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simwestSOCAL Spooky Sale


simwest wants to celebrate one of our favorite holidays by giving an opportunity for sim pilots to enjoy flying throughout Southern California, USA at an exceptional value.  Since Halloween falls on October 31st we are offering simwestSOCAL now through October 31st at a discount of 31%!

simwestFOTOREAL series takes the typical, flat photoreal scenery and kicks it up a notch by hand-crafting millions of custom placed buildings, vegetation, night lighting and even seasonal winter snow in mountains to take you to the next level of immersion.

An intro video can be seen at:



You can get your copy of simwestSOCAL exclusively at the Store at Flightsim.com



Designed for both P3D and FSX versions, the simwest goal is simple - provide performance, immersion and enjoyment.

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simwestFOTOREAL series
Photoreal scenery you'll want to fly thru, not over


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How's this compare to other SOCAL sceneries?

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MSE SoCal is one competing scenery.  I have that one plus have Orbx SoCal.  Orbx SoCal has many compatibility problems that extend from KLAX to KLAS (Las Vegas).  Once you fix the compatibility problems, Orbx SoCal is great.  I do not like programs that you have to manually fix after purchase though.  They know the issues and could easily update the scenery.  MSE SoCal V3 is the one I use and I really like it.  I don't care for Autogen or trees though.  So unrealistic.  Some of the trees and autogen is bigger than buildings and trees in the area.  But I guess it gives a sense of realism when at lower altitudes.

I have not tried SimWest SoCal but, looking at the images that come with the product and video, it appears to be on the same level as MSE SoCal.  MSE SoCal is awesome if you turn off Hyper-Threading in the BIOS to get rid of the blurries.  I'm sure SimWest's version would look the same.  With a discount of 31% I would suspect SimWest wins as MSE SoCal is about $30.  SimWest's version is currently about $21 with the 31% discount.

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