Microsoft is demonstrating its Microsoft Flight game at CES 2012 this week. The company announced a beta version recently, and it's showing off that exact copy at its final CES booth. We got a hands on with the beta copy today, and can confirm it works well with an Xbox 360 controller. Microsoft is attempting to support as much hardware as possible with Microsoft Flight, and the company hinted that Kinect support might come once the Kinect for Windows hardware is ready. If you're a virtual air enthusiast then there's still time to sign-up for the beta program so you can play straight away. Microsoft Flight will be made available as a free download in the Spring, and includes Games for Windows LIVE achievements.