Train Simulator 2013
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"Train Simulator 2013 is a must own for anyone remotely interested in locomotives and their model set counterparts." - gamingnexus.com
The best just got even better! RailSimulator.com pushes the boundaries of simulation once again with Train Simulator 2013, the latest addition to the multi-award winning series. Feel the power as you drive some of the world’s mightiest machines on railroads across the globe. Master these heavy duty trains as you complete missions and face fearsome challenges, build your career or simply drive for pleasure. Use the built-in tools to create new railroads, or add to your collection from our huge range of DLC locos and routes.
Fantastic routes including the fabulous Sherman Hill, London to Brighton, Northeast Corridor and Isle of Wight.
Stunningly accurate locomotives with realistic sounds, controls and physics including ES44AC, SW10, SD70, SD40-2, Electrostar, AEM-7, Class 483 and 0-4-0 Saddle Tank.
Enhanced graphics and performance
Interactive maps and task lists
Drive with Xbox 360 controller, keyboard or mouse
Score your driving and join the global leader board with Career System
Quick Drive menu system: drive what you like, where you like
Great Gamejd1088 | June 3, 2013 | See all jd1088's reviews »
To get the most out of this game, make sure you have a gaming PC. However, even playing on lower settings doesn't take away from gameplay. There are trains from just about every era of railroading across multiple continents. There is plenty of DLC to go along with the game as well.
If you love trains, this game is for you.
A good simulatoratze_md | May 4, 2013 | See all atze_md's reviews »
Well I'm not really into trains, but I like simulators in general and a friend recommended this game to me. First I was a bit scared by all the DLC, but the base game was available for a reasonable price, so I thought why not give it a try.
First thing I noticed, it wasnt rly playable with a controller alone. Okay, a train has many levers and things to press, I can live with that. It is okay to control everything with mouse only. The graphics are quite fancy for a simulator. Nothing astounding though. Now the gameplay... Well, it's a very good and accurate simulator. But I think it isn't my kinda of game cause I got bored pretty fast by it.
Overall I rate this a 79. Good simulator, but quite boring and an overwhelming amount of overpriced dlc.
Great SimulatorArthor | Jan. 28, 2013 | See all Arthor's reviews »
I have always loved trains. If could travel by train I did, I collected HO trains and now that I can no longer do either of those I was lucky to try Railworks 3, If you ever wanted too be an engineer now is your chance. This simulation is a satisfying and immersive experience. You can use trains from any era. The controls can be simple or complex you decide. Test yourself on career scenarios or relax n a free roam. You decide. There is also a very large and helpful community and many providers of additional downloadable content.
High quality simulationDukePaul | Jan. 28, 2013 | See all DukePaul's reviews »
This game gets better every year and this last version is good enough to purchase it even if you don't like trains but beware because you need time to adapt, Train Simulator is a very hard game that requires from the player.
Also the graphics are incredible realistic, if you have a powerful PC to run the game in maximum graphics settings is like to see real trains.
The variety of trains and tracks are huge, It will be hard to get bored.
For this awesome price in Greenmangaming, I highly recommend this game to anyone.
Excellent train simulatoroginer | Nov. 10, 2012 | See all oginer's reviews »
If you like trains, this game is awesome. Beware that this game is hard, even the easier scenarios require concentration and good skill. Graphically is beautiful, with very detailed scenarios, and very well done trains.
The only thing it still needs some improvement is the control with the mouse, since it's hard to fine-tune the levers.