NO FLAN NO
Only the F-16 does for now, and it's a demonstrator of what the cockpit will look like. Cockpits are a low priority for the Early Access schedule.
As I said, extensive stealth capabilities. Hopefully we won't get noticed by anybody important. If I remember correctly we do have contingency measures in place.
Nope. Plenty of other organisations and pilots exist.
extensive stealth capabilities
Standby for R51.
The game's inventory of aircraft is far from complete.
inb4 all of iceberg are diagnosed with amnesia and forget all about vector thrust
From what I hear the artstyle fluctuates depending on which campaign you play.
Jose Pavli. Upon review, a very very very small snippet of the Vector Thrust lietmotif appears played by the strings near the end of the video.
We have a jazz track too for those off-deployment hours.
This song is nowhere close to the main theme of the game. Indeed, the lietmotif doesn't make an appearance here. It's a highly memorable one, though.
As far as my flight experience goes, the Su-47 outclasses the F-35 in all aspects bar air-to-ground work. However, once we give the Lightning weapon bays it should become stealthier than the Berkut.
We're green, folks!
Just realised that the F-35X kinda sort resembles the Shinden II from some angles.
A more reasonable response is to please limit your posts to relevant material. No need to post one or two sentences in response to a statement unless it's justifiable and relevant.
While I agree that if you find the product unsuitable you should be entitled to a refund (also given that you haven't screwed with the product if it's a physical good), there are a number of perfectly reasonable arguments why you shouldn't especially if it's an electronic good.
Most stores offer refunds under several conditions, but generally these are the most basic ones covered under Australian (and I would assume international) commercial law.
1. The Product is faulty or otherwise unsuitable for its purpose
2. The Product did not fit its description (like buying an apple and getting a carrot)
Now, these are the two base laws that most government consumer law agencies require companies to enforce, and most companies add their own conditions onto these rules. So you see that even for physical and non-electronic goods people don't offer refunds for a change of mind.
Now electronic goods you download off the internet don't come with a refund policy (unless super broken like WarZ, which violated Rule 2 anyway) purely because of the risk of piracy/data theft, where pirates or other people buy the good, copy it or otherwise use it, and then ask for a refund because 'they changed their mind'. So yes, I support your idea of a playable demo to allow people to see if VT is up to their expectations, but don't go expecting to get refunds for it, or any electronic goods except for circumstances where the game is actually broken.
I wonder if all the guest posts are from multiple people or just one very enthusiastic fan.
Right now me and FaN are writing up the game manual to go with it.
Black Ops Report and Normal Reports are two different things ;)
VT Steam page is online and undergoing final preparations. Keep an eye out.
Iceberg Big Boss is back (apparently)! Hopefully we'll be hearing from them soon.
But the campaigns aren't even done yet :0.
(Actually on that note if JT Mission 06 is incomplete maybe me and Wheaton could give it a go, TS)
All bombs use the same sound effect, a mechanical clunky sound to signal release. Small missiles and large missiles use different sound files.
We don't have plans to turn the Nighthound into a physical model. I don't even think it will be in the first Early Access build, because we haven't got the weaponry bays done or something like that.
Why not tell one of the staff at Iceberg HQ to call him and ask for a yes/no for release?
All good. Blame me for posting this.
I forgot when TS mentioned to me that the artist was looking at the logo, it might have been before the Report was published. I didn't read it thoroughly enough to pick up that he had mentioned this fact, so I thought I might bring it up.
No, I think we can fix it before release. I told him yesterday, lol