FS2002/2004 MiG-35 MFI
- Complete with Base Model
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The archive mig_mfi.zip has 32 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|MiG 1.44 real.jpg||06.17.03||26.57 kB|
|MiG 1.44 sim.jpg||08.25.03||20.82 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
In the past I’ve made it quite clear that my opinion of military flight simulators is nowhere near as high as my opinion of domestic flight simulation. That being said, I do enjoy a harmless fly around in some military hardware, especially when I head back to some of the earlier simulators and see how limited they were in terms of how they control and manage themselves.
For me, it feels good to fly something like the old MIG-35 in FS2002 or FS2004 as I still use them from time to time but feel dismayed at how limited they feel in comparison today.
Thanks to mods like this by Tuomas Narvainen, though, the problems goa way quite quickly. The Mikoyan Product 1.44 is the basis of this mod and it does a great job of giving you an idea of what the MiG intended to become.
As the first prototype of what became the MiG in the end up, this fifth-generation Russian air fighter made a massive difference to the worldwide view of Russian air superiority.
If you want to know more about what the MiG can do, I recommend that you install this and boot up one of your old simulators!
An Animated Design
This carries all the hallmarks that you want to see from a flight simulation mod; it has great authenticity and control but it also makes the most of new animations and extra features to bring the whole thing to life.
This model comes with total changes to the way that animations are managed ensuring that they look realistic and that they carry off the interior of the aircraft in some style. This makes a major difference to the way that this design carries itself, offering something fresh and unique that also ensures you have an aircraft that performs to the best of its abilities.
As you might imagine, an aircraft like this can be quite tough to fly and manage – especially if you are like me and are more used to the clunkier models out there! What I did find quite quickly though was that this could be controlled with relative ease if you were just willing to put in the time and effort to master the basics.
Its quick roles and it’s easy to manage virtual cockpit means that you have great control over this pacey piece of madness, but it’s still well-made enough that you can control it with relative ease.
The problem is that there is no panel and no sounds included but the aircraft itself does more than a good enough job of letting you know what they were dealing with when the MiG first hit the skies.
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