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The graphics are smooth and the foes are gruesomely life-like, but just so I don't swamp you with unqualified praise, I would say that my only real criticism is of the lack of colour in everything but the scanners. This isn't a major gripe though - after playing for a while, you get so caught up in the mastery of the graphic detail, you forget about it being largely black and white. Until you've chased a Foxbat nose-to-vapour-trail in some neck jerking turns in this baby, you've never played a flight/combat game.
Ce logiciel tient toujours la rampe malgré sa relative ancienneté. Cette version dispose des mêmes possibilités que les autres. Mais si l'animation est excellente, le décor a beaucoup perdu. Il demeure pourtant l'un des meilleurs jeux de guerres aériennes pour cette machine.