> Aero Dancing i is shaping up to be quite a sequel.
I have seen preview movies of it in action, thanks to the recently released
Dancing FSD. It's awesome! For sure, there will be tons
of aircraft along with dogfighting, escort, and surface attack missions!
Only a few more months of anxious preparations. Check out the new
> This is fantastic. CRI continues to pump out flight sims under
the Aero Dancing banner! The latest iteration concentrates on the
Dreamcast's built-in internet capabilities by offering an online mode featuring
multiplayer dogfights! Just like with Aero
Dancing F, many new aircraft, maps, and missions await our anxious
DC controllers as well.
> Do you want a choice of aircraft??? Good... Aero Dancing
i offers the following: A-7E, MiG-29 Fulcrum, AV-8B Harrier, F-1,
F-2, F-4, F-14 Tomcat, F-15 Eagle, F-16 Falcon, F/A-18 Hornet, F-86F, F-104
Starfighter, T-2, T-3, T-4, and more!!! Wow, this game is going to
be expansive for sure (at least as far as aircraft selection). I
do wonder, however, how CRI is going to handle the complicated V-STOL (vertival/short
take off and landing) control for the Harrier? Going by past releases,
I'm fairly certain they won't screw it up.
> You say a variety of modes would be welcome??? Great! Aero
Dancing i offers the following: Internet Battle (multiplayer dogfight),
Missions (32), Free Flight (oh yeah), Versus Link (get a link cable and
friend), Replay Theater, Training, and Hangar (whew...). I
hope the missions include some ground targets this time around. If
I get positive word, I'll update the preview.
> If that's not enough, CRI is updating the graphics engine even more.
Better textures, various scenery enhancements, improved vapor trails, and
more realistic afterburning (to name a few). If you like to fly,
then keep your eyes peeled for this one.
> Importing should be relatively easy, especially for seasoned pilots out
there. As usual, internet playability will not be available to import
buyers. The Versus Link mode will be hot though.