VIRPIL revisited and redesigned its most affordable joystick base, making it more complex and adding a clutch system, which suits the helicopter market. Thinking about getting it? Read on.
Taog’s Hangar recently released the classic helicopter, and I was super anxious to find out how she would behave.
Joshua Cowan released the A-Star we all love (right?) and we were all (right?) waiting for this release. How good is she?
With the release of the Microsoft Flight Simulator, we started to see a lot of new companies entering the market. Some with great products. Others seem to be trying to take advantage of the community. This is one of those products.
A bunch of helipads, wild animals roaming, African steppes, and gorgeous waterfalls. Welcome to Zimbabwe.
CowanSim’s is the second post-native helicopter support Bell 206 to be released for MSFS. As with the FlyInside Bell 206, Joe Hudson took her for a spin. Here are his thoughts.
FlyInside released their second helicopter for MSFS. Only a few days after the announcement, the FlyInside Bell 206 is out, and Joe Hudson took a good look at her.
When it comes to having control over your virtual aircraft, every bit helps, and, very often, we see solutions coming from companies and products that were never designed to be used for flight simulation. Loupedeck is one of those companies and their Loupedeck Live can be one of those products.
The Hawk-60 Collective grip is the second offer from VIRPIL for a collective set and, you may have guessed it, it resembles the UH-60 Blackhawk collective head.
The ALPHA Prime is one of the latest VIRPIL products to come out to the market. But while it’s a grip that seems to be mostly aimed at space/sci-fi games, there’s a particular feature to this model that made me take a second look at it.