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Perhaps the best thing about this air-and-ground combat sim is that it's very easy to just plunge into it, get a decent idea of its systems and start having fun right away.

Try saying that about Flight Simulator X with a straight face.

The USA, Russia, Britain, Germany and Japan all wage war here, each with their own particular mechanical strengths (there's a long-running argument converning Soviet machinery bias in this area), weaknesses... If you're averse to grinding, this might not be the sim for you.

If you're after a WW2 war sim with an enormous community that you can start playing with no financial outlay, though...

It’s also significantly cheaper than becoming a pilot yourself, it doesn’t matter if you fall asleep mid-flight, and you don’t have to eat plane food - really, what’s not to love?

When people say the word 'simulator,' Microsoft's imperious and encyclopaedic aviation behemoth is the first game that springs to mind.If you're after sheer volume of machinery, War Thunder's WW2/Korean War era roster exceeds 300 aircraft. ) or simulation physics models to blast away at airborne adversaries playing on both PC and consoles - its servers know no platform boundaries.Which, of course, means there's usually plenty of easy meat for PC players to pick off.However, it also includes new trains and routes that you can buy by either shelling out TS2016 as a standalone game, or purchasing them seperately.Currently the game has over £3000/00 of DLC on its Steam store page, carrying over from title to title dating back to 2014, with individual routes and trains costing as much as £24.99/.99 each.The all-time greats still worth playing; the sims with modding communities who breathe eternal life into them; the facsimiles of an aspect of reality so niche you can barely fathom their existence. Such is the nature of the genre that seeking out the best PC sims is like asking for the ‘special’ stock the shopkeeper keeps in the back room.

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