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Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight - E3 2003: Game Play

Posted on: May 20, 2003 | Views: 100 | Comment

Aviation enthusiasts can fly historic aircraft, such as Charles Lindbergh's Ryan NYP Spirit of St. Louis, the Douglas DC-3 and the world's first successful powered aircraft, the Wright Flyer, as well as 15 modern aircraft from 3D interactive cockpits. New features provide a wealth of historical information on the planes that shaped aviation history and the pilots who flew them. A dynamic weather system, automatically generated scenery and detailed visual effects and improved air-traffic control functions make the experience even more real. 

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history • flying • plane • simulation • e3 • E3 2003