Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception
Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception takes the Ace Combat series onto the PSP for the first time.
Wings of Power: WWII Heavy Bombers and Jets
If you've ever dreamed about flying any of these bombers or jets, this is as close as you can get outside of paying for a real-life flight.
Israeli Air Force
As a worthy successor to Navy Fighters and ATF, it provides a sweeping selection of planes and mission types for gamers looking for quick fun instead of painstaking realism.
When it comes down to it, the simplicity is what makes Flying Corps so fun.
Enemy Engaged: Apache V Havoc
Apache Havoc offers a great mix of realism and approachability, so that hard-core fans and novices alike should find a lot to like in the game.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
Discover the glory of being an elite fighter pilot. Become an Ace pilot by taking down enemies through tactical dogfighting, while experiencing the exhilaration of flying freely in a fully ...
Snoopy Flying Ace
Join the beloved pooch, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the Peanuts gang in this fun, action-packed aerial-combat game.
WarBirds III Fighter Pilot Academy
There's no denying that Warbirds is at once the most difficult, expensive, and ultimately gratifying online flight sim currently available.
Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW
Sammy's Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW has survived localization and emerges as an altogether impressive combat flight sim.
Fly has it where it counts: in the cockpit and, for the most part, in the flight model.
Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War
Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War will take place a decade prior to Ace Combat 5.
X-Plane is a fantastic sandbox that makes a terrific counterpart to the much more rigid Flight Simulator series.
Lethal Skies II
From top to bottom, Lethal Skies II is a well-crafted, entirely satisfactory arcade-style flight combat game--much like its predecessor.
Dropship: United Peace Force
It's an altogether unique flight combat game, and one that can also be quite impressive from a technological standpoint.
It falls into a nether region between Comanche and Longbow for realism and playability, but offers some unique elements that have not been seen before in a sim.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 98
Microsoft has proven itself fighting fit with a thorough retooling of the classic.
U.S. Navy Fighters '97
A completely entertaining and accessible sim worthy of its predecessor, Chuck Yeager's Air Combat.
Thunderstrike: Operation Phoenix
Players looking for a detailed flight simulation will enjoy Thunderstrike's tactical gameplay, but fans of visceral action will find its strike-and-hide gameplay requirements a bit too rigid.
B-17 Flying Fortress: The Mighty 8th
This ambitious game actually isn't so much a flight simulation as it is a role-playing game that takes place aboard a bomber.
Fighter Squadron: The Screamin' Demons over Europe
Despite the lack of a full campaign, the physics models and top-notch AI make this one of the best dogfighting experiences yet.