|Posted by Darcy on April 19, 2013 at 3:15 AM|
The most common thing that people look for when they’re choosing a video game – and more specifically, a flight simulator – is the level of realism that is presented to them. The further technology evolves the more people are coming to expect from their entertainment mediums and flight simulators are absolutely no exception.
The encouraging thing about all of this, as far as plane simulator game fans are concerned at least, is that our favourite genre of game seems to be leading the pack in a lot of ways.
A prime example of this is the ever-increasing amount of flight schools are using simulator training in order to assist aspiring pilots to get the amount of experience they need in order to take off and man an aircraft in a safe and effective manner. Needless to say, the sims used by these schools are a little more advanced than your average PC flying simulator games but there is no denying that even the versions you and I get to play are still well ahead of some of the other games out there on the market.
The similarities between a professional school’s flight simulator software and the games that you and I download and play are a lot more than an outsider might expect.
Just like in the professional training simulators, flying simulator games often feature expert recreations of the particular planes that are included in the game. Cockpits are created in the exact image of the real-world aircraft and a lot of the gear that are featured in the games are a replica of what genuine pilots operate on a daily basis.
If you’re searching for a video game experience that delivers realism that, if we’re being honest, hasn’t actually been seen all too much in the market thus far then you’re not going to be able to do much better than a flight simulator.
Attention to detail and loving recreations of professional instruments and aircraft are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what technology offers up for lovers of plane simulator games.
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