Reviews and Problems with Railworks 3: Train Simulator 2012
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Aaron R. Swindle, Amazon
13 February 2014
Summary: This is a nice piece of software but, know what it is you are buying first! The Train simulator does not exist on the disc, it is a 6.5 gig download from the software's server. If you are running Windows XP I do not recommend it. Some of the features for XP have already been left in the dust.
Summary: You are paying for a box and a disk but the entire game is downloaded and you have to scour all over the internet for an instruction manual for the game as there isn't one anywhere in the box or on the CD. My son likes it but it was very annoying to set up.
Summary: First the bad: long load times, requires steam, limited content provided with base game, expensive downloadable content. The good: my three year old son loves it. Train Simulator has provided many hours of good daddy-son time.
Summary: I am totally disappointed in this train simulator. It takes quite a bit for me to say that, but this game is really misrepresented. After I received my 2012 Train Simulator from Amazon, I quickly noticed that the game had to be played in conjunction with Steam, which is an entirely different...
Summary: I've had this train sim for a while now. It's okay. I often play it with my son and it helps him to learn a bit about trains. The cab environment is very realistic and there are quite a few scenarios to complete.
Summary: I bought version 2 of this game in the steam sale last year it was good to get the latest version 3 or 2012 as a free upgrade. I think the reason for the free upgrade to the next version is that people will buy the extra DLC content so it is good for users to be kept up-to-date.