X Plane 10 Global - 64 Bit & 32 Bit (PC DVD) [UK IMPORT]
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1. Installation: X-Plane 10 comes in 8 DVD each of which holds approximately 7.5 GB. If space is an issue for you, then select only the regions you would like to fly. For me, I have the global version and installed all regions. The installation was straight forward and took about 3 hours. Once the installation was completed, another 1 GB of online updates were installed.
2. Controls and Joystick Setup: Fairly simple setup of your saitek controls (Rudder, Throttle and Yoke). All my saitek controls installed as clean as a whistle. No issues whatsoever. One big plus in x-plane is that it allows you to map all actions to your controls, buttons on yoke and/or keyboard. You really have complete control over assignment of controls which is great. Also, I had no issues installing my TrackIR 5 camera which works as expected with x-plane.
3. Application Menus: The application menu in x-plane is a bit unfriendly for the first couple of times you launch the software, but you will get used to it after a while.
4. Performance: X-plane truly unleash the power of 64bit machines as advertised. I have an alienware desktop and I had all rendering options set to max; the results were astonishing and my frame rate was on average 100 over a period of 3 hours of flying around complex scenery. I must add that the water waves animation is wonderfully simulated. Very realistic.
5. Scenery: This is the best part of x-plane; the scenery is absolutely breathtaking and the highways, cars, night lighting is seriously as real as it gets.Amazing landscapes, trees, water textures...etc. This part alone is worth the money I paid for the software.
There is a huge downside to scenery though when it comes to airports, runways and taxiways. This part is virtually non existent in x-plane. You will need to invest in some payware airports if you wish to have a realistic experience from gate to gate.
Also, there is no push back option in x-plane which is very surprising, but you can download a free add-on that will provide just that. I still think that this option should ship with the product out of the box.
6.ATC and Traffic: Well I didn't really test this part well yet, but the ATC voices are very realistic, they sound like real people, but the AI Traffic is absolutely miserable. The "Plausible" thing is somewhat stupid in my opinion and you would occasionally see some aircraft taxing where they should not or parked where they don't belong.
7. Airplanes: x-plane ships with about 30 or so and personally I think the Cessna 172 is most successful. The interior of the out of the box plane is not what I would expect having seen how good the scenery is, but you purchase payware airplane which have very detailed textures that are high resolution too. The default 747 was a real disappointment for me. You will seriously need to invest in good payware airplanes to really enjoy flying in the x-plane world. There are some really good options out there.
8. Weather System: The weather engine in x-plane is truly remarkable. The mist, fog, clouds, and rain are very realistic. The one thing I was not too fond of were the 3d clouds as they appear to be low in resolution.
9. Add ons: There is still very little add-ons for x-plane, but what exists I believe should suffice at this point as x-plane is really a great simulation environment out of the box.
Final verdict: Yes, go ahead and get x-plane, and I think with time it could be my favorite flight simulation software. This product seriously has the potential, but it does need some work, and fine tuning along the way.
Pretty accurate mapping for retail application.
Like it overall. For the price it can't be beat.
Only gripes are I can't find "learn to fly" books for this application. And regardless of whether you're flying a Cessna 150 or SR-71 full throttle is visually always the same. Would've at least expected flying in a jet the trees would zoom by faster, but they don't. Travel time may be less, but visually all planes move at the same speed.