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Tuesday
Nov102009

FSBreak 42: Looking back on a year of Flight Sim

Hosted by Eric McClintock, Danton BerubeBrendan Farmer, Mark Stewart, Cam, Ausin Meyer, and Mathijs Kok.

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So while trying out the Pacific Northwest scenery, all of the hosts forgot that we had a show to do this week... ;) 

Well, only kidding a little bit... This episode is a combination of two of the best moments we have had on the show so far. If you had asked me almost 1 year ago that we would have a weekly show to this date after the shut down of ACES I would have laughed and predicted we would have gone no more than a month. But so much has come out of it, and it has only made the space more interesting and more competitive. Especially when you look at sims like X-Plane, Aerosoft's new "AFS2012", and the recent "Cascase Game Foundry". But for the time being, we have developers truly pushing the boundaries of the MSFS engine, with upcoming scenery from Orbx, and addons once thought impossible like A2A Simulation's Piper Cub... I realize now this isn't the end, this is just the beginning!

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    Response: Hollister France
    Hi, this essay is despite the small, but rich in content. Reverie verbiage. If you want to see details:Hollister France

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