Articles with tag 'Review'

Kiowa Pilot reviews the DCS Gazelle

Kiowa Pilot reviews the DCS Gazelle

When in doubt, ask the folks with real experience.

Review: VSKYLABS R44 for X-Plane

Review: VSKYLABS R44 for X-Plane

After the R66, VSKYLABS released the second Robinson they proposed themselves to bring into Laminar Research’s sim. After a rocky start, Nick Bates is finally ready to let us know everything about this bird.

Review: Skytitude X-OilRigs for X-Plane

Review: Skytitude X-OilRigs for X-Plane

If offshore operations are your thing and you’d like oil rigs to look a bit better, this may be the addon you’re looking for.

Review: revisiting the DreamFoil Creations S300CBi for X-Plane 11

Review: revisiting the DreamFoil Creations S300CBi for X-Plane 11

Back in 2016, Joe Hudson took a look at the S300 for X-Plane 10 from DreamFoil Creations. Four years later, he decided to revisit the model as it was updated to X-Plane’s latest version.

Review: X-CPL-Pilot for X-Plane

Review: X-CPL-Pilot for X-Plane

As virtual pilots, we are always looking for something to do in our sims. While military sims usually offer missions and goals, civilian sims don’t normally offer a structured way of flying. X-CPL-Pilot is set to help us solve that.

Review: XPRealistic Pro 2

Review: XPRealistic Pro 2

The tool that promises increased realism and immersion of X-Plane is back with a new version. But how does it handle helicopters?

Review: JRX SA341B/SA342J Gazelle for X-Plane

Review: JRX SA341B/SA342J Gazelle for X-Plane

The Gazelle is one of those helicopters that you simply can’t take your eyes off. JRX brought it to X-Plane in full glory. Nick Bates put it to some (serious) testing!

Review: ORBX Southern California for X-Plane

Review: ORBX Southern California for X-Plane

ORBX recently released their Southern California scenery which should be a dream for the virtual helicopter pilot, considering the number of helipads and heliports in the region. But, is it?

Review: K-51 collective

Review: K-51 collective

Russian manufacturer K-51 has reached the market with a low-cost solution for a dedicated collective. But does low-cost mean “cheap”?

Review: Cowan Simulation 222UT for X-Plane

Review: Cowan Simulation 222UT for X-Plane

Cowan Simulation recently released their first product: the B222UT for X-Plane. Our writer, Joe Hudson, huge fan of Airwolf, was obviously the right guy to review this sexy bird.

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