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GameSpy (Nov, 2001)
If you were waiting for a good time to buy F/A-18 Korea, then this edition is right for you. But, as nice a simulation as F/A-18 Precision Strike Fighter is, it probably shouldn't be on your list until you first consider that several other simulations like Jane's F/A-18 and MiG Alley are currently in the bargain bins.
PC Gamer UK (Feb, 2002)
It was way back in June 1997 that any Pentium processor, 8MB of RAM and an SVGA video card would get you the most hardcore military flight experience around: F/A 18-Hornet 3.0 from Graphsim Entertainment. Then Graphsim did the unthinkable: they ditched a genre-leading military flight lineage and turned their attention to Macintosh games.
GameZone (Oct 03, 2001)
Amongst the features, the stunning graphics are decent at best, some of the detail is quite nice, but overall I found that some of the terrain and explosions were quite blocky compared to today’s standards, the plus side is that the game played rather smoothly. I even gave it a whirl on my old 350Mhz machine and it ran great. But when you have a P4, I would like to see some games that use the latest and greatest technology.
GameSpot (Sep 27, 2001)
There's nothing in this box you wouldn't typically find in a patch. OpenGL support and a bunch of user-made missions previously posted to the Internet do not make a new game. Precision Strike Fighter belongs in the bargain bins. But with so few flight sims on the shelves, a lot of gamers might not know any better. So by charging full price for this sorry excuse for a new product, Xicat Interactive is basically attending the funeral for flight sims so that it can pick the mourners' pockets.
GameStar (Germany) (Jan, 2002)
Was Xicat mit F/A-18 treibt, ist reiner Nepp. Das magere Vollpreis-Update mit User-Missionen würde selbst als Addon nicht durchgehen. Die über mehrere Ordner verteilten CD-Handbücher verderben selbst einarbeitungswütigen Profi-Piloten die Lust. Die könnten zumindest am realistischen Radar Freude haben. Doch auch dann würde ich noch etwas warten, denn Precision Strike Fighter wird mangels Absatz schnell in die Budget-Abteilung rutschen.
PC Games (Germany) (Jan 20, 2001)
Vor vier Jahren erschien die Flugsimulation Hornet Korea, in der Hardcore-Spieler den F/A-18 Strike Fighter durch 28 zusammenhanglose Einsätze manövrieren konnten. Jetzt ist eine Neuauflage auf den Markt gekommen. Sie nennt sich F/A-18 Precision Strike Fighter und ist eine Mogelpackung. Denn fast alles ist gleich geblieben: Die Bugs, die Missionen, die Spielmechanik, die schlechte Bedienung.
Gameplay (Benelux) (Dec 28, 2001)
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