Ships Ahoy - Lock On: Modern Air Combat

Lock On: Modern Air Combat Ships Nationwide is the press release announcing that The Fighter Collection's jet combat flight simulator has landed in stores in North America. Here's a bit:
Lock On is the only modern day flight simulation game to combine high fidelity with a broad choice of aircraft. The game is filled with action-packed missions, realistic flight modeling and flexible game options that provide unlimited game play action to both beginner and veteran flight simulation fans. The game's blend of high-powered aircraft and various fighting styles combine for the most realistic flight sim featuring today's most advanced military aircraft.

About Lock On: Modern Air Combat: Lock On allows players to fly eight different combat jets in a conflict over the Black Sea region. The Crimean peninsula and western Caucus Mountains are the setting for a hypothetical, present-day air conflict. Available to the player are ground attack and air superiority fighters, including the American-made A-10 "tank killer," the Russian Su-27 and the German MiG-29A.
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Hey mental case....relax. While your fly by wire observation is certainly a breaking newsflash....All the people want is centering TENSION in the stick, not wind moving over the wings, etc force feedback. Many people have these sticks because they are great for IL-2:FB and don't want to buy another controller just for this game.

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