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Attention virtual pilots: New DLC for IL-2 Sturmovik is now available on Xbox Live and PSN. The DLC adds six new missions to the game, one for each theatre. Also included in the pack is a new plane to fly, the American P47D. According to the Xbox Live Marketplace description -- though curiously abs...

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October 8, 2009 at 2:45PM
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If the likes of Tom Clancy's HAWX and Ace Combat are too arcade-y for you, you'll be pleased to hear that a demo of IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey from Russian developer 1C has landed on the Marketplace. It's the closest thing yet to a true flight combat simulator on 360. The demo weighs in at 1.22G...

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Simulation games of any type don't exactly have a large or successful history in the world of the console gamer. But since RTS's have been taking steps into the console world, sims should as well. Given that most sims are slow and a bit, well ... boring, it's good to see that not only is IL-2 Sturm...

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Russia-based publisher 1C games has announced its first titles for "next-gen" (or what we're actually now calling "current-gen") consoles: Captain Blood and the less-catchily-titled IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey. Captain Blood (pictured above) is an Xbox 360 and PC action game based on the Rafael ...

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European PC publisher 1C is trying its hand at the current-gen consoles and handhelds, including everything except the Wii in its latest venture, IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey. Browsing through 1C's resume, we didn't find anything of note, but the again we're not really in-the-know when it comes to...

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Between this morning's details on Call of Duty 5 and the announcement of this new flight sim, it would seem that World War II enthusiasts will be happy with the ever present abundance of era-based games. Eastern European publisher, 1C Company, is set to bring IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey to the P...

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There are some Western third party companies out there that haven't completely given up on the PSP. Then again, technically, publisher 1C Company is Eastern European -- not quite west enough. We kid, we kid. The publisher is set to bring IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey to the PSP (developed by Dynam...

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