13 Feb 12
24 Mar 12 6:03 pm
Check out the new (free) "Microsoft Flight
It's not as much of a hard core flightsim as Microsoft's discontinued Microsoft Flight Simulator
series, but it's fun - it may well be the real "Most Realistic Flight Simulation Game" (in terms of visual realism, aircraft cockpit modeling, airframe and controls flight performance envelope modeling, etc. - along with Microsoft Flight Simulator 10 + 3rd party scenery):http://fullterrain.com/product_nablue.html
You see, that's the trouble with making exaggerated claims like:
"The Most Realistic Flight Simulation Game" If you claim "Best Product", you then have to define what "Best Product" means and also substantiate your claim by actually comparing the product you're affiliating with to it's competition for your definition of "Best". If you don't, it will be viewed as just another bit of advertising hype to be ignored. However, a strong claim can be impressive - if it has the strong proof to go with it.
Today's buyers are (justifiably) cynical. You have to prove your claims to them. And usually by 3rd party proof (nobody believes the advertiser's own words) or by honest product comparisons.
I don't mean to put down your product or marketing efforts - just to point out that there's a lesson here about the need to substantiate all claims, even possibly to avoid those "Best" claims altogether.
In my opinion, "Best" opens up a very big can of worms.
Hope this helps...