Nog meer flightsims: CGO heeft een review van European Air War:
Earlier on this decade, 1942: Pacific Air War was arguably the most advanced WW II simulation of the time. Boasting a true virtual cockpit (complete with working gauges, no less) with a mouse panning feature, damage modeling that included wings actually breaking off when hit, and one of the first dynamic campaigns ever put into a prop-era sim, MicroProse had really pushed the envelope. For years fans had been clamoring for a sequel, and were in turn promised a return appearance with 1943: European Air War. Alas, for one reason or another, the sequel dragged on in development with no end in sight. It has finally been released, albeit with a slightly truncated name, in a market flooded with similar games. Yet in defiance of heavy competition from its modern counterparts, European Air War manages to uniquely distinguish itself in many important aspects.