Exhibit: Avro Vulcan for MSCFS2
I hesitate to criticise a product which has probabably been a labour of love for the developers, and am are especially loath to discourage work on the classic '50's jets, but once a product starts competing for your sim-allowance then it has to measure up.
With no missions, dedicated bases, radio communications or working navaids the Vulcan seems very lonely in Microsoft Combat Flight Sim 2.
This is a plane which spent most of its life flying from A to B, dropping a bomb once and then retiring. The Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 version would at least offer a rich environment to fly in. With the radio and air activity in that sim you could at least imagine you were on a Cold War mission of utmost gravity.
Unfortunately in Microsoft Combat Flight Sim 2 the Vulcan seems a fish out of water.