New review video published by Captain Richard Aviation : the Advanced Series F-4E Phantom II by MilViz. The product page describes its custom flight performance, the advanced modelling systems. Watch his video and enjoy the high fidelity model features of this McDonnell Douglas aircraft.
How are the damage and maintenance features of the Tiger Moth Pro ? Capt Richard Aviation filmed his flights and comment this advanced simulation of the 1930’s era.
Many simmers enjoy SODE animated jetways and docking systems in P3D/FSX. The authors 12BPilot recently released SODE VDGS Pack with more units made available. How does it look, how does it work ? This is Capt. Richard Aviation’s review for simFlight.
Watch Captain Richard Aviation’s review of the DHC-3T Turbo Otter, available for P3D FSX, or X-Plane. Is it a turboprop modelled by MilViz deserves room in your virtual collection ?
The Thrustmaster F/A-18C Grip has been a long time coming. Last summer, it finally became available as an add-on for the popular Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog. Let’s take a look.
https://youtu.be/NtmeBYa6LeA In partnership with simMarket to provide the aircraft, the youtuber Luna’s World edited this Review video to introduce the 390 Premier 1A in X-Plane 11 by Carenado. Along his complete flight test, you’ll watch how it works, looks and sounds in detail.
Ever since its release in 2010, the Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog has been the go-to high-end joystick/HOTAS for consumers. Numerous reviews have been written about it. But I wasn’t going to back out of the opportunity to look at it myself.
Elite Simulation Solutions appears to be a company focused on actual flight training devices. They sell both hardware, software and complete solutions. That being said, some of their products are interesting to flightsim enthusiasts who have no intention of building a full cockpit. In this review I’ll be looking at their Desktop MEL Throttle Quadrant.
After a long development, the QualityWings Ultimate 787 Collection has been available for a while now. The 64-bit version for Prepar3D v4 has been since the end of May. That’s the version I’ll be looking at in this review.
In June 2016, PMDG released the Douglas DC-6 Cloudmaster for X-Plane, their first foray into that platform. Early in the summer of 2017, the same classic airplane was released for FSX and P3D. Quite a bit different from the Boeing airliners PMDG released the last couple of years, so let’s see how they did.