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A-Train 3D City Simulator




A-Train 3D City Simulator 


Decades ago I hated simulation video games. They have grown on me over the years. I love creating, and designing my own towns, islands, farms, and more. This is where A-Train 3D City Simulator on the Nintendo 3DS enters stage left. We are in essence the CEO of a transportation company. We have to build the train tracks, set the train schedule, place the trains, watch the budget and more.

I might as well get my one main complaint about A-Train 3D City Simulator out of the way. This is a downloadable only video game on the Nintendo 3DS. I know, how lame is that? This is the kind of a video game that deserves a physical copy release. There is also some sexual content that was not needed. There is also talk about that family destroyer - alcohol.

The graphics are on the small side in A-Train 3D City Simulator. Players can zoom in and get a better look. I spent very little time admiring the towns in A-Train 3D City Simulator. I spent more time moving the time into various forms of fast forward to get to the next day. The assistance appears at certain times(like 9am), and the way to move the mission forward is to complete her task and then fast forward in time to find out the next task.

Watching the transportation vehicles move around town is actually more fun than it sounds. As well as buying and selling land to be able to run the transportation vehicles. Stations where the vehicles pick up and drop off people is one of the many places we can see how we are doing financially. The goal of A-Train 3D City Simulator is to run a profitable business.

I like the sounds and music in A-Train 3D City Simulator. They enhanced the experience and the realism of this Nintendo 3DS video game. A-Train 3D City Simulator does a fantastic job of explaining how to play it. The tutorials are deep and very educational. The game lets players take their time. Complete tasks and missions at your pace (as long as you do not bankrupt the company). A-Train 3D City Simulator also recommends breaks every thirty minutes or so.

Have no confusion about this. A-Train 3D City Simulator is a cerebral game. Players are required to think about what to do. Mistakes can be made, and they can be corrected. Finding the best way of doing things based on the population is very important. Once you have a grasp of how to play A-Train 3D City Simulator, you may want to go into the map editor and create your own scenarios.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Atlus
Developer: Artdink
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Suggestive Themes, Alcohol Reference}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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