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|README FIRST.txt||12.03.07||275 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
As someone who is quite open about their dislike of military hardware, I have to make an exception for the Red Arrows. Despite the fact I can always be impressed by the hard work and craftsmanship of most aviation pieces, I find the Red Arrows more impressive than most.
So, when I was given a chance to fly them in FS2004, I was delighted. I’m spending a lot of time stuck in a hotel so having the kind warmth of FS2004 to fall back on is truly something that I relish having access to.
However, the Red Arrows in FS2004 is something that I never expected – not at these levels, anyway!
The RAF Hawk T1a is just a masterpiece. From the sleek design to it’s incredible energy in the skies, this is a true masterpiece that everyone can enjoy flying around with, thanks to the included unprecedented detail and design.
The team behind this have gone way above and beyond what I was expecting. The models are sharp and detailed, the textures look extremely precis for FS2004 quality, and the detail in general is just very impressive.
So, with this package you can finally get up into the skies with the famous Red Arrows and enjoy how they fly. This full Gmax-made model is very impressive given the limitations of the software and is immediately an FS2004 favorite for me.
The two texture sets included are both sharply detailed and accurately placed. From the way that the reflections evenly bounce off the model to the excellent opening canopy and ground equipment animations, this includes everything that I could have hoped for in the world of simulation.
It’s fresh, it’s fair and it’s extremely honest. As far as flying military aircraft goes this is one of the most revealing experiences I’ve had in FS2004. It looks and feels rather different to what you might expect, granted, but it’s definitely one of the most exciting takes on the Red Arrows as I could have expected.
If you are like me and want to see just how these beautiful pieces of history fly, then try this out. I guarantee that with the depth of detail and realism here, you should have no problems in enjoying your flight. It’s a really engaging take on a beautiful part of the history of flight, and it absolutely shines through in this rendition of each.
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