1. #1
    Very good this game, but, this lacking maps and historical aircrafts. Philippines are also an example of that and Martin B26 Marauder!
    He would like to see a larger variety of Japanese and American aircrafts!!!

    A hugs to all.
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  2. #2
    indeed Komet.

    try making PF a merged install with all the preceding IL2 titles, more than enough content to lose yourself in until the extra content arrives.

    no sense complaining you dont have a dark eyed honey skinned islander beauty in your arms, when theres an ivory skinned fiery redhead standing right in front of you...

    cant be with the one you lurve?
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  3. #3
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by EnGaurde:
    try making PF a merged install with all the preceding IL2 titles, more than enough content to lose yourself in until the extra content arrives.
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    He was asking for more Japanese and American aircraft and pacific maps, I fail to see what 9 different IL2s, 14 Yaks, 14 Bf-109s and 9 Fw-190s adds to the PACIFIC THEATER.
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  4. #4
    really dash.

    you know something?

    HE AINT GONNA GIT NONE OF THEM THERE JAPANESE PLANES NOW IS HE ! ! !

    this is why i suggested he expand his horizons.

    its clear my analogy was utterly wasted on you.

    god i hate forums sometimes.
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  5. #5
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by F4UDash4:
    He was asking for more Japanese and American aircraft and pacific maps, I fail to see what 9 different IL2s, 14 Yaks, 14 Bf-109s and 9 Fw-190s adds to the PACIFIC THEATER. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I KNEW skycat_2's recent, brilliant post listing all the models in the game would come in handy...

    Here's what you get, in terms of _flyable_ planes only, if you add FB/AEP...

    BI-1 Soviet Rocket Plane, 1942
    Hurricane Mk.II (Soviet Field Mod)
    I-153 M-62, 1939
    I-153 P, 1939
    I-16 Type 18, 1939
    I-16 Type 24, 1939
    I-16 Type 24 (SPB), 1939
    I-185 M-71, 1942
    I-185 M-82A, 1942
    IL-2, 1941 (1 Series)
    IL-2, 1941 (2 Series)
    IL-2, 1941 (3 Series)
    IL-2, 1941 Field Mod
    IL-2I, 1943
    IL-2M, 1942 (First Series)
    IL-2M, 1942 (Later Series)
    IL-2T, 1943
    IL-2 Type 3, 1943
    LaGG-3, 1941 (4 Series)
    LaGG-3, 1942 (29 Series)
    LaGG-3 IT, 1943
    LaGG-3, 1943 (66 Series)
    La-5, 1942
    La-5F, 1942
    La-5FN, 1943
    La-7, 1944
    La-7 3xB-20, 1944
    MiG-3, 1940
    MiG-3ud, 1941
    MiG-3 2xUB, 1941
    MiG-3 2xShVAk, 1941
    MiG-3 AM-38, 1941
    MiG-3U, 1942
    P.11c, 1939
    P-39 Q-1 "Airacobra", 1944
    P-39 Q-10 "Airacobra", 1944
    P-40E M-105 (Soviet Field Mod)
    Spitfire Mk.Vb, 1941
    Spitfire Mk.Vb (CW), 1943
    Spitfire L.F. Mk.Vb, 1942
    Spitfire L.F. Mk.Vb (CW)
    Spitfire Mk.IXc, 1943
    Spitfire L.F. Mk.IXc (CW)
    Spitfire Mk.IXe, 1943
    Spitfire L.F. Mk.IXe (CW)
    Spitfire H.F. Mk.IXe, 1943
    TB-3 4M-17, 1933
    TB-3 4M-34R, 1933
    TB-3 4M-34R (SPB)
    Yak-1, 1941
    Yak-1B, 1942
    Yak-3, 1944
    Yak-3P, 1945
    Yak-7A, 1941
    Yak-7B, 1941
    Yak-9, 1942
    Yak-9B, 1944
    Yak-9D, 1943
    Yak-9M, 1944
    Yak-9K, 1944
    Yak-9T, 1943
    Yak-9U, 1944
    Yak-9UT, 1945
    YP-80 (US "Shooting Star" jet fighter prototype)
    B-239, 1939 (Finnish import version of F2A-1)
    Bf-109 E-4, 1940
    Bf-109 E-4/B, 1940
    Bf-109 E-7/B, 1941
    Bf-109 E-7/Z, 1941
    Bf-109 F-2, 1941
    Bf-109 F-4, 1941
    Bf-109 G-2, 1942
    Bf-109 G-6, 1943
    Bf-109 G-6 Late, 1943
    Bf-109 G-6/AS, 1944
    Bf-109 G-10, 1944
    Bf-109 G-14, 1944
    Bf-109 K-4, 1944
    Bf-109 Z, 1944
    Bf-110 G-2
    Fw-190 A-4, 1942
    Fw-190 A-5, 1943
    Fw-190 A-6, 1943
    Fw-190 A-8, 1944
    Fw-190 A-9, 1944
    Fw-190 D-9, 1944
    Fw-190 D-9, 1945
    Ta-152 H-1, 1944
    Fw-190 F-8, 1944
    Fiat CR.42, 1938
    Fiat G.50, 1938
    Go-229 A-1, 1945 (German flying wing)
    He-111 H-2, 1941
    He-111 H-6, 1941
    He 162A-2 (German jet intercept fighter)
    Hurricane Mk.I
    I.A.R. 80, 1940
    I.A.R. 81a, 1940
    I.A.R. 81c, 1940
    J8A (Swedish import version of Gloster Gladiator)
    Ju-87 B-2, 1941
    Ju-87 D-3, 1942
    Ju-87 G-1, 1943
    Me-163 B-1a (German rocket intercept fighter)
    Me-262 A-1a (German jet fighter-bomber)
    Me-262 A-1a/U4, 1945 (German jet fighter-bomber)
    Me-262 A-2a, 1944 (German jet fighter-bomber)

    (source: skycat_2)

    Admittedly, not all of 'em PTO, though one hastens to point out that Hurris, Spits, I-153s and I-16s, for example, all had a hand in at one point or another...
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    EnGuarde:: <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>no sense complaining you dont have a dark eyed honey skinned islander beauty in your arms, when theres an ivory skinned fiery redhead standing right in front of you... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>


    USMC Aviator Diary, 27 March 1943, New Caledonia:: <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Went to Noumea this A.M....The chow is wonderful. Even a few white women though surprisingly I am not too interested. Allied Forces Club was nice though crowded.

    ~ http://www.scuttlebuttsmallchow.com/winnia.html
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Ya, we come here for Planes and Maps.

    ....Ivory?
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Ivory? <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    hehe.

    i had the pleasure of knowing a fine featured redheaded girl some time ago, when i lived in Edinburgh for a little while.

    yes, she had ivory skin.... pure white, new caledonian sand white. Her short rounded cut fire red hair set off like lava on ice against the stark alabaster tone of her exquisitely shaped neck... I was besotted.



    *sigh*



    Anyway, my whole point was to invest time in what content you can access readily right now, instead of missing out for a relatively smaller content addition.
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  8. #8
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by EnGaurde:
    really dash.

    you know something?
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Yes....


    you're an idiot.
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  9. #9
    Yes Dash you really needed alll those variants of one plane didnt you ? you also needed experimental types that had little or no impact on the war huh ? and even tho the engine sounds are a joke that could have been remedied , you did get vivid plane detail and mediocre FM..be happy, because when you buy a game from the Euro market like IL2 and deal with all the brown-nosing European a$$kissers ,youll do like me..you'll go hunting for another Pacific Air War sim..and theres several on the dar screen.
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  10. #10
    Yeah as much as I'm looking forward to BoB I almost wish Oleg had another year to work on PF.

    Theres still so much to model. Especially mapswise, China Burma, SE Asia, Thailand and Malaysia, Vietnam, and especially the Phillipines which were involved both early war and late war.

    Ships also theres literally a dozen more classes of ship that could make it in on both sides. Oh well, a man can dream.
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