From out of nowhere comes Activision's Sky Odyssey. Developed by a small Japanese company called Cross, Sky Odyssey has often been compared to Pilotwings with its flight simulation environment and the lack of anything resembling weapons. Everything can be done with the dual analog sticks on the DUALSHOCK 2--the right stick controls rudder and aileron movement while the left stick controls pitch and banking. With a number of unique environments and realistic weather patterns such as subterranean caverns and intensive lightning storms, respectively, Sky Odyssey certainly keeps the on-screen flight interesting. Airplane selection ranges from WWII-era fighters (although they can't shoot) to UFOs and pretty much every age of flight in between. Bombers, helicopters, and biplanes all control differently, and the different flight models mean any of the vast, miles-wide courses can be played a different way nearly every time.