Cessna 400 Corvalis TT for FSX/P3D2 reviews
- Media Format
- Immediate Download
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X inc. Steam Edition & Prepar3D including v4
- File size
- 232 MB
In this excellent Alabeo take on the Cessna 400 Corvalis TT, you can finally get a style of this aircraft that feels secure and is easy to manage in every possible way.
Many people find that other takes on the Cessna 400 are quite amateur and limited, but thanks to Alabeo you can make sure you are flying something that takes after its real-life counterpart.
Makes use of the awesome Alabeo G1000 to help you get the greatest level of flight control possible. Offers a finer level of overall flight management than it has in the past, improving your overall confidence when flying.
Superb and realistic material shines make a telling difference to the overall look and image of the flight, adding even more detail to the aircraft. The new shines and reflections go some way to making sure the aircraft looks the best it can within the simulator itself.
Volumetric side-view prop effects look brilliant, offering you a really intensive and detailed design that will make sure you are well on track to finding something different. If you don’t like the normal views then this is a nice touch to have access to, offering something different.
Gauge reflections make sure that the interior of the aircraft feels as effective as the exterior, giving you something that looks – and feels – awesome along the way. The new gauge reflections are just another part of what makes this whole aircraft look and feel as close to the real thing as it can.
Knob click sounds are just another little minor touch, but one that helps to add to the satisfaction of flying this brilliant aircraft.
Windows scratch and blades shine in the sun as you fly around, giving you another little layer of change that helps to make the whole model feel a bit closer to the real thing than before.
Authentic flight behavior that makes sure you are flying an aircraft that is a genuine take on the real thing. Instead of being a poor imitation or using just some of the attributes of the real thing, this goes the whole way using everything from weight and balance to speed and control.
The design is just as impressive, too. The developers have made a high quality 3D model come to life with authentic textures that follow the look and feel of the real thing, offering something different and impressive.
Rated 4.0/5.0 based on 2 customer reviews
Iíll admit, I was drawn in by the thumbnail, but Iím glad I was because this aircraft is great fun. The Cessna 400 Corvalis TT is a really good looking aircraft and Alabeo have done an amazing job reproducing it for Microsoftís Flight Simulator X and Prepar3D.
Initially I wasnít sure exactly which model it was, as you have the original Cessna 400, but then every model after 2013 is built as the Cessna TTx model 240. So I wasnít sure where it fell on the timeline. It turns out, that in this case the TT stands for Twin Turbocharged, which is crazy considering that it already has over 300 horsepower. Like I said, this aircraft is great fun!
The model is really high quality and the textures are absolutely flawless. The specular lighting, material shines and reflections really donít go to waste here; they make your flights feel really realistic because of the way light glides over panels, highlighting the shape of the Cessna 400 and drawing your attention to all of the small details that Alabeo have worked really hard on capturing. I much prefer the low-wing design of this Cessna 400 over those with the high-wing design of other Cessna aircraft, I think it helps this one stand out a bit more.
I was really impressed with Alabeos G1000 glass cockpit. It makes a nice change flying something that has full color LCD displays rather than the old analog screen that so many people are used too. The cockpit is just as detailed as the outside of the aircraft, and it feels really atmospheric with the two large screens in the center console. The cockpit also features some cool sound effects that are actually a big part of why I like this aircraft so much; I never previously considered the role that auditory feedback plays when it comes to really experiencing a cockpit environment.
While I havenít actually flown one of these in real life, I can say for sure that this thing feels really unique, itís not quite like anything that I flown before in a simulator. I can only assume that its performance is true-to-life, considering how well everything else has been put together. I highly recommend this, especially if you havenít tried flying in a glass cockpit yet.
3/5 Verified Purchase
In the Corvalis 400, the main landing gear does not turn on the ground, this problem have a Learjet 35A too, i would like to know how cant to repair this problem