I just finished the single-player campaign, and before anything else, let me congratulate the team on an AMAZING job. Like Ace said, I can barely believe how authentic the game looks and feels. Flying a Viper is a challenging thing, but it should
be, and I loved the feeling of being just slightly out of my depth at the stick of something so powerful, but then feeling a surge of accomplishment as I get the hang of it and started confidently blowing toasters out of the sky.
The only criticism I have is that with the sheer amount of pilot chatter going on, and the level to which the voices are distorted, it can be really difficult to follow what's going on, especially when it's happening while you're in the middle of a furball with 6 raiders. That's not a slight on the voice actors, who are brilliant, or the writing, which is very authentic. It just all comes at you very quickly and is sometimes quite hard to understand. I tried to not have to look at the subtitles, but found that I had to many times (which is another issue, the timing on the subtitles is often a bit wonky, with them either disappearing too soon or showing up too late or not at all). I think the 'pacing' (for want of a better word) of the dialogue could use a little bit of work for the full version. Big, big props to the writer(s) and actors, though. You made me feel like I was right there.