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Buy or wait on the A-10A?


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Was about to pull the trigger on the A-10A after purchasing the SU-25 add on but now not sure. It seems it's bugged enough to make me think twice.

 

I am very happy with the SU-25, I very much enjoy the lower tech challenge and was hoping for the same experience with the A-10A but not sure after reading some of the reports.

 

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The bugs will be fixed... many appeared after switching to AFM. She is fun to fly.

 

 

I have FC3... so for me was easy :) .

 

Look, she works on fire

 

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Or without a part of a wing as you might have seen in the other thread. I fought 4 FW190 with one engine damaged (50% fan rpm), half elevator and wings shredded from a previous Strela encounter... and lost just to 2 of them :) .

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since it has AFM get it

the bugs will be fixed

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It's 15$ at the moment, price will be higher if you 'll wait for bug fixing.

 

Please explain how you arrived at this conclusion.

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DCS_A-10A_banner_for_ED_180x180_for-sale.jpg

Just guessing, why would there be "NOW" tag ?

 

What and where is the 'NOW' tag?

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even though I have FC3, the only reason I'm getting the Grach is its armor, sturdiness and the fact that it relies heavily on INS and not GPS, which will help train me more to look outside the cockpit and the hordes of maps I have on my kneeboard. As for the A, meh...

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Later this year, we will offer:

A-10A: DCS Flaming Cliffs

Su-25: DCS Flaming Cliffs

F-15C: DCS Flaming Cliffs

Su-27: DCS Flaming Cliffs

 

These modules will feature:

1- Detailed 3D model (high polygon / high res textures)

2- 6 DOF cockpit

3- Advanced Flight Model (AFM)

4- Same level of cockpit system detail as the Lock On: Flaming Cliffs aircraft

 

We plan to release each at $19.99 USD.

 

It's probably on sale now ;)

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It's probably on sale now ;)

 

 

Between then and now they realized that price was too high.

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Beside that, I can promise you that Steam would have the Su-25 listed as on sale if the final price was going to be higher.

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What and where is the 'NOW' tag?

 

From "NOW 14.99$" on red background I understand that there's sale on this module. But as Wags said, "EVERYTHING IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE".

 

 

 

 

Kids on steam are crying about price in euros. Why then they won't open google and search for official standalone DCS without STEAM DRM for less $$ :doh:

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You do know he is talking about the A-10A Not the A-10C

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From "NOW 14.99$" on red background I understand that there's sale on this module. But as Wags said, "EVERYTHING IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE".

 

Not sure what page that is but if they raise the price I will be surprised.

 

 

 

 

Kids on steam are crying about price in euros. Why then they won't open google and search for official standalone DCS without STEAM DRM for less $$ :doh:

 

There is no Steam DRM on ED's products. The Steam DRM does not support 64 bit applications which is why it specifically lists Starforce as the DRM on Steam's product pages.

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There is no Steam DRM on ED's products. The Steam DRM does not support 64 bit applications which is why it specifically lists Starforce as the DRM on Steam's product pages.

 

Steam is DRM itself. I like to click game icon from desktop and have all stuff working, steam adds unnecessary stuff, prices are higher than on ED website.

I am aware of "workshop" possible advantages but it's far from done.


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