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Thread: Say what you will about FS20 - I am VERY impressed

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    Quote Originally Posted by learpilot View Post
    But for anything else the Sim blows !! there aree too many problems right now
    Its ok, I have flown flight simulator with just blue for water and brown and green for earth and a few buildings here and there, and it was ok too.

    So I can live the imperfections. As more people use the sim, the more bugs they will find and it will constantly get better with updates.

    Patience is needed. In the mean time I will enjoy the scenery and wait for the aircraft addons.

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    One analogue nice for both Bush flying and IFR, Mooney Ovation is out already
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    Agreed it's very impressive, but lots of bugs to iron out both at home and at Xbox studios...... My system keeps crashing so only getting sneak previews and I like what I see.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kapitan View Post
    One analogue nice for both Bush flying and IFR, Mooney Ovation is out already
    awesome, looking at a youtube video of this plane

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicagorandy View Post
    I took two flights this morning in my little C152X - One off a listed tiny grass strip airport in the middle of peaceful Amish Country in N/E Indiana to fly over my brother's home, the other off a listed tiny grass strip airport in the N/E Illinois Chain O Lakes region to overfly my son's new lake home on Pistakee Lake.

    Took some screen shots that 'looked like' they were taken from my cell phone in a real C152. Positively stunning recreations.

    The plane flew and reacted to the ground terrain quite realistically IMHO both in sound and in handling characteristics.

    Also IMHO light years ahead of my FSX-SE sim.
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    David, What are your system specs and what is your internet connection speed?
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    I want to add my thoughts here as a person who has been flying sims on and off since 1982. MSFS2020 has bugs and needs further work, but all in all it is a remarkable achievement. I look forward to it being improved over the next months and year(s). It's an absolute blast to fly, and the $100ish price tag is hard to believe.

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    Thanks!
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    This sim has more bugs then all the termite mounds in Botswana but I still love it.

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