History VideoGame / RedBaron

15th Sep '17 7:58:22 AM Mistercombine
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* MostWonderfulSound: The sound of tearing canvas or splintering wood during a dogfight...unless it's [[OhCrap coming from]] [[ThisIsGonnaSuck your plane]].
13th Sep '17 6:36:15 AM Mistercombine
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* ArtificialStupidity: While the enemy AI can be [[ArtificialBrilliance quite clever]] in maneuvering to get a clear shot or escape the player, it also has a habit of pulling maneuvers with damaged aircraft that result in structural failures, such things as wings ''snapping off'' mid-turn

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* ArtificialStupidity: While the enemy AI can be [[ArtificialBrilliance quite clever]] in maneuvering to get a clear shot or escape the player, it also has a habit of pulling maneuvers with damaged aircraft that result in structural failures, such things as wings ''snapping off'' mid-turn
13th Sep '17 6:35:07 AM Mistercombine
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* ArtificialStupidity: While the enemy AI can be [[ArtificialBrilliance quite clever]] in maneuvering to get a clear shot or escape the player, it also has a habit of pulling maneuvers with damaged aircraft that result in structural failures, such things as wings ''snapping off'' mid-turn
10th Jun '17 3:10:20 PM nombretomado
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In each game, the player gets the opportunity to fly and fight against a broad selection of aircraft in the skies above the trenches of {{World War One}}'s Western Front. The player can choose to fly for either the Allies or the Central Powers (the original featured only the Royal Flying Corps and the German ''Fliegertruppen / Luftstreitkräfte'', though the former also flew a lot of French designs; ''II / 3D'' added the French ''Aéronautique Militaire'' and the United States Army Air Service to the Allied side) in a variety of missions, including squadron dogfights, balloon busting or defense, and patrolling and escort missions. You can even choose to test your mettle against some of the air war's most famous aces in one-on-one dogfights.

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In each game, the player gets the opportunity to fly and fight against a broad selection of aircraft in the skies above the trenches of {{World War One}}'s UsefulNotes/WorldWarI's Western Front. The player can choose to fly for either the Allies or the Central Powers (the original featured only the Royal Flying Corps and the German ''Fliegertruppen / Luftstreitkräfte'', though the former also flew a lot of French designs; ''II / 3D'' added the French ''Aéronautique Militaire'' and the United States Army Air Service to the Allied side) in a variety of missions, including squadron dogfights, balloon busting or defense, and patrolling and escort missions. You can even choose to test your mettle against some of the air war's most famous aces in one-on-one dogfights.
10th Jun '17 3:09:10 PM nombretomado
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30th Apr '14 12:49:31 PM Specialist290
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* CoolPlane: Includes several, such as the Fokker E. III (the first true fighter plane), the Fokker Dr. I (the Red Baron's own iconic craft), the Fokker D. VII, the SPAD 13, and the S.E.5a (the three aircraft that crop up most often in debates over "the best fighter of the war"), and the Sopwith Camel ([[SmallReferencePools Snoopy's alter ego's plane]] from ''NewspaperComic/{{Peanuts}}'').

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* CoolPlane: Includes several, such as the Fokker E. III (the first true fighter plane), the Fokker Dr. I (the Red Baron's own iconic craft), the Fokker D. VII, the SPAD 13, and the S.E.5a (the three aircraft that crop up most often in debates over "the best fighter of the war"), and the Sopwith Camel ([[SmallReferencePools Snoopy's alter ego's plane]] from ''NewspaperComic/{{Peanuts}}'').''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'').
30th Apr '14 12:47:27 PM Specialist290
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* CoolPlane: Includes several, such as the Fokker E. III (the first true fighter plane), the Fokker Dr. I (the Red Baron's own iconic craft), the Fokker D. VII, the SPAD 13, and the S.E.5a (the three aircraft that crop up most often in debates over "the best fighter of the war").

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* CoolPlane: Includes several, such as the Fokker E. III (the first true fighter plane), the Fokker Dr. I (the Red Baron's own iconic craft), the Fokker D. VII, the SPAD 13, and the S.E.5a (the three aircraft that crop up most often in debates over "the best fighter of the war").war"), and the Sopwith Camel ([[SmallReferencePools Snoopy's alter ego's plane]] from ''NewspaperComic/{{Peanuts}}'').
21st Apr '13 5:13:15 PM NativeJovian
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* OldSchoolDogfighting: Justified; the setting ''is'' the "[[TropeMaker old school]]."

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* OldSchoolDogfighting: OldSchoolDogfight: Justified; the setting ''is'' the "[[TropeMaker old school]]."
11th Dec '12 5:21:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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24th Nov '12 9:23:52 AM justanid
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'''''Red Baron''''' is a series of renowned combat flight simulators created by Dynamix (also known for ''StarsiegeTribes'') and originally published by Sierra Entertainment. The games in the series are:

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'''''Red Baron''''' is a series of renowned combat flight simulators created by Dynamix (also known for ''StarsiegeTribes'') ''{{VideoGame/Starsiege}}: {{VideoGame/Tribes}}'') and originally published by Sierra Entertainment. The games in the series are:
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