It was an open-world flight game, like Privateer, Elite, Galaxy on Fire, etc... except the world wasn't totally open. It took place on Mars, I think, or one of it's moons. Areas were devided by tunnels, and you flew a craft that handled a bit similar (though less arcady) to Descent: you could move on the vertical axis, but it was much closer to an airplane, or maybe a harrier. You could upgrade or buy new ships, take contract missions, kill wanted criminals, become a criminal, trade goods for a profit; the stuff you find in games inspired by elite. It was the last time I broke out my Top Gun Thrustmaster joystick; this way I could use a slider for applying vertical thrust, the hat button to look around, etc. I'm wondering if anyone else played it because it's in a genre that has some really hardcore fans, but seemed to barely get noticed when it came out. I had to hunt it down in a bargain bin at a computer show. I think there are still modding sites for the game up and running. Well, at least one It was mainly to get players together who wanted to dogfight online (I forget if this feature came with the game or was patched/modded in), but it wasn't that easy...you had to use TCP/IPX IIRC, no Gamespy support.