Reviews and Problems with Railworks 3: Train Simulator 2012
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Railworks 3: Train Simulator 2012
10 October 2011
Conclusion: Train Simulator 2012 has its audience that will appreciate everything the game has to offer. Train enthusiasts will be able to look past the graphics and solely focus on the fact that this game offers an unrivaled simulation. However, every other player that either casually likes trains or is unenthused by locomotives will find Train Simulator 2012 to be an interesting concept that is easy to get into, but is often too complicated and dry to offer up more than a few...
Excerpt: So, yeah... driving trains, be they steam, electric, or diesel. Coupling cars, uncoupling cars, loading and unloading passengers, and making sure the trains run on time. By driving them yourself. It's an obvious niche product, but was it able to grab my interest nonetheless? Read on.
Excerpt: Railworks 3: Train Simulator 2012 is exactly what it sounds like. The player can drive a commuter train along a rail and then move on to delivering freight from one rail yard to the next. Enthusiasts can download new routes and locomotives to expand their experience. Train Simulator 2012 already has BNSF, Union Pacific, Canadian National, and a new partnership with Amtrak to allow for new passenger routes to the many North American routes.
Pros: Trains modeled in great detail, Beautiful scenery, Many trains/routes
Cons: Dull presentation and play, High barrier to entry
Conclusion: „Train Simulator 2012 klade na hráče poměrně vysoké nároky. Pokud vás ale vláčky baví a jste ochotni do simulátoru investovat desítky hodiny, odmění vás hra úžasnou grafikou a spoustou nezapomenutelných zážitků.