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Air Missions: HIND

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Game Information

Available on:Xbox OneJun 14, 2017
PCJun 14, 2017

Publisher: 3DIVISION

Genres: Action, Simulation, Vehicle Combat

Air Missions: HIND is action combat flight simulator based on the Russian Mi-24 Hind assault helicopter, also known as the "Flying Tank". Equip the weapon of your choice! - UPK 23 machineguns, GUV gunpods, FAB bombs, and variety of missiles. Use those weapons to tear up the sky in single player and multiplayer modes.

-Three control modes for casual and experienced players
-Fifteen missions based on fictional conflicts;
-Four different environments: Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Arctic Ocean and Southeast Asia
-Singleplayer and Multiplayer mode, including Campaign missions, Deathmatch, Instant Action, and Online co-operative missions
-Another three soviet helicopters available to fly in missions or multiplayer battles!
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Air Missions: Hind - Launch Trailer

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25 / 100
Ken Barnes

Some will get an hour of two of enjoyment out of the game before they realise that they're on a hiding to nothing, but with an open goal in terms of competition on the platform and what is sure to be a stack of air combat fans waiting for something to sink their teeth into, it's hard to see how the developer has fluffed this so spectacularly.

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7.5 / 10.0

Air Missions: HIND is a game that can be everything we want. It can be an simple and arcady, but also it can be a demanding simulator. Additionally it's the best flying game I've played since Operation Flashpoint. And this says a lot about this game. Players on Xbox got also all the DLCs for free and this includes a few new vehicles and plenty of painting schemes for your maximum visual pleasure.

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Unfortunately Air Missions: HIND is not one I can recommend and is a hugely disappointing addition to the genre.

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