TechnoBrain is a name that I can really connect with. As a self-professed computer geek, I feel like I can’t go wrong with a product that comes from the likes of people, who by virtue of their name, are both technological and smart. When TechnoBrain quietly released their take on Tokyo International Airport (RJTT), it was bound to be a product that ticked all the boxes. After spending some time with this scenery, I can confidently say that while the product is smart, it’s not a technological marvel.
Originally available only for FSX (and only in Japan), RJTT is not a new product. Rather, it’s a port of a product that has been available for years to Japanese pilots and any other pilot resourceful enough to get their hands on a copy. Serving an arguably under-serviced simulator geography, having the ability to add Tokyo to your list of destinations in P3D v4 or FSX is an appealing prospect.