly 15 years old, the built-in, Novalogic-based multiplayer system no longer functions.

My biggest complaint is the default keyboard map is not very intuitive and the tutorial could be more in-depth. Despite the game's age, my Saitek X-52 joystick and throttle work fine with no modifications (all basic flight controls work, including firing active weapon, rudder, and throttle functionality).

If you are feeling nostalgic and enjoy flight simulators or air combat games, this one still has depth and fun available after 15 years. Despite another reviewer's issues, I have had zero crashes while doing anything in this game and have not had to modify any game files for it to function properly (I'm in 64-bit Windows 7 with a DX11 GPU and Core i7 CPU).
Verfasst: 14 März 2014
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2 von 10 Personen (20%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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16 Reviews
4.1 Std. insgesamt
Ancient game, max res 1024x780, defaults to 3dfx (!), and on my system crashes as soon as I try to change any setting.

Refund time. A rip-off at any price.

Edit: If you manually hack the .ini file, it seems to run. It is incredibly pathetic that these people didn't even bother to generate a decent default .ini file - defaulting to 640x480 3dfx? Really?

GAME_FULLSCREEN 1
GAME_RESOLUTION 1024
MENU_FULLSCREEN 1
ENABLE_3D 1
MEMORY_USAGE 2
TEXTURE_DISTANCE 26
BITDEPTH_SOFTWARE 32
BITDEPTH_HARDWARE 32
HW3D_DLL_FILENAME "Hw_d3d.dll"
CARD_NUMBER 0
PAGE_FLIP 0
PLAY_ANIMS 1


It still crashes whenever you exit or apply the settings screen, so good luck modifying the controls! Setting MENU_FULLSCREEN to 0 doesn't help. Neither does disabling 3D accel.
Verfasst: 12 Januar 2014
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1 von 8 Personen (13%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.1 Std. insgesamt
Much like the F-16 Multirole Fighter, F-22 Lightning 3 puts me off in the graphical department. The controls aren't intuitive as much as F-16. No tutorial / training mode can be found in the game! Like F-16, this game do support the XBOX 360 gamepad to a point but you would be better of playing this game with Keyboard though. The gameplay is slow and bland/boring. The audio (sound/music) aren't that great either. Also, don't seek out this game for the multiplayer as it is quite dead! Maybe you could play in LAN but I haven't nor I am willing to give it a shot! Did this game improved at all from F-16 Multirole Fighter? Barely! The visuals are a tad better but that would be all.

PROS:
+Works on modern computers (although it kept crashing until I ran the game in Windows XP compatibility). Also, XBOX 360 gamepad is supported, but barely, like F-16.
+Improved visuals from F-16.
+Simulation seems adequate from what I played, cockpit is well modelized.

CONS:
-Dated visuals, graphics compared to modern gaming.
-Game doesn't completely support full screen as you see the window.
-Controls aren't very intuitive. Same controls as F-16.
-No tutorial / training mode so you are left out figuring the controls for yourself.
-Boring gameplay.
-Poor audio (sounds and music).
-While in-game, can't access the options menu nor view/edit the controls which that is quite unacceptable in my book.
-Dead Multiplayer (to be expected though).

OVERALL:
Well, barely any improvement from F-16 and well, I would only advise you modern games instead. I'm not sure how this game did back in 1999 but now in 2014, I prefer investing time on more modern games, as should you!

RECOMMENDATION:
I would recommend F-22 Lightning 3 to flight simulation purists and gamers that dig old school gaming only. But in my book, you should stay away and look into modern games instead!

Also, since you cannot buy a single Novalogic classic and "forced" to buy the Novalogic Classics Volume One: Machines of War package, you better think twice before investing in this as I only found one game worth of purchase, Commanche 4. If you can find this package on a very good and drastic deal, give it a shot. Better, look somewhere else if you can buy a single game at a time.

RATING:
3.0 / 10
Verfasst: 4 Januar 2014
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