[bullet]New Pacific Theater aircraft. In “Combat Flight Simulator 2,” players can choose to pilot a variety of American and Japanese aircraft, each accurately representing its historical counterpart. Players can fly the deadly single-engine American Vought F4U-1A Corsair, one of the most feared planes of the era, otherwise known as the “ensign eliminator” or take to the skies in the A6M2 Zero, the Japanese fighter that dominated the Pacific with its 20 millimeter cannons and lithe maneuverability. [bullet]Realistic aircraft flight models. Rendered in meticulous detail, the aircraft featured in “Combat Flight Simulator 2” are four times more graphically detailed than those in the original game. Each aircraft featured in “Combat Flight Simulator 2” is based on extensive research and detailed “Flight Simulator” models, a program recently selected for a U.S. Navy training program for its unparalleled realism. Planes feature their own unique flight model, performance style and detailed cockpit. Players can watch the Corsair's wings fold on the aircraft carrier pitching deck as they land with a bone-dry fuel tank.
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