|Quoting Kerberos (Reply 1):|
CAE makes commercial and military full motion and other training simulators. This is probably their proprietary graphics system, that someone has decided to label as FSX
|Quoting Jeffry747 (Reply 4):|
What are the chances that FSX will actually look that good, have all of the spectacular effects seen in that vid, and still be framerate friendly.? I have my doubts but I am still hoping.
|Quoting AirPacific747 (Reply 5):|
well you don't know the hardware specs they used to create this video. I
|Quoting Kerberos (Reply 6):
As stated above - this is not FSX, or anything near to what FSX will look like. If you want these graphics, then be prepared to drop several million on hardware.
|Quoting Kappel (Reply 8):|
I wonder if the delay of Windows Vista will also have an effect on FSX, anbody an idea?
|Quoting Continental (Reply 9):|
I was wondering that myself. My guess would be yes, since it's supposed to be one of the games that "launches" Windows Vista. I think they'll wait the extra few months to release it with Windows Vista.
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