Il-2 Sturmovik: 1946 Review
If you ever played Il-2 Sturmovik: 1946 in its day, you would have said it sucked, so why does it still have a loyal following of fans? If you try to play it with a joypad or a keyboard and mouse, then it is about as fun as chewing tin foil. However, if you have a joystick, which were still mildly popular in 2006, then the game takes on a whole new dimension. It is a flight simulator after all, and it should not be played without a joystick because anything else ruins the experience.
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