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Wednesday, January 27, 2010 09:50

sF.COM: PMDG's View On FS2004 https://simflight.com/2010/01/27/pmdgs-view-on-fs2004/ #fb

Wednesday, January 27, 2010 10:09

From the network: PMDG’s View On FS2004: Like many other major developers, Robert Randazzo,  PMDG’s owner,  sees d… http://bit.ly/dl5DVx

Ed Lin
Friday, January 29, 2010 17:42

I’ve kind of left flightsim for now and am playing “real” games since last fall. “Batman: Arkham Asylum”, “Dragon Age”, “Bioshock”, and now the original “Mass Effect”. Watching things from afar though but playing these have shown me what my pc can really do. Been simming since FS5.1 days and haven’t looked back since putting it all aside.

mad dog
Wednesday, January 27, 2010 13:26

Both FS9 and FSX are Dead end , legacy Sims abandoned by their developer.
I think I will stick with FS9, Cannot bring myself to spend money on FSX when I have everything I need in FS9.
This decision by PMDG is going to save me a fortune

Paul Laube
Wednesday, January 27, 2010 12:19

Agree with those comments, beside how many planes can one have in a hanger. Got so many myself, can only fly one at a time. Keeping the FS9 going with alot of investment there, but a majority of my stuff is going FSX these days. Although I’m not into developing aircraft nor a programmer there is alot of unexplored and unchartered area in FSX programming and I dont think is leaving anytime soon. Geeze I can remember those dialup days of getting good phote rates to hit Compuserve flight sim area, thank GOD for broadband!