How do pilots learn how to fly a fighter jet that cost a trillion dollars to develop (or a $100 million a pop to make)? By hopping in a total bad ass simulator that mimics everything about the F-35 in basically the sickest video game ever. The pilots in the simulator look like they’re flying some space age ship, with…
"It's like watching paint dry." What's that like, exactly? Thanks to our team of crack image manipulators rising to the challenge of creating the most horrible simulation game, now we know.
I'm sure, at some point, folks made jokes about making a simulator game where you played a simulator game. It's not a joke. It exists.
British software outfit Oovee has been tweaking and beta-testing their off-road simulator SpinTires for many moons. Now that the full-featured version is almost ready to go, I'm ready to believe this game might be the first and last title for ultra-realistic, aesthetically beautiful, off-road adventuring.
Trains in Japan are incredibly punctual. Being on time is counted down to the centiseconds. And unless there's an accident, Japanese trains simply are not late.
Let's say you want to play a Submarine game. No harm in that, it's a classic genre. You could just sit in front of a monitor. Maybe, if you were feeling up for it, slip on some headphones.
You may never have heard of Trainz, but if you're into train simulators it is the best, perhaps the only, game for you and now the million-copies-sold game is getting multiplayer.