|Publisher:||Sierra Entertainment, Sierra Online|
|Title:||Red Baron Final Save Game|
|Platform:||Amiga, DOS, Mac OS|
|Genre:||Combat flight simulator|
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Red Baron Final Save Game:
Red Baron Final Save Game: Red Baron is a critically acclaimed video game for the PC, created by Damon Slye at Dynamix and published by Sierra Entertainment. It was released in 1990. As the name suggests, the game is a flying simulation set on the Western Front of World War I. The player can engage in single missions or career mode, flying for either the German Air Service or the Royal Flying Corps. In the course of the game the player might find himself either flying in the Red Baron’s squadron Jasta 11, or encountering him as an enemy above the front. A port of the game for the Nintendo 64 was announced, but never released.
Many of the famous German, British, and French combat aircraft of World War I are available to fly including the Fokker E.I Eindecker, the Fokker Dr.I Triplane, the Sopwith Camel, and the SPAD XIII. The game features somewhat unrealistic physics as it was mainly intended as an entertainment game instead of a true flight simulator, although the unique flying characteristics of some of the aircraft were implemented such as the gyroscopic effect created by the Sopwith Camel’s rotary engine and the Albatroses’ upper wings shearing at high negative G loads. The player also has to deal with problems the real fighter pilots of World War I faced, such as gun jams, flak, engine damage, and possibly bleeding to death if they were wounded and could not land at an aerodrome in time.
Konami SHORT REVIEW:
Computer Gaming World approved of Red Baron ’s accurate history and realistic flight models and combat, and option to record missions. The magazine concluded that the game “is a well thought-out, quality flight combat simulator”. In a 1991 survey of World War I flight simulations, Computer Gaming World described Red Baron as less realistic than MicroProse’s Knights of the Sky, but with excellent graphics and gameplay. A survey of strategy and war games that year, however, gave it five stars out of five and stated that it was superior to Knights of the Sky. A 1993 review of the Sierra Network multiplayer version called it “a real pleasure … One of the best on-line gaming values yet”. The game got 5 out of 5 stars Dragon. Red Baron won Computer Gaming World’s 1991 Simulation of the Year award, and in 1993 the magazine named the game to its Hall of Fame, stating that it “still stands as the high watermark of realistic air combat for many gamers”. That year the magazine told a reader asking for “the most enjoyable flight simulation game” that “most of us still opt for Red Baron”. In 1996, the magazine named Red Baron as #4 on its list of the best PC games of all time, positively comparing it to Spectrum HoloByte’s Falcon 3.0.