Sunday, August 4, 2013

WingCreation Narita into beta!

FSX/P3D. There is a significant fan base among our ADX readers who just love flying the skies above Japan and all the airports in the country are all amazing to say the least. There are many airports in Japan and sadly we may never get all of them. So between the older Overland, Technobrain, and WingCreation, at least we have something to work with. Here are the latest shots from the latest airport in Japan Narita! Release very soon!




http://www.wingcreation.com/modules/information/index.php?page=article&storyid=9
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14 comments:

Kaman said...

I have the feeling that they are. Rushing things,..... No objects at gates etc.......buildings and jetways only. Really ?

Daniel Arellano said...

So hope Flight Beam does this airport within a couple years or less this takes FSX back to FS9!

Milroy said...

this is great news I have been waiting a long time for scenery to come it's on of the airport on my list

DAndre Newman said...

I'll be brutally honest here. Narita from Overland in FS9 looks much better than this. But nevertheless, I still bring the news on it. Unless Dom purchases it for a Firstlook, I will not bother with it.

Commander-AUT said...

Don't ask for FS2004 version, guys! You're currently watching it. :)

Sid said...

This does not even look ready...I can't believe it'll be released very soon! Doesn't even stand up to their own Fukushima...Looks very disappointing. I had a feeling it would be far from great but the fact that it appears of poorer quality and texturing and looks half-finished and rushed so close to release means I am unable to support Wing Creations with this project unless they take a lot longer and bring it upto a better standard.

Even more so, as I had imagined before now, I see a great opportunity and need for Flightbeam or Orbx or someone to do Narita or Changi or Chep Lap Kok and other Giant hubs in Asia properly for FTXG as all are crying out for serious improvement to be worth the money. As already remarked above by Daniel, hopefully it might happen some day...Its so nice exploring these regions now wit FTXG that it would be really nice to have somewhere of descent quality to land and TO.

Either way, I'm shocked at how many FS9 sceneries look so much better than this. The worst part, we and they know they can do better (as Fukushima doesn't look this bad), which just hints at possible laziness in trying to get a quick sell without at least doing their best and without much love or soul shown to the project. Very sad. I had hoped to be able to support a new-comer but that still means they should work on improving and not getting worse by each new project. Had hoped for more as so many said to wait and give Wing Creation a chance. No thanks as it is Wing Creation. Look at that lack of texture work? Unbelievable!

Thanks for the screenies DAndre,
Sid

Balan22 said...

Just the B777 misses now, and I would fly the Vienna - Narita route.

Pedro said...

Calm down guys...
Did it occurred to you that these may not be their most current screenshot of their product?
I don't believe their current product will turn far worst than their Fukushima product (witch isn't that bad).
That would ruin their current reputation if they'd do that... (hint hint) ;)
Anyhow I'm sure it'll turn out much better then. Looking forward to fly over it.

DAndre Newman said...

Pedro, these shots were uploaded today by the development team with a message denoting the project is in beta status. As far as we all are concerned, these shots represents the final product. Perhaps the jump from Fukushima to Narita was too big a jump for the team. I say go for quality not size if the developer must choose between the two...

Mark Batarina said...

Flightbeam should've done this instead of Denver...

James said...

Completely agree with you

Sid said...

Absolutely agree! Well said DAndre!

Commander-AUT said...

agree!

(i don't start an 11h leg in FSX to approach in FS2004. ;)

Sid said...

+1

Lol :-)

So true! Hope Flightbeam starts doing some of these kind of large Asian airports alongside their US airports series someday soon.

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