I've heard conversation coming out of animal pens that is more intelligent than what is going on in here.
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I didn't recognize the track until I saw the "Go DJ" crowd. That shit is everywhere.
Everytime you post something stupid, a baby gets punched in the face. Please be smart, for the children.
TeamHavocRacing wrote:What vehicle is that?
It's mine. Not anything real world. Think if an old school pro lite (Art Schmitt era) mated with a SST and was actually cool and raced in stadiums, not as a sideshow attraction at a street circuit. I have plans for two classes of truck using modern light and midsize truck bodies. We'll see how far I actually get on all of this.
This is a flight sim called Prepar3d (“Prepared”). Voices must’ve been dubbed in or are part of the ambient sounds.
I've looked into switching to this software as a lot of people in the flight sim community have switched to it from FSX. It is the same base game as FSX with slight performance enhancements. Lockheed Martin purchased the rights to it when Microsoft shut down their flight sim development department. It's just so expensive compared to FSX since Lockheed Martin is marketing it as a professional training software. Also the fact that a majority of the add-ons I have for FSX would have to be repurchased for prepared. I will eventually bite the bullet and shell out the cash to upgrade just for the graphics and performance upgrades just to have a nicer/smoother sim.
aaronr5 wrote:It's just so expensive compared to FSX since Lockheed Martin is marketing it as a professional training software.
You aint kiddin, brother!
"Professional Plus License is $2300.00 per license...Lockheed Martin Prepar3D® for serious training where combat scenarios can be rehearsed.
jlv wrote:I disagree with your disagreement.
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