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Train Sim World 2 


I am very thankful Family Friendly Gaming was able to play Train Sim World 2 on Xbox Gamepass. Train Sim World 2 can be found on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Train Sim World 2 is also playable on the PS5, and Xbox Series X. There are three main areas in Train Sim World 2. Those three main areas are Sand Patch Grade, London Underground Backerloo Line, and Schnellfahrstrecke Koln.

When a family members starts any of the three areas Train Sim World 2 will take them through a tutorial. After that they get their hand held for the next part of the game. It is pretty lame to force players into the same tutorial when they go from area to area. I know how to move my character in the first person perspective. I do not need to be shown that again. When we get to the different trains that is a different matter.

I got stuck in Train Sim World 2 early on. The game wanted me to adjust some lever. I did and nothing happened. I kept adjusting it until I got it stuck in the reverse and it would not let me move it out of that spot. Yet Train Sim World 2 kept telling me to adjust that lever. Maybe it had something to do with trying to go backwards into a wall and unable to figure out how to stop the engine. I don’t know.

The trains and the areas have some nice details to them. Train Sim World 2 looks nice, and it sounds very real. There are plenty of the same looking people on the trains and walking around the stations. Train Sim World 2 has players do more than drive the trains. We can also stock newspapers, place posters, and more. If you are into that kind of a thing and don’t care that you will miss the schedule.

If you are into train simulation video games then Train Sim World 2 should be up your alley. If you are a casual gamer then you may not get into Train Sim World 2 because of how complex it can get. There are all kinds of levers, switches and knobs that need to be changed in a specific order. Train Sim World 2 is most likely similar to the real job. A job I never want to do in the real world.


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 75

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

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