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Tokyo Wow City Pro by SamScene3D Released for FSX and P3D

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SamScene 3D today released Tokyo Wow City pro for FSX and P3D. The new scenery package covers the capital city of Japan and features all the seasons to ensure that regardless of time of year you’re flying, you get an accurate representation in the sim.

The developer actually released a copy of the city earlier on, but this is the ‘pro’ version which costs a little bit more, but comes with a host of additional features. There are now over 30,000 autogen buildings, night lighting throughout and regions within Tokyo are now much more detailed. This includes Shibuya, Ginza, Ueno and Osaki.

Here’s the full comparison between the two products.

Tokyo Wow City X Tokyo Wow City Pro
Autogen buildings over 15,000 over 30,000
Custom buildings normal much dense
Seasons spring, summer 4 seasons
Night environment only some buildings +illuminated satellite ground textures with light freeway
Tokyo bay bridge default custom made
Tokyo area in high details simple design high details area: Shibuya, Ginza, Ueno, Akihabara, Ikebukuro, Roppongi, Asakusa, Shinjuku, Osaki, etc
Landclass textures one style three styles with color correction
Frame rate good  good
Updates in future none free

Tokyo Wow City Pro will cost you €19.99 and can be purchased directly from their website.

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Tags : CityJapanSamScene3DSceneryTokyo
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