Wing Creation 的东京成田国际机场(RJAA) 发布了!

刚刚消息,Wing Creation通过Simmarket终于发售了大家期待已久的东京成田国际机场,不过大家看看价格,真是贵呀!

 

下面摘自百度百科:

东京成田国际机场(Tokyo Narita International Airport),简称成田机场。国际航空运输协会(IATA)代码为NRT,国际民航组织(ICAO)代码为RJAA,位于日本关东地区,距东京市区68公里之遥的千叶县成田市,是日本最大的国际航空港。东京成田国际机场年旅客吞吐量居日本第二位(第一位羽田机场),货运吞吐量居日本第一、全球第三。成田空港是日本航空、全日空、美国联合航空公司、美国西北航空公司的亚洲枢纽港。根据日本机场分类法,成田机场与东京羽田机场、大阪国际机场、关西国际机场和中部国际机场统一划分为一类机场。

 

一些官方截图,其他的截图希望各位购买了的分享下自己的截图 https://forum.vatprc.net/uploads/emoticons/default_smile.png" alt=":)">

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已入,不过截图要等明天早上到了RJAA才能上…

樓上 壕得真快  

看起来很卡。

希望不那么卡就可以接受!

现在这几个日本一类机场基本上都有FSX的付费地景了 https://forum.vatprc.net/uploads/emoticons/default_biggrin.png" alt=":D"> 现在还差一个大阪国际机场,好像还没有吧!? 找个好机会看看啥时候把RJGG中部国际也入了!

 

不过大阪难道也像东京有两个一类机场?大阪国际机场和关西国际机场?以前只知道关西国际机场饿。

 

Yu

日本机场这ICAO code还真有意思… RJAA RJBB RJGG RJTT RJOO RJFF RJSS 还有其他莫?…

 

哦知道了。那就跟他家做的RJTT一样咯… Q得很… 主要特点就是卡…仅仅这一点是最不能接受的,抹灭其他任何好的地方。

 

RJTT的话 可能使用其他一家公司做的 也许更好。

RJBB双跑道地景哪里有?FSX的

看起来做的很精细啊,很不错!

Q得很+1…不过他那个只提供盒装版而且价格还贵的要死的设定令人更无法接受…

其實這價格真讓人退步,

 

FSTD也沒那麼貴,

 

品質有他們好麼?

WingCreation是个日本公司,定价估计也是按着日本的消费水平定的吧…RJAA 4600日元相比Technobrain那个6000日元的RJOO来说比较公道了…

分享个非常喜欢和客观的Review这个Wing Creation的RJAA。 写的很…怎么说呢… 应该是从飞友的角度把心中对此类地景的纠结写出来了吧。

 

分享给大家!因为地址国内被墙,所以就贴出全文来,文中的图片全部移除,阅读起来可能有些文字读起来会显突兀,因为原处应该是在描述插图。

 

以下为全文。

 

ADX FirstLook: WingCreation Narita!

 

FSX/P3D. Well, this is an interesting FirstLook edition. Because whereas I respect and admire the work in this project, I also find myself conflicted. The thing is, I want to encourage developers everywhere to do their best and produce projects they are happy with. With WingCreation, this is a team that has taken on a huge task of developing such a large scale project as their second scenery release. Usually, it’s best to start off small, stay small, then work your way to big scale in the same way we have seen Drzewiecki Design and LHSimulations perform. Here though, I can’t help but feel that the team might have jumped the gun and I don’t want the developer to feel discouraged because my following comments will be quite critical. On the same token, I have to be honest to my readers as it is they who depend on my thoughts and experience. Come with me, we’ll work this through.

 

The tier.

 

Being this is my first experience with a WingCreation product, my first thought runs to: who can I compare this team to? If I had to place this development into the usual tier categories being Blueprint Simulations at the bottom, ImagineSim and LatinVFR in the mid tier, Taxi2Gate and UK2000 in the upper mid tier and FlightBeam and FlyTampa in the high tier, I would place WingCreation in the lower mid tier.

 

But even ImagineSim and LatinVFR are progressing so quickly on their development techniques these days, even they will soon be out of this part of the market.

 

The interesting thing is, the product is actually good, but in a weird sort of way. What I mean by this is: it’s not obvious to me that the usual FS development tools like GMAX or 3DS MAX was used here. The texturing is just too odd looking. It’s not bad, just odd. In fact, for this tier, I’d say the texturing is quite good. It’s the price point that makes it bad. But I’ll come back to that.

 

Ultimately, the project is much better than I expected it to be. Many developers are just not savvy at screenshooting their own projects as the case is with UK2000.

 
Some textures are quite crisp and others… a bit blurry… way blurry.
 
Start judging for yourself the texture quality and scenery representation. All shots are unedited. Only re-sized.
 
I really love the attention to detail in areas like this. The roof textures are surprisingly accurate albeit the texturing method a bit odd looking to me. I also impressed by the fencing. Very good work here.
 

What’s going on here? The windows here are practically black. In real world, the windows are slightly tinted but completely transparent. Definitely not matte black like above. I was also disappointed to find there are no window reflections at all anywhere. This should have been developed for FS9 as well.

 
The modeling work is nearly perfect.
 
I have seen better jet bridges. But I have also seen much worse.
 
I liked the custom vehicles.
 
What I also liked was all hotels and office buildings in the area were added. Indeed, there is a lot of attention to detail which I believe has been represented to the very best of their abilities.
 
Here is a look at the ground texturing. You be the judge.
 
Far out.
 
Zooming…
 
Zoomed!
 
The scenery blends perfectly with FTXGlobal.
 
The night lighting is not bad but leaves much to be desired.
 
Okay. As I mentioned earlier, I don’t want this developer to be discouraged by my words here. If anything, I hope it will be taken as constructive criticism. There are not too many developers in our market, many have left and few are coming in. The last thing I would want is for a new developer who has worked so hard on a project to feel discouraged. The work on a visual scale is actually very good for a brand new developer on the scene. There was clearly much effort that went into this project and the detail is obvious. I respect the attention to detail and the fact that each and every single building was researched and included in the scenery. Nothing was left out. In some areas, I even saw photoreal textures which suggests the team was at some point onsite. The question here is: did this team jump the gun perhaps a bit too quickly to fill a heavy demand for Narita? Was a project of this scale taken on too soon? Because this team is clearly talented and clearly has a passion for the work they are doing. Just thinking back to their first release earlier this year, the quality levels do differ a bit. Again, in cases where I come across projects that are far less than perfect, I look at the price point and then determine if the quality matches its price. The lower the price, the better the quality redeems itself. In this case however, the price point is just far too high to justify the purchase of this product taking into account the pricing level rivals some of the very best developers in the business. In the case of LHSim Budapest, that was a product priced too low. Again, my opinion. Now when it comes to finally having a decent rendition of Narita, this is definitely the airport you want to buy because it will be a long time before we will see another. Besides, most of the people flying here are going to be PMDG TripSeven headz who will be spending far more time staring at the FMC than the scenery. These guys are mostly expecting the airport to represent itself as it should. For the buildings, runways, and taxiways to be where they should be. The only thing those folks have to do is justify the price. But there is also the issue of night lighting that bothered me as well. Custom taxi lights but default runway lighting and no environmental window reflections. According to Dom, with the PMDG777, he got good performance but a couple of OOM’s during the approach process. For me, the frames were not good at all. Using Carenado’s brand new Cessna Grand Caravan EX, my digits remained in the lower teens to the single digits with really bad stutters. I also had scenery loading issues which made parts of the scenery appear grey and textureless as it tried to keep up. I am expecting my readers to inform me if their performance was better/different. So what do we have here? Well, for a first attempt at a project at this scale, it is indeed impressive. But I would like to see the team go smaller with their next project and put more focus on texturing techniques and performance while working their way back up. There is much talent in WingCreations and I am very happy to see the home grown Japanese team tackle the much needed region. I think at the right pace with good airport selections, this team honestly could be among the best in the future. My advice would be: don’t take on too much too soon and analyze the market. $46.80USD without VAT (the cheapest anyone can buy it for) is a lot to ask from any scenery developer. Best make sure the quality lives up to it. I believe this team has the ability to create amazing sceneries so long as they keep going and keep improving. I hope, they will. You can purchase the project here:http://secure.simmarket.com/wing-creation-inc-narita-international-airport-rjaa.phtmlHappy Flighting!

 

 

这个貌似有点贵。。。

看起来很漂亮啊,绝对不便宜