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XyZspineZyX
09-19-2003, 07:44 PM
Hello,

I wanted to know if others have the same problems as me with using the different aircraft types in the same game!.

For a few months now, I have been flying the FW types and varients and I feel I know them well. If I change to a different aircraft and back, they feel totally different and it takes me some time to re-gain the momentary lost knowledge and skill ?.
I find this happens quite a lot in an un-ballanced game where you may have to change sides frequently to keep everything even, I don't mind changing sides but I would still like to fly the same aircraft type (if I had a choice).

I don't look upon it as gaining experience in another type, but rather loosing and then re-learning the a temporary lost skill I had before I swapped.

How do you cope ?

Thanks

XyZspineZyX
09-19-2003, 07:44 PM
Hello,

I wanted to know if others have the same problems as me with using the different aircraft types in the same game!.

For a few months now, I have been flying the FW types and varients and I feel I know them well. If I change to a different aircraft and back, they feel totally different and it takes me some time to re-gain the momentary lost knowledge and skill ?.
I find this happens quite a lot in an un-ballanced game where you may have to change sides frequently to keep everything even, I don't mind changing sides but I would still like to fly the same aircraft type (if I had a choice).

I don't look upon it as gaining experience in another type, but rather loosing and then re-learning the a temporary lost skill I had before I swapped.

How do you cope ?

Thanks

XyZspineZyX
09-19-2003, 08:03 PM
Become an expert with multiple series that require similer flying styles. I specialize with the Fw-190A/F's but can also fly the Bf-109's, P-40's and P-47's proficiently. All of them are B&Z planes which makes switching between them much easier.

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