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I noticed the majority of the comments are FSX users who have minimal to no experience with X-Plane claiming their sim is better. Here is my response to you… I fly both FSX and X-Plane. I got a new HP Pavilion and installed FSX onto it. FSX was fairly poor when first installed. Graphics were plain, nothing to exciting. In this video this is X-Plane 10 fresh out of the box. No rendering options were adjusted and no plug ins were added. After plug ins are added to both sims people can debate from there. But when you are comparing your maxed out FSX with a ton of plug-ins and top of the line aircraft, to this fresh out of the box X-Plane 10. You got to be a complete lunatic to think this is better. But bring up the rendering settings and add some high quality plug-ins, and ladies and gentlemen you have quite the competitor.
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I put a lot of work getting this out to you guys. I made it a ‘must do’ on Monday to make this. At around 4:00 I began flying. After flying, gathering clips, editing, and commentating the review I finally began uploading around 11:00. Hope you liked it!
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