Flight simulations and aesthetics of the nineties

Retro aesthetics in video games are becoming increasingly popular, especially when it comes to flight simulations. Even those who had a good time and flew with the help of PlayStation 1 games are most looking forward to it.

Although they are no longer as popular as before (mostly because the joystick lost its place), flight simulations are still a favorite genre for many. From F-15 Strike Eagle, over Chuck Yeager, do Falcon 3.0 – the simulations went on and on brought a recognizable appearance of aircraft and terrain.

Flight simulations are available today obsessed with realism, so more and more often they use satellite data to make everything look like reality. New game Tiny Combat Arena plans something different, primarily retro aesthetics. It’s aerial warfare for the PC, backed by Microprose – the studio responsible for a number of older simulations. It is true that this is not the original company, since it went bankrupt many years ago, but it seems that those who bought the name are planning similar games.

Tiny Combat Arena arrives in September, and already has its own Steam page.

Source: Kotaku

Source: PC Press by pcpress.rs.

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