Microsoft Flight Reviews and more

Based on 4 critics – Overal Score: 63 / 100

GameInfo: Microsoft Flight is a flight simulation game from Microsoft Studios created as a successor to the long-running, discontinued Microsoft Flight Simulator series. The simulation game is offered “free-to-play”; only charging gamers for downloading extra content, aircraft or scenery. Unlike the enthusiast-centric Microsoft Flight Simulator games, Microsoft Flight focuses much more on the universal appeal of flight and aims to engage a much wider audience.

Critic Score
Eurogamer Denmark Civilian flight simulators’ve basically always been a little boring. It may sound biased but it comes from a man who has owned all the incarnations of Microsoft Flight Simulator (MFS) since the early nineties and flown several jetpassagerfly than I can remember. Okay, I’ve never flown a jet across the Atlantic in the FSM, but I flew off one two engine turboprop from Copenhagen to Inverness in Scotland, with radio navigation and whole pivtojet, only to discover that Inverness airport, which was just a gray blob , was up a hill and was therefore impossible to land on. Read Full Review 80/100
Strategy Informer Planes have an ability to unnerve even the bravest. After all, humankind as a species was never meant to fly. Regardless of our technological evolution, it’s not a natural concept – flight unsupported by an airplane is always going to end badly for the individual. Understanding the principles of flight do little to calm the nerves when realistically it’s actually one of the safest things someone can do. Read Full Review 70/100
IncGamers …as with flying itself, it all depends on your angle of approach. If, like me, you find yourself embracing the more casual flying style and feel satisfied by what MF will give you for free, the title is certainly worth your time. Read Full Review 60/100
BeefJack Then there’s the actual flying, which isn’t difficult at any point: you set the throttle to full and then guide it through hoops. To land, turn off the engine while relatively close to the landing strip. You can definitely fly with more finesse than I did, but these tactics got me through any missions I played, and there’s precious little reason to come back and try again, let alone to drop money on premium content. Read Full Review 45/100


Minimum Hardware:

CPU: Dual Core 2.0 GHz
GPU: 256 MB card capable of shader 3.0 (DX 9.0c compliant)
HD: 10 GB hard drive space
OS : WinXP SP3 or newer
RAM: 2.0GB

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