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|F-22 Raptor||07.26.04||0 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
When I first fired up my FS2004 for the first time in a little while, I was instantly taken aback at just how out of touch everything felt. Although I remember things being pretty amazing back in the day, the overall look and feel of FS2004 really hadn’t aged too well; thankfully, a few modifications later and things started to look a whole lot better! I turned my attention to my hanger, then, and found that it just wasn’t detailed enough and didn’t have anything like the detail and features that my FSX hanger does.
Therefore, I decided to get downloading and came across this download of the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor. It’s a wildly popular aircraft in history, and has featured in a wide variety of movies and video games in the past.
This recreation, though, was really impressive. Despite the fact it was running on software that is a decade old, the designer Kazunori Ito done a marvelous job in getting all of the textures put together in the right way, ensuring that the whole thing looked as clear as it possibly could. Given the limitations in technology I was actually really impressed with the design, so props to the designer for that.
However, the real detail came when I started to fly and get a bit of a hang of the cockpit – it was then I started to take a real look around, and the attention to detail in the cockpit was just excellent. The aircraft itself had all of the little extras I had hoped to see in the first place already installed, which made it very simple for me to get to grips with the aircraft and feel comfortable in the cockpit!
The F-22 is one of the most popular military aircraft in the 21st Century, so it plays a big role in making sure you can see just why it’s so historic in this. They’ve captured its famous speed, power and agility in equal measure and made sure that you have access to the main features of the aircraft.
Things like its notable flight durability as well as its staying power in the skies matched with realism of the Supersonic abilities that it comes with, as well as Mach 2.5+ being capable within the cockpit. It lets you really feel that rip-roaring speed that can make these such interesting pieces of hardware to fly.
Its design and overall attention to detail is great but it’s the fact that you get the feeling you are flying one of the most powerful yet discrete aircraft we have come up with in a long, long time. This makes it easy to fly and even easier to get around from A to B in, ensuring that you can have access to all of those features that make creeping along unseen so much easier to do.
The Raptor is a big favorite for many aviation fans, and the reasons why are obvious as soon as you step inside that cockpit and take off! Try it out and you’ll see exactly what I’m talking about – this makes FS2004 feel alive again!
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