Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 Vol 3
I am not a subway person, a train person, or a rail person. Why do I
tell you that? Because I really like Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in
Suburbs #1 Vol 3 on the Nintendo 3DS. This challenging downloadable only
hand held video game is fun for me. Maybe it is my age, or the fact that
I have never gotten that deep into driving a rail vehicle before. I
enjoyed trying to get to the station on time.
The one thing about Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 Vol 3 I am not thrilled about is trying to stop at exactly the right spot. If you stop too early, you have to start again. Stop too far away and you instantly fail. I wish I could have stopped a bit early and gotten a small penalty for stopping too early. These big machines do not stop on a dime. Properly planning is required to pull one over at the station (so to speak).
Families playing Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 Vol 3 are met with four options on the main menu screen. They are All aboard!, Operating Records, Library, and Settings. The music in Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 Vol 3 is fantastic. The images are photo realistic. It looks like the real rail line. At least that is what I have been told. I personally have not been to Japan to verify it. Why not? For one I do not speak the language and would have problems understanding where to go, and what to do.
Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 Vol 3 is constantly providing the player directions on what to do. Things like increase your speed because you are running behind. Or decrease your speed because you are running a bit ahead. I personally like running a bit fast so it gave me time to properly slow down and stop at the station. That consumes time, and most of the time I stopped too early. There is a certain finesse to Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 Vol 3 that an ex-body builder is not always good at.
As I write this review Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 Vol 3 is on sale for $3.99. That is a fair price for this educational, and challenging rail road simulation game. I would love to see all four volumes of Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 release in the physical copy format on one cartridge. I know plenty of people that would get into this hand held video game.
Family Friendly Factor: 85%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Sonic Powered Co
Developer: Sonic Powered Co
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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