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I am so happy Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of Train Sim World on the Xbox One. This railroad simulation game comes with three main areas. Those three areas are Rapid Transit, Great Western Express, and NEC New York. Train Sim World is a massively large installation. It took a lot of time for this game to install. Then it takes forever for this game to load a level.

Train Sim World bugged me for an email account multiple times when I first got into this game. I denied it until this game finally got the hint and let me actually play the game without allowing them to spam advertise to me. We can take photos, ride along, or drive the trains in Train Sim World. The first level we play in Train Sim World is a tutorial. Which is good. My problem is remembering everything that needs to be done to get the train to move.

Train Sim World has some complex controls. Moving around is easy. Getting the train to move, stop, and move again takes time to learn. I got stuck in Train Sim World multiple times. I had to restart, and take the tutorial again. The tutorial directions are good. There are verbal and written instructions with Train Sim World. The written instructions are white on white so they are hard to read.

If you play in a foreign country you will hear their language in certain places. These machines are extremely complex. I found them very difficult to operate at first. Train Sim World should have reminded me of what needed to be done in the first few levels after the tutorial. I like how Train Sim World looks. There is enough to do to keep families engaged for a few weeks. Especially learning the controls.

There are all kinds of things to see and do in Train Sim World. The learning curve in Train Sim World is a cliff face straight up. Once you learn it you should be good. I value Train Sim World at twenty dollars brand new. I enjoyed playing this game even though I go stuck multiple times. I would love to see more games like Train Sim World in the near future.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Dovetail Games
Developer: Dovetail Games
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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