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Hi ED Team,

 

I'm a loyal customer since forever and have just returned to the sim after waiting for Oculus Rift to come out.

 

I need to tell you that what you have done in 2.0 is absolutely AMAZING. I am a developer myself so I know the infinite effort that goes into bringing such a marvel to light. But to have the artistic sensibility to create the experience the way you did...

 

Since my teen years I've been waiting for what I experienced today. The feeling of being there, 10000 ft, in a small canopy, aboard a combat jet. Thank you.

 

Please keep up the good work. I love you all.

 

Regards,

 

Santiago

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I fly with my dad almost every day, I am 47. We started in the Falcon 2.0 days when I was in my early 20s. It is just amazing what we have now. We never dreamed that we would have something like DCS. The future looks bright.

 

Take a look at my setup. I could not even dream this, back in the 1990s.

 

 

 

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Hi ED Team,

 

I'm a loyal customer since forever and have just returned to the sim after waiting for Oculus Rift to come out.

 

I need to tell you that what you have done in 2.0 is absolutely AMAZING. I am a developer myself so I know the infinite effort that goes into bringing such a marvel to light. But to have the artistic sensibility to create the experience the way you did...

 

Since my teen years I've been waiting for what I experienced today. The feeling of being there, 10000 ft, in a small canopy, aboard a combat jet. Thank you.

 

Please keep up the good work. I love you all.

 

Regards,

 

Santiago

 

Like I wasn't already busting at the gills to get an Oculus Rift ..and then you post something like that!!! :cry:

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Nice setup!

 

I fly with my dad almost every day, I am 47. We started in the Falcon 2.0 days when I was in my early 20s. It is just amazing what we have now. We never dreamed that we would have something like DCS. The future looks bright.

 

Take a look at my setup. I could not even dream this, back in the 1990s.

 

 

 

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I just got my Vive a couple of weeks ago. It really adds immersion to DCS. I was surprised to find the helicopter cockpits feeling larger than I would have thought them to be. Thanks for sharing, looks neat!

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I don't have VR yet, but we can all agree the DCS looks stunning even on the good old 2D screen. :)

 

When I first started flying sims 25+ years ago, we had blue skies and flat green ground, with occasional pyramid-shaped hills. Not too many hills, mind you, to keep the fps reasonable. I was ecstatic when eventually ground started to show some geometry, with real valleys and hills instead of pyramids.

 

At some point I stopped flying sims until a few years ago when I came across DCS World by accident (Wags' half an hour overview video was my first contact with DCS, I watched it with my jaw dropped). Not only good looks, but complexity, realism... my mind was blown! And it was free!

 

Since then, I bought almost all the modules, and set up a decent flying gear.

 

So yeah, thank you ED for making me a flight sim addict again. :pilotfly:

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This theme is occuring in several threads. A testament of well deserved appreciation and Thanks for what ED brings to each of us individually and collectively.

 

So Thank You and A Merry Christmas! or Happy Holidays! to all of the ED Team! And to all of my fellow flight simmers who make up this community!

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I fly with my dad almost every day, I am 47. We started in the Falcon 2.0 days when I was in my early 20s. It is just amazing what we have now. We never dreamed that we would have something like DCS. The future looks bright.

 

Take a look at my setup. I could not even dream this, back in the 1990s.

 

 

 

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Now that's what I call flight sim porn!!! I have to admit.....I'm a little turned on right now.........:huh:

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