I was looking forward to the cultivation of North West Spain by UZOJUB.
It arrived, I installed it and flying over the Santiago airport (LEST), the first thing that surprised me was the vegetation, nothing to do with the real vegetation!, Which places you in an unknown place (something we DO NOT want) .
I continued flying towards Santiago city. As I was getting closer ... I thought I had made a wrong turn; what he saw was not Santiago. I continued until I saw it completely.
This was not Santiago, this was a messy and chaotic agglomeration of completely new buildings. In a certain area, they were all united forming a grotesque structure. It is not possible to create something so horrible on this city!
I looked at the city from various angles trying to see it with good eyes, to find some resemblance to reality, but the more I observed it, the more horrible it was. This creation is absolutely unacceptable!
Then, I flew to another city 60 km away: La Coruña, but ... the same transformation. Well, that is not a transformation, it is a city that has nothing to do with the real one.
This cultivation of an area that I know well produced such a negative emotional effect on me that 24 hours later I decided to remove it from my Sim
So I asked myself the damage that this tool would produce on important and famous cities such as: Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, Paris, Berlin, also on the city "Dresden" by the artist schnuffelduffel (Marco), and ... on Manhattan?
Please IZOJUB (Michael), don't you think of taking this as negative criticism towards you. I have a high concept of you, but with absolute frankness, that tool that creates that uniform vegetation and that destruction of cities, that aberrant architecture, I think it should not be used, especially in cities, much less in famous cities that we have on this planet. I know it's a game, but in this game, we all aspire to a great resemblance to the real world, and that tool destroys the real world.
Of course, this is just my point of view; you are very free to do as you please.
Kind rgards: Delfin