- Platform: Windows 2000 / 98 / NT / Me / XP
- PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
- Media: Video Game
Players will feel at home in the cockpit of these world-class fighters and they can easily jump into authentic combat action. Each aircraft is rendered in exceptional detail and performs just like its real world counterpart. Players can choose from eight US and Russian jets that range from tank-killing A-10 Warthogs and ground-pounding Su-25 Frogfoots to air-superiority fighters like the F-15C Eagle and the Su-27 Flanker.
Intuitive and in-depth training missions will instruct players on the basics and advanced tactics of aerial engagements, navigation and weapons use. You can take part in a customisable single-player campaign or take advantage of a powerful multi-player experience (head-to-head and cooperative play). Meticulously detailed terrain mapping covers a gloriously 3-D rendered landscape.
Yep does not allow the use of a joystick and of course we all know you fly a aircraft using a keyboard...stupid omission...Published 2 months ago by G. F. A. Marsden
Ive always enjoyed the LOMAC series of games, despite their well known bugs. The graphics are a bit lacking by today's standards, but the gameplay is as good as it has ever beenPublished on 20 April 2013 by LIMAC fan
Still a cutting edge flight simulator but it has a steep learning curve and some of the keyboard controls are not very intuitive. Read morePublished on 22 Mar. 2013 by Mr. Nicholas Wright
Excellent graphics of both aircraft and terrain.This tends to be more for people interested in
the workings of the full size,and gives excellent idea of what it is like to fly... Read more
Lock On is a brilliant game, and provided you have the right PC system, it works like a dream. But that is the problem - getting the right specs. Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2004 by Amazon Customer
I AM RUNNING THE GAME ON AN AMD ATHLON 2400+, 512MB RADEON 9200
NO PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS SO FAR. Read more
Well, it seems to me that the only reason people gave this game such a poor score is because they can't run it on there pc. What a crock. Read morePublished on 9 July 2004 by "djdezel"
Lock on - Modern air combat...
well they've got one thing right - its so modern that not all PCs can even run it. Read more