Summary: I bought this for my 6 year old grandson who LOVES trains. It is way too complicated- my son in law who plays video games pften had a very hard time with it. Not for a young kid. Very disappointed.
Summary: My husband has been sitting here playing this game, even currently, as i write this. His own words "I like it-a lot!" He is and his father are railroad enthusiasts with their own layouts, and assortment of model trains.
Summary: My 8 year old son got this for Christmas and can't put it down. Mostly, he just like to put it in sandbox mode and build elaborate tracks with lots of different trains. True, the graphics could be better, IMHO, but I haven't heard any complaints from him.
Summary: While the graphics aren't much to look at and the learning curve for how to play is a bit steep, I found this game to be a much deeper strategy/simulation than it first appears. The simulation not only includes researching higher tech trains, but also upgrading cities, choosing city specialties, and...
Summary: When this product came out I HAD to have it. Since I have always been a great railroad enthusiast I was excited to see a 'train' game come out for the DS. When I finally got it in the mail I stuck it in the DS, read the instructions and then turned on the DS. The opening sequence was great.
Summary: If you say it has bad reviews because not many people like trains, your wrong! You can barely even see the trains . It has game boy color ( which is the first game boy with color.)graphics. You have very limited amount of track . I wouldn't buy this if I were you.