Reviews and Problems with Sid Meier's Railroads!
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For Kids *and* Grownups
6 July 2014
Summary: Very addictive game. I have played hours upon hours now and neglected my family and chores in the process. I finally backed off and now play it every once in awhile. Most of it is XML file driven and I learned how to edit the files to change various settings along with adding industries, goods and cars to the original maps. This kept the game "fresh".
Summary: Helps me unwind after a stressful day. I enjoy the graphics and motion. The challenges are pretty good and it's been a great value for the money. Certainly worth it if you enjoy these type of games.
Summary: Awesome product, arrived quickly. I worried it would be too much bulk and the flip cover would be a hassle, but I've found it only stops me from doing things I shouldn't be doing anyway (mainly looking when I receive a text while driving)
Summary: Returning Railroad Tycoon player. Simply put, this game satisfied my itch to play a railroad strategy game. I would have been extremely disappointed if I had paid original price. Although the graphics have improved dramatically on this edition of the series, the game play is limited and it still crashes. As long as you don't expect or pay much, you may be able to satisfy your itch. Railroad Tycoon II is better if you have a system that can still play it.