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With more money though the title could be great
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While the game is dated SEOW keeps it alive for me.

http://wiki-seow-en.swil.fr/index.php/Main_Page

SEOW combines flightsim flying with a strategy game in a way no other flightsim is likely to do for a while. I understand that there is a group working on something similar for Cliffs of Dover but progress is slow. Multi-player campaigns bring a whole new dimension to the flightsim experience.
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You dare to say that Il2 lacks in gameplay! Its bloody flight sim not some Call of Derp!
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While the game is dated SEOW keeps it alive for me.

http://wiki-seow-en.swil.fr/index.php/Main_Page

SEOW combines flightsim flying with a strategy game in a way no other flightsim is likely to do for a while. I understand that there is a group working on something similar for Cliffs of Dover but progress is slow. Multi-player campaigns bring a whole new dimension to the flightsim experience.
Falcon 4.0 and Allied Force both had a dynamic campaign and multiplayer. They were YEARS ahead of their time.
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You dare to say that Il2 lacks in gameplay! Its bloody flight sim not some Call of Derp!
Correct! I think the reason that it isn't to popular is how long it take to get to your objective. People now of days like it short, fast, and packed.
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My campaigns and missions start for the most part in the air and if you choose the right option you don't have to fly all the way back.

Go to Missiions4today.com and look up my campaigns and you will get into the actions quick and won't have to fly all the way back.
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There are 3 Sturmovik games plus the best of the series, Pacific fighters. Hitting the brackets speeds up the flight or slows it down and can turn a prop into a jet in seconds so you don't have to fly all the way to an objective. I prefer the scenario builder options myself as compared to the single missions. I've collected about a dozen different games and Pacific fighters seems to be the best for realism and duplicating aircraft characteristics.
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Have you all heard of Il2: Stalingrad? 1c and 777 Studios have joined forces to bring us the next round of Il2 awesomeness. If you all remember, 777 Studios is the same team that works on Rise of Flight, a WW1 flight sim.
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Have you all heard of Il2: Stalingrad? 1c and 777 Studios have joined forces to bring us the next round of Il2 awesomeness. If you all remember, 777 Studios is the same team that works on Rise of Flight, a WW1 flight sim.
Found these links from last December.

http://il2sturmovik.net/

http://forum.il2sturmovik.net/topic/...le-stalingrad/

Nothing since then.
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