Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Train Simulator
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22 April 2014
Summary: This game has a large following and tons of support online. That said... I felt it was too limited. It seemed very limited in what a player could do. If I wanted to design my own track, or NOT play an adventure it was not worth the effort.
Summary: Its pretty good, but I can't find the track editor on it, I'm not even sure that it has the track editor. The graphics of everything but the train are kind of crappy. Also your the only train that is on the track. There are no underground sub-way tracks.
Summary: The title says it all: Train Simulator. This gives you all sorts of buttons and switches to mess with on Steam, Diesel, and Electric locomotives. It takes a while to get used to it (and it really helps when you turn the so-called "easy" controls off), but it can be quite an enjoyable experience to...
Summary: My husband always wanted a game like this since he is such a train buff. It was to be a great gift for Christmas, but it is always crashing the computer. He can only play certain parts of it and that is a shame.
Summary: This simulator is good, providing you only want to ride and deal with a few trains only. It lacks of sense and proper means to build your own lines or to create a train of your own. Also, is very difficult to find out how you can improve or create new trains.
Summary: Train Simulator is an enjoyable game, but I think train enthusiasts will really get the most out of it. Others will probably find it interesting, but won't find it worth the investment. The game is nicely put together.
Summary: Kuju entertainment developed this game for Microsoft, and it lives up to its name. You can explore six different historical railroads, including Amtrak's Northeast Corridor, Burlington Northern's Marias Pass route, and a section of the Orient Express in Austria.