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.
Nutzerreviews: Ausgeglichen (25 Reviews) - 64% der 25 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 30. Apr. 1999

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Über dieses 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.

Systemanforderungen

    • 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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5 von 5 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
0.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Januar
Great game but doesn't work at all on Windows 7 64 bit, which is a bit of a problem if you want to play it. If you want another useless icon on your desktop though, it's a great purchase.
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19 von 22 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Januar 2014
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!
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14 von 14 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
24.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. März 2014
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).
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12 von 12 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
8.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. Juni 2015
Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Pratt & Whitney proudly present, the F-22 Raptor Air Superiority Fighter! In cooperating cutting edge avionics, weapon systems and stealth technology, the F-22 promises to be the air dominance fighter for the 21st century. The Westinghouse AN/APG-77 radar with it's one hundred-twenty degree field of view enables the Raptor to acquire and track multiple targets beyond visual range. It's on-board computer system can identify and classify targets at a rate of seven hundred million instructions per second, the equivalent of four super computers.

Providing power for the F-22 are two Pratt & Whitney F119 turbofan engines. Rated at thirty-five thousand pounds of thrust each, the engines allow the Raptor to supercruise at MACH 1.58 without the use of afterburners, greatly reducing the F-22's heat signature. The F119's engines also feature a two-dimensional thrust vectoring system giving the Raptor superior agility in combat.

In it's air superiority role, the Raptor carries two AIM-9X SIDEWINDER's and six AIM-120C AMRAAM's. For deep strike missions, four AMRAAM's can be replaced with two one thousand pound Joint Direct Attack Munitions. The JDAM is a GPS guided "smart bomb" which can strike at target without active lazing allowing the F-22 to remain undetected.

Designed with stealth as a primary goal, the F-22's titanium and composit superstructure is both lightweight and strong. With the addition of radar absorbing materials, the frontal radar cross section is over one hundred times smaller than the F-15C.

The rules of war have changed, the battles of tomorrow will be won not by those with the largest armies, but by those who can attack without being seen. The only armor will be the cloak of invisibility. Achieving air superiority will be the task of the only aircraft capable of striking at the heart of the enemy. It is a warplane light years ahead in it's design, a supersonic killing machine.

The F-22 RAPTOR!

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That goes for the Raptor, and now let's continue with the actual review.

The people at NOVALOGIC are known of making a lot of great war games. As an owner of multiple Novalogic titles in the past, one thing in common with all of them is NL's own handprint which can be seen and felt in-game. Basically this means you know what you're getting for your buck. A game which is a military simulator in lighter category, but still contains balance of realism and fun at the same time. A simplified, but always well made and written voice-over tutorials to help all new players settling in easier. Also I have to mention those small showcases with short educational facts are nice goodies.


Flying & navigating

I find this game to be very enjoyable despite it's easy flight modeling. As far as I understand this is not far from truth, because in real life this particular warplane just like the new F-35 (which is under development right now) uses a lot of computer assistance to make flying and the use of instruments for the pilot a lot more pleasant and easier. In practice this means your aircraft will try to maintain the angle you're heading regardless of your AoA or how much thrust you use. This also means you don't have to worry about sinking, because unlike with other warplanes depending on the load you carry, they all require constant manual rudder / pitch adjusting in order to maintain level flight.

Avionics & weapon systems

As you might already get an idea here, this plane is incredibly smart, it is even smarter than you! You can even go grab a drink and have a smile while the autopilot does the landing for you. You don't have to measure distances or do manual target identification either, you can just cycle through your targets on the radar easily with a press of a button while the F-22's computer gives you the intel of enemy type / AoA. After you find a target, next thing you do is select your armament, wait a bit for the target reticle to turn red and fire! You literally have always advantage over the enemy because of your advanced avionics, stealth and long range missiles. The F-22's missiles are all literally "fire-and-forget" type, so none of them require further guidance after you launch them.

If this fighter is so advanced, is there any actual challenge at all?

Unfortunately all NL's flight series seems to share that same stupid AI which can be annoying and buggy sometimes. I played the original F-22 Lightning II back in 1996 and F-22 Raptor (1998), and the way AI controls the planes in this game is identical. A lot of time the enemy planes act like they're braindead. so the chances for the AI to even try doing anything is 50/50. Most of the time when they're flying towards you and you engage them first, they just sit there and wait for your missile to hit them instead of making any evasive maneuvers. Also, the AI doesn't have any ground collision at all, and sometimes you can actually see them cheat by flying through mountains or go underground making them impossible to shoot down, especially if it's a mission goal target you might have to restart the mission because of that. Also the way missiles act is not very good. all the missile trajectories are wrong because they don't try to predict where the target is heading, instead they're aiming directly on the target itself (usually trail). This leads for the missile to miss the target a lot if it's being fired from a bad angle. As an example if the enemy is moving horizontally and the missile cannot get behind the target anywhere between 8 'o clock - 4 'o clock it can never hit the target. Even if the target is heading the same direction as you but with high altitude it wont hit. A lot of times some missions are challenging only because the enemy is approaching from a bad angle for your missiles to hit, so you need to cut in front of their flight path and reorient yourself before you can engage them. This can be frustrating especially with all the escort type missions, because some of them can require some tricky planning.

When it comes to dedication and maintaining some standard, I think Novalogic does it's job well. Despite L3's small bugs, it's still a very rewarding and entertaining game to play. If you always wanted to pilot an F-22, this is the game for you to start with.
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11 von 13 Personen (85%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Juli 2011
Always Loved Novalogics fighter games. It does seem a shame that games like this are not being made anymore. The worst example is as a Star Wars fan I loved the X-Wing series, XWA was made over a decade ago now and no signs of another fighter sim to come. Seems the same with novalogic and jet fighter games too :(
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