Eurofighter

Has anyone tried the Eurofighter yet? Good/Bad???

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Check out Post,… Refund on DLC

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The Eurofighter has left a " sour taste " in people’s mouths , and that’s putting it mildly !!

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The Eurofighter is a incomplete and poor designed aircraft.
Don’t buy it !! :stuck_out_tongue:

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Maybe we should give this Dev Team a little more time to Deliver a Viable Aircraft.
Should they persist in Marketing a Sub Standard Product they will most likely have a ‘Very Disappointed’ ,… ( Like ‘Zorg’ in the Fifth Element),…FS Community to contend with.
As regard’s ‘Sub Standard’,… i can’t even begin to understand how these Talented IT Creator’s build these amazing Aircraft for our Beloved Sim and given time these Guy’s might very well surprise us all .

i don’t think that Mr Zorg is referencing this Particular Aircraft but give them time ,… Who know’s ?

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I can only speak for the 3d modelling and texturing elements. If the person* responsible has any talent, the results show nothing but contempt for the customer.

*I doubt it’s a team, because that would imply a certain level of expertise in each area. This looks to be the product of one person who doesn’t excel in any.

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Well,… if this Guy get’s a Hard enough Kick in the BTM from a ‘Disappointed’ FS Community it could very well persuade him to ‘Brush Up’ on whatever it takes to Fill our Hanger’s with Excellent Aircraft.

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Let him surprice us…! :slightly_smiling_face:

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Since the Typhoon is the first supersonic fighter jet for MSFS it has more than enough of a unique selling point, for the author to just stick with it.
For me everything about this product is a clear indication the author’s main goal was to make lots of money fast with as little effort as possible. It’s a short-term strategy for maximised profit. If he’s really a single person developer and basically seems to have put very few man-hours into development (compared to what IndiaFoxTecho or Aerosoft does i.e.) the profit margin is enormous.
At the moment - despite the poor quality - the Typhoon is still the No.1 aircraft on simmarket and it’s also featured on the FS marketplace which will boost sales because every player will sooner or later stumble upon it. Also there seem to be many people out there who actually think it’s a good plane. So the strategy seems to be working very well.
In case the hype around the Typhoon goes away, and the author has the tide turning against him, he can simply change the name of the company and make another substandard plane with another unique selling point as a new independant upstart.

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Wow thabk you, I almost bought it yesterday!
I bought that italian jet…well, it is neutral for me.

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There’s a difference between “give them time” for a competent dev team and then “give them time” to an incompetent, money-grabbing dev team who sees it fit to release such a hot mess such as the Eurofighter.

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Why not beta test a product before putting it on the market.
There are developers who dump their product on the market as soon as possible in order to score money quickly. There are also amateurs who are easily satisfied with what they have produced.

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Don’t listen to those ungrateful whiners.The jet is awesome and needs to master it so you can have fun.
Yes it lacks some good quality textures in cockpit but they will fix it.They have been updating it since day one which i bought it.

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At least its not 40 dollars like the F15, that should of stayed at home for a few more months to work out the bugs,

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People like you enable these devs to put out garbage. Enjoy your scrap. There is nothing to “master” here.

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Then you go to DC to pay 40$ for their ■■■■ and leave us pay 20 for a great and always updating jet which by the way came from a small dev and not a big one which releases ■■■■.
By the way,Nobody forced you to buy it.

Master what, how to use a garmin in a fighter jet?

You do you, but quit with the ‘master’ nonsense, iv seen
more detail on an egg shell.

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There’s something called a happy medium between DCS and hot garbage, where everything is visually modeled but some of the more obscure switches/dials are inop. There is nothing to “master” if it’s mishmashed garmins and airliner FMCs charged as payware.

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I’m going to wait awhile, thanks all for the feedback!