[FSX] Paulo Ricardo FSX – Mega Sao Paulo Game ##BEST## ⏩
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[FSX] Paulo Ricardo FSX – Mega Sao Paulo Game
Overall, the product is a great example of some imagination and hard work. With the odd exception, it is a very attractive product for FSX. If you are looking for an area that will impress with its detail when it comes to scenery, I will recommend this product. However, if you are looking for a city that is more about the flight than the surroundings, you may find the lack of detail limits this product. As always, the verdict is left to you. Personally, I think that for around half the price of the So Paulo scenery from Laminar Research, you can get a product that is better. I also recommend checking out their South East Asia product that is very good value for money.
Sao Paulo is a HUGE city and no matter how hard you try to fit in a very realistic airport in the city, the airport on the ground will be impossible. So my advice is that if you want to fly across the city and you arent looking to get lost, then I suggest you fly into the waterfront areas where the buildings are shorter and the rooftop and surrounding area will give a more realistic simulation when seen from the air.
Overall, however, the scenery was excellent and the customer service was great. Considering that this was his first release, Paulo has done a fantastic job and the product is easy to use. The scenery has a low weight and the textures are highly detailed. In addition, you can make changes to the scenery at your leisure to suit your needs so, for me, this product is worth the £25.00 plus postage.
A HDR file can be downloaded as well as an.SMD file if you want to use the Northrend Skies scenery. HDR files are only required if you intend to use the Northrend Skies scenery, but are not required for most users of Mega Sao Paulo South america.
the stadium is the home of the sao paulo fc soccer team. the famous pentacampeao, or five sided, was completed in 1997. it is the largest roof in the world, covering an area of nearly 114,000 square meters. the main pitch is 105 meters long and 56 meters wide.
the first game of the 2013 season was played on january 12, between flamengo and corinthians. the first goal was scored by the home team in the 30th minute. the match ended 2-0 for flamengo. after the end of the match there was a mass brawl involving fans of the two clubs. the fight, which started inside the stadium, involved hundreds of people.
in the last game of the 2013 season, supporters of rival clubs vasco da gama and atletico paranaense engaged in a mass brawl that sprawled across the terraces of southern brazils arena joinville stadium. the game was televised on the nationwide globo network, and viewers watched in horror as fans stamped and kicked at the prone bodies of their rivals. as long as things continue like this, fans should stay at home and watch games on tv, said juca kfouri the next day. they often do the average crowd in the top division of brazilian soccer is a puny 14,000, lower than in major league soccer. violence is frequently cited by non-attending fans as a main reason for staying away from soccer stadiums.the same stadiums to which, starting on june 12th, hordes of soccer fans will swarm for the world cup. but will officials be able to hide the dark side of the jogo bonito, the beautiful game
todays show: homo ludens is on view at galeria luisa strina in so paulo through saturday, november 5. the group exhibition, curated by ricardo sardenberg, shares its name with the book by dutch historian johan huizinga and translates to playing man. as sardenberg writes in the shows press release, the homo ludens goes back to the cave and suggests the contemporary artist as some sort of super-mediated cave painter. the exhibition includes work by bas jan ader, alexander calder, cildo meireles, ernesto neto, and dieter roth, among others.