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Silent Hunter 5 Norway screens shots

Discussion in 'PC and Console Simulations' started by bronk7, Apr 5, 2020.

  1. bronk7

    bronk7 Well-Known Member

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    ..for SH4, I was just downloading and installing a lot of mods for better graphics/etc..I lost my CD..I think I'll get it again
     
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    sounds like some good fun
     
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    Would love to see a WWI sub sim come out..other day was playing Silent Hunter: Commanders Edition from 1996 on my old Pentium 100 IBM...lots of memories.
     
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    I dunno...slugging along just a few knots...seeing a convoy but not having the fish to sink them...slow reload, small or no deck gun...a bit frustrating...except for the purests.
     
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    ....many years ago.......yes, now I remember that JSGME .....a lot of these WW2 games are weak....the mods make them a lot better ..like I said somewhere else, the best WW2 game I ever played was a free mod called Forgotten Hope...it was a Battlefield 2 mod .....it was great
    ....I lost my SH4 CD...I might get it again
    ..I remember Microsoft Combat Flight Sim....it was ok, but FLightSim had a ton of mods-missions/iarcraft/scenery...carriers which you could land on/etc
     

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