“Basic” Carbon Cub for Flight Alaska

Microsoft have announced a small amount of further detail regarding what will be included as part of their Alaska expansion for Flight.

In a news article posted yesterday, they announced: “Prepare for takeoff! While exploring over 600,000 square miles of new scenery, 565 airports and 137 seaplane bases in the Land of the Midnight Sun, you’ll encounter new Gold Rushes, Challenge Courses and Landing Challenges. You’ll also receive a basic version of the Carbon Cub. Get ready to tackle the Alaskan wilderness, coming soon on Games for Windows—LIVE and Steam.

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Ian P
Monday, June 25, 2012 18:48

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t complain at least about parts of Flight. Some people are clearly happy – if you look at the threads on their Facebook page, for instance (before they have chance to “edit” them, which is a bad habit they develop occasionally) then you will see a considerable number of ‘likes’ and positive comments as well as numerous negative comments – many of which are pointless like “I’ll buy this when you do the rest of the world” or “Where’s my 737/747?”. When I posted this article, as an example, there were 177 “likes”, if I… Read more »

Matthias Postema
Monday, June 25, 2012 10:16

Hi Ian P,

I agree with you!
And even i was complaining! 😉

Greetings

Matthias

Ian P
Sunday, June 24, 2012 22:15

All it does is make you look like you don’t know what you’re talking about, unfortunately. There is no way that in less than one day (and presumably with none of the DLC; would I be correct?) that you have any idea at all what Flight is or isn’t capable of. You are also putting your words into the mouths of others, as you state yourself that you are not a “Flight fan”, yet claim to speak for them. Do you not consider that a little rude, to say the least? It makes me feel no better or worse that… Read more »

Philip Manhart
Sunday, June 24, 2012 21:15

If it makes you feel better, then I’ll be happy to be added to your ever growing list. 😉

But it won’t dissuade me from speaking my mind and voicing my opinion (no matter how “qualified” I am) in the hopes that those that can make a difference in Microsoft Flight Simulator or who develop it’s direct competition know what I expect from a simulation.

Ian P
Sunday, June 24, 2012 08:07

So, what you’re actually saying, Philip, is that you are complaining about something you know next to nothing about, without qualification or reference to be able to do so.

I’ll add you to the ever growing list. 😉