FS2004 Cessna 182RG
This contains all the files needed to install FS2002's 182RG to FS2004. Also includes 6 new repaints. Repaints by James Joblon.
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- 3.66 MB
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- Free (Freeware)
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|File Description.txt||10.20.03||305 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
Having decided to dust off my old FS2004 package for a long train journey across the UK, I decided to visit the Store to pick up some new models to mess around with. After all, some awesome FS2004 designs out there exist and this certainly looked to have fit the bill.
Besides, I’m a huge fan of the Cessna models – they tend to be major fun to fly around in, giving me a much greater level of appreciation of the detail needed. This set by James Joblon had all of the nice extras and add-ons, but is it the best it can be?
I found, over many flights both successful and failed, that the aircraft was carrying the kind of performance I hoped for. I know it’s not some kind of super-craft and I also know it’s not a hunk of junk; what I got was a fine aircraft that feels brilliantly in-between both spots. It handles itself well and is capable of carrying out a standard flight, but it’s not some automaton that goes at it day and night!
This is an aircraft that I immediately enjoyed flying, and it made a fine addition to my FS2004 journey, making a welcome return.
The image and the attention to detail is not as good as it could have been, but this is merely down to comparing it to more modern models. Given the major limitations of the hardware that FS2004 runs on, this does a great job of pulling every last screed and pixel of detail and letting them loose.
Working with what was there, Joblon has done a smashing job in compiling it all and making the aircraft looks great. The six new added re-paints are a major factor in helping the whole image come together, too, making something that’s actually rather basic feel a bit more exotic and engaging than previously.
The attention to detail is always very important to me and it’s captured here perfectly. The precision that Joblon managed to get into this model is hugely impressive, bringing it all together and making something that is refreshing, engaging and easy to get to grips with. One of the major benefits of this mod, though, is the precision with regards to how the aircraft actually handles itself.
When you kick off into the sky it feels just like the real thing – a piece of cake to get to grips with and a wonderful aircraft to learn with – without making it feel fake or unrealistic. The strengths and weaknesses of the real thing are wholly apparent, making it nice and easy to get to grips with when flying.
The precision is very impressive, and is one of the most impressive factors here for me.
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