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Black Knight: Marine Strike Fighter (pc game)
3.5 out of 5 (4 votes)
  • Intro sequence
  • Mission selection
  • In the cockpit
  • Help screen
  • Going well
  • Head for the next waypoint
  • Stay on target
  • Choose your weapon
  • Weapon info
  • Missiles away!
  • Boom!
  • Banking right
  • Heading for home
  • Nice flying
  • Coming in to land
  • Pull up
  • External view
  • Looking for somewhere to land
  • It's going to be rough
  • A snapshot extracted from gameplay video.
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Hornet F/A 18 simulator king!

In 94, the niche of flight sim gamers and games that tackled to them was without a doubt much larger than today. That was so because, back then the games didn't require tons of people to toil incessantly for a huge flight game to make something out of it, and to make sure that the final product was of a sufficient quality; Nope, realism was only a goal that while still far away, on the horizon, was achieved as much through trickery, still, than through actual real power, which had its own set of advantages. So, today, a game like Black Knight: Marine Strike Fighter might not feel like much, but back then it was the exact product for those that wanted to go for a virtual spin in the Hornet F/A 18. Another cool flight game of the era was KA-50 Hokum (came out in 95) for helicopter sim lovers, though. But yeah, Black Knight was kind of limited in scope, but nonetheless, it features enough missions, both in terms of quantity as well as quality, to insure that while playing it, the gamer would not feel underserved. So, today, the game might still entice those that played it back in the day, or those looking for oldschool flight thrills. It's worth it nonetheless, as a medium quality flight sim, for Hornet fans, that aren't too graphically pretentious.