GamingShogun writes: "Unlike modern flight sims in which planes have radios to communicate and tarmac to takeoff from, Rise of Flight has neither. Airfields are actual fields and inter-squadron communication is extremely difficult thanks to a lack of radio technology. See? I told you this would be different. Also depicted nicely is the lousy power-to-weight ratio of aircraft in the era. World War One aircraft were seriously underpowered, even with their main construction materials being wood and canvas. Taking off is harrowing enough as the torsion effect of your rotor can send you careening off-course or into your wingmen if you..."