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The Ultimate Rail Hobby


Train Simulator fully immerses you in a World of trains, transporting you to a place where you decide what to do, where and when. Experience the challenge of mastering a wide variety of different locos and learning the routes in every direction. Unlock your creative potential using powerful tools to create your very own routes and scenarios and enjoy your collection from the perspective of the driver, passenger or railfan. Whatever you love about trains, Train Simulator has it covered.


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Departing Britain’s capital from London Waterloo through Britain’s busiest station, Clapham Junction, and traversing the picturesque route through the Surrey Hills and South Downs National Parks, Portsmouth Direct Line brings a unique experience of one of the busiest commuter networks in Britain.


Begin your career as a virtual train driver or engineer, driving or operating some of the world’s most amazing rail-bound machines.


Discover a world of amazing vistas, diverse railroads and railways, including challenging locomotives and trains.


Create living worlds with easy-to-use comprehensive tools and share them with your friends and other players.


Build a dream collection of routes, locomotives, trains and rolling stock with a vast array of content on the Steam store.

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Title: Train Simulator 2019
Genre: Simulation
Developer:
Dovetail Games
Publisher:
Dovetail Games - Trains
Franchise:
Train Simulator
Release Date: 12 Jul, 2009


Minimum for 32-bit:

  • OS: 32-bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1, 8.1 or 10 Required (Other OS versions and types are not supported)
  • Processor: Intel Core-i3 4330 3.50 GHz Dual Core or AMD A8 6600K 3.90 GHz Quad Core or Better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti or AMD Radeon R9 Graphics with 1 GB Dedicated VRAM or Better
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Network: Broadband Connection (May incur additional costs for use)
  • Storage: 40 GB or more available space (Additional Add-Ons will require more)
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Audio Device
  • Additional Notes: Requires mouse and keyboard or Xbox Controller
  • Laptop, Notebook, Mobile or Low Power versions of the above specifications (including Intel or Integrated Graphics) may work but are not supported. Updates to Chipset, Graphics and Audio Device Drivers may be required. For information relating to recommended specifications for Train Simulator 64-bit, please refer to the Train Simulator 2019 User Guide.


English,French,Italian,German,Polish,Russian,Simplified Chinese




So many negative reactions here from people who had absolutely no reason to purchase Train Simulator in the first place. If trains and railroads don't interest you in some way in real life, then why buy a train simulator?

Train Simulator is for a very small group of people who really enjoy and share a hobby, this is not just some PC game for them. Many of us even have special train controllers, ultra-wide or multiple screens, TrackIR, etc... it's very much like the people who are really into flight simulators, just with trains.

A regular gamer doesn't understand the amount of DLC for Train Simulator either. Those who are into Train Simulator only select the DLC of trains, eras and countries that interest them. Almost nobody is interested in all the DLC, everyone has their own preferences, a lot of this depends on what kind of trains they like in real life. The DLC are the actual ''simulators'', they're kind of like ''separate games'' and Train Simulator is just the software they all run on.

The name confuses people too, Train Simulator 2019. Train Simulator (Railworks) was developed many years ago. Every year they make some changes to it, but it's always the same software. The 2019 version is the first where you can play on 64-bit instead of 32-bit, so that the program can use more memory.

Many people really enjoy TS2019, but if you're not interested in trains, then don't buy a Train Simulator. Because that doesn't make much sense and many of your ''reviews'' just look silly.. very disappointing full of lag and crashes a lot and the routes you have to buy separately which very expensive most of the routes are around \u00a325. I purchased this game on sale having absolutely no experience, virtually or physically, ever driving a train. I was also put off by the staggering number of recent negatives reviews for this game and the mixed reception overall, where many people complained about the lack of optimisation, DLC quantity and price points, graphics quality, and generally poor experience offered in TS 2019. However, the prospect of parting with \u00a37.49 for almost \u00a3120 worth of content was simply too tempting for me to pass up; having played it for a few hours, I'm glad I did.

These days, the shear amount of games, and entertainment in general, is absolutely baffling. It's good to see these simulator games surfacing as alternatives to the modern, popular, and horrendously archetypal features that seem to demand our constant attention. TS 2019 provides, in my opinion, a great experience to the world of vintage and modern locomotion in a well-simulated environment with a huge range of options to customise the experience you as a player want. Instead of viewing the 514 items of DLC as a negative, as the majority of reviews I read have portrayed, I see this as a HUGE <\/b> positive: you as the player can choose exactly <\/i> how much of this content you want to complete your experience. Whether that's \u00a37.50 or \u00a37500, it really doesn't matter to me; your hobbies are your business, as are your finances.

I suspect a small number of negative reviews address the issue of accessibility. I will preface this point by readdressing my entry into TS 2019: "absolutely no experience." <\/i> TS 2019 offers an extensive tutorial to operating all types of locomotives and understanding the signals on the railway and how to respond to them in the Academy mode. I emphasise the word extensive; <\/i> it took me a couple of hours to finish all the Academy tasks, and I'm very glad I did. Without it, I would have never completed my first real driving scenario. Having said that, I completely understand the perspective of an individual who simply doesn't have the time or the patience to undergo this level of virtual schooling. However, given the TS 2019 genre and demographic, it would perhaps be prudent for such individuals to evaluate whether or not such an experience would be 'up your street', so to say.

Finally, I will address performance issues. My TS 2019 installation is stored on a 240GB SSD running on a Ryzen 5 2400G CPU (4 Cores @ 3.6GHz), 16 GB RAM (2 x 8 GB @ 2400 MHz) and an ASUS Radeon R9 290 DirectCU II graphics card (GDDR5 4 GB @ 1000 MHz): a fairly respectable system I've upgraded gradually over a few years. As indicated in the System Requirements for TS 2019, the 64-bit edition offers greater performance for my Windows 10 machine thanks to the additional memory allocation. The game runs at a smooth frame rate and delivers acceptable visuals, but nothing spectacular.

If you are interesting in trying out train simulation experiences, I would say this is a great place to start. For those of you with more experience, perhaps explore what this game has to offer before dismissing it on the points mentioned in the horde of negative reviews.. If you like simulation games and driving trains then this is the game for you. It is fun to play. You'll find your favorite routes and trains over time. DLC is often on sale. Definitely recommend waiting to buy any DLC on sale. With hundreds of trains and routes to buy, you can spend thousand of dollars to get what you want. Just be patient and shop wisely.

The view of the upcoming signals is EXTREMELY limited as well as the view of upcoming speed limits. This will cause you to occasionally run a red light or speed on a track.

The point system of the game is unforgiving. Every misstep causes you to lose point continuously until you correct the issue. Negative points are removed for speeding and running late, for example. You only get limited points for stops that are called for. Each scenario has a max of 1000 points. While it is possible to achieve, it is also possible to do horribly and get negative overall scores. Your score for each scenario adds up to your level. I haven't seen any reason for leveling up though.

The game is heavy on the PC. You do need a fairly hefty set up. With my current set up, I still lose frame rate and the graphics will stutter especially when the train crosses an area with a lot of catenary wires crossing the screen, e.g. near a main station.

Graphics <\/b> 6\/10 (Decent)
AI Quality <\/b> 2\/10 (Horrible. There's no real need for traffic AI, cars just sit there at the RR crossings. People AI are choppy and walk like zombies. Nothing but the train is interactive when driving.)
Gameplay <\/b> 6\/10 (Depends on the difficulty of the route. Some routes are very frustrating.)
Replayability <\/b> 10\/10 (With so many routes and trains available, it could be endless. The vanilla game is rather limited though.)
Difficulty <\/b> 6\/10 (A lot of different signalling to remember from each country. Signaling and signage hard to see at a distance. Most trains drive fairly similarly.)
Story Line <\/b> 3\/10 (No real story line. Each scenario has a little blurb of what you must do or why you are on this route, but it is mostly insignificant to the drive.)
OVERALL <\/b> 7\/10 (Pretty good. I like it overall. Could use some tweaks.)

PC Specs <\/u><\/b>
OS Name: <\/b> Microsoft Windows 10 Pro; Version: <\/b> 10.0.17134 Build 17134; System type: <\/b> x64-based PC; Processor: <\/b> Intel Core i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz; Memory: <\/b> 16GB DDR4 RAM; GPU: <\/b> NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 w\/ 4.0GB GDDR5 dedicated RAM. Good game, realistic locomotives and quite fun. However, watch what DLC you buy, as some of the DLC is a bit poor and quite expensive. The three routes that come with TS 2019 are detailed and large ones. SWT Portsmouth Direct, Helper - Provo and the West Rhine Railway (in my opinion, i'm not a SWT or US western railfan so the choice sucks a bit).



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