Saturday, February 23, 2013

LatinVFR KSAN - Review Teaser Shots


FS9/FSX. Well, I’m hard at work at my upcoming LatinVFR San Diego (KSAN) review for both FSX and FS9. As most of you know, reviews take a substantial time commitment and the final copy is still a ways away. However, as I know there is significant interest in this scenery I thought I’d post some review teaser captures. These shots are directly from my in progress review, unedited, and exactly what I’m seeing in the simulator. Check them out, and if you have any special requests for the review, speak now…

Note: These shots do not constitute an opinion negative or positive, simply what I am seeing.








10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shot n. 5 is amazing!

Anonymous said...

Nice sky. Is it a REX review ?

Anonymous said...

FlyTampa was too late. And we could read several times on the forums that this airport will be a success due to its beautiful location and they were not interested because the legacy version did not sell too well. And now this version seems to sell very well.

Mark Hrycenko said...

That's actually just the default FSX weather engine...not REX.

Anonymous said...

LOL, he would have gotten an installation error if it was REX, silly.

Anonymous said...

Is this any better than the latinvfr one?

Anonymous said...

I think its not too late for FlyTampa to reboot KSAN. LatinVFR version is pretty good buts theres much room for improvement.

Anonymous said...

I meant his screen shots are all of the sky, as if not wanting to show the scenery.

Mark Hrycenko said...

Although I appreciate your comments, I do not agree. The two terminal shots are somewhat focused on the horizon. However, there is still a clear view of applicable terminal detail which is the purpose of the shots. Evidently, the purpose is not to display the entire aircraft or significant amounts of bare tarmac, the inevitable result if the angle is focused lower down for this type of shot. So given the choice, I chose sky. For full context, and "non sky focused" shots, you will have to read the full review. Mini rant over.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad I waited for this instead of other scenery developed for the area....

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