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KATL - ImagineSim vs USA Update

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I bought the ImagineSim version when it came out. Personally, I think the new version in the USA update is better, but that's just my opinion. Thought I'd post some comparison pics for anyone interested.

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Whichever you prefer, you've got to admit the USA update one is pretty fine for a built in airport.

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I don't know if it's just me but the Asobo Updated version wins... 

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I have to agree. The USA updated version looks great, and in fact does seem to look better than Imaginesim. I do have Imaginesim KATL for P3D and like it a lot, but I see no reason to get it for MSFS.
 

Cheers, Pete


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I also agree, the Asobo version looks much better!


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I like the asobo version for the old skool red and white terminals. Why did Atlanta changes these to gray is beyond me haha


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ASOBO's version FTW


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ASOBO's version wins hands down. I think that ASOBO did an excellent job with all 4 enhanced airports.

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This and the lack of quality airliners are the main reasons why I will not buy any scenery for MSFS, other than FSDT KORD which I bought yesterday on sale. There seems to be no telling as what airports pop up on a daily basis that rival or even surpass their payware counterparts.

Cheers, Pete

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50 minutes ago, PilotPete99 said:

This and the lack of quality airliners are the main reasons why I will not buy any scenery for MSFS, other than FSDT KORD which I bought yesterday on sale. There seems to be no telling as what airports pop up on a daily basis that rival or even surpass their payware counterparts.

Cheers, Pete

Hi Pete,

yep, there's some rubbish out there but there's also some fantastic stuff. LFSB from FSDT is stunning, for example, and I've already got half a dozed from Aerosoft and they're great. And you can generally never go wrong with Orbx. Got a few good freeware ones as well, to be sure.


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2 minutes ago, andy1252 said:

Hi Pete,

yep, there's some rubbish out there but there's also some fantastic stuff. LFSB from FSDT is stunning, for example, and I've already got half a dozed from Aerosoft and they're great. And you can generally never go wrong with Orbx. Got a few good freeware ones as well, to be sure.

For sure, and since I have just about every FSDT, Flightbeam, LVFR and Flytampa airport and many of these are available at discount prices for the MSFS Version. I have done a few quick flights around FSDT KORD but I tend to get bored after a short while. I am really looking forward to a quality airliner and then my wallet will start to get lighter.

Cheers, Pete


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1 hour ago, Alcides Segovia said:

word not allowed. I spent money for nothing.... That's what I feel like now. And then no one makes a nice KEWR for me..... 

Shhh happens. The only two airports that I would recommend upgrading is KORD when on sale & KDEN. They are cheap and awesome!

The ASOBO version are all very good.

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It looks like Asobo is better, but for those having ImagineSim's already, how good/bad is it's performance wise?.

Cheers, Ed


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