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    #16
    Strange to relate Mike... We finally got round to buying a PS5 primarily for the missus to play stuff on. However couldn't resist adding TSW3 as it's on sale. Actually quite good, especially on the big 65" screen. Runs smoother than on my potato PC and the sound seems better too. Of course it's sill DTG with all the baggage and gameplay flaws but wife had to pry me off it so she could get a go on some weird Hogwarts RPG!
    Vern.

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      #17
      Nice one Vern, you heading ever more down the DTG road buddy. Do you have a sound system hooked up to the tv. If not you should be able to tweak the tv onboard sound, to make it even better. My main tv is an LG 55inch, which has all sorts of sound options. Some times it sounds like the movie or youtube sounds are coming from behind me and all around. Just on the internal tv speaker. Spooky sometimes, i hear something, think its the door or external noise. Mute the tv and the noise goes away

      Now now, you leave Mrs M have some fun with that Hogwarts game

      Mike.
      Yma O Hyd

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        #18
        I found the novelty worr off fast, been playing on 64" LG OLED set up for gaming and even in 4k TSW4 starting grinding me down. Installed TSC for 10 mins last night before one go saw me uninstall from sheer boredom. Its DRS and Zusi only now for me unless something drastically changes in the house of DTG. I believe the Trenton route isn't well received either....

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          #19
          Originally posted by Jpantera404 View Post
          I found the novelty worr off fast, been playing on 64" LG OLED set up for gaming and even in 4k TSW4 starting grinding me down. Installed TSC for 10 mins last night before one go saw me uninstall from sheer boredom. Its DRS and Zusi only now for me unless something drastically changes in the house of DTG. I believe the Trenton route isn't well received either....
          TS3 I meant although TSW4 probably being baked or whatever they do....

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            #20
            DRS is my first choice, but sadly with the scenery updates. This old shed of a pc, doesn't handle it very well.

            TSW3 i will never buy, after having the first two versions. TSC i don't mind but never play it for very long, before it feels a bit jaded.
            Yma O Hyd

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              #21
              Originally posted by haverfordwest View Post
              Nice one Vern, you heading ever more down the DTG road buddy. Do you have a sound system hooked up to the tv. If not you should be able to tweak the tv onboard sound, to make it even better. My main tv is an LG 55inch, which has all sorts of sound options. Some times it sounds like the movie or youtube sounds are coming from behind me and all around. Just on the internal tv speaker. Spooky sometimes, i hear something, think its the door or external noise. Mute the tv and the noise goes away

              Now now, you leave Mrs M have some fun with that Hogwarts game

              Mike.
              We used to have a home cinema amp but don't bother now as the TV speakers have that pseudo surround and Atmos. Also the PS5 joypad seems to have a small speaker in it though don't think TSW takes advantage of that. Don't think TSW even has a vibration option.
              Vern.

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                #22
                I haven't been in SimRail for a bit now (or any simulator for that matter). Not sure what your looking for in a sim but prologue is not a good example of what SimRail does have to offer. There is now 500kms of track and plenty of signal boxes. As mentioned by others single player is going to get old quick because there isn't much there. The action is on the servers, but even for myself these days it gets old quick. Not sure how Zusi or anything else beats it in Europe. TSW has plenty of routes if you want to fork out the cash. Each one in itself would get old quick.

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by SurvivorSean View Post
                  I haven't been in SimRail for a bit now (or any simulator for that matter). Not sure what your looking for in a sim but prologue is not a good example of what SimRail does have to offer. There is now 500kms of track and plenty of signal boxes. As mentioned by others single player is going to get old quick because there isn't much there. The action is on the servers, but even for myself these days it gets old quick. Not sure how Zusi or anything else beats it in Europe. TSW has plenty of routes if you want to fork out the cash. Each one in itself would get old quick.

                  Thanks

                  Sean
                  Zusi has random routing and delays all set up by the AI and has a good variety of routes, stock and eras. TSW got a lot of support off me until they started producing awful DLC.

                  Simrail looked good when I first tried the prologue. I may be tempted by a sale.

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                    #24
                    Fair play Vern, but why do you want a vibration option you naughty boy

                    Mike.
                    Yma O Hyd

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                      #25
                      Keep me awake?!
                      Vern.

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                        #26
                        Got to that has it Vern, hahahahaha.

                        Did you see on Facetripe that there is a new emu (EN57) coming for the game. Looks interesting as they first appeared in 1962.

                        Mike.
                        Yma O Hyd

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                          #27
                          Thought it looked like an EN57. Brings back memories of that old MS DOS "Mechanik" sim. Might revive my interest in SimRail when that appears.
                          Vern.

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                            #28
                            I didn't have a clue what it was Vern. Saw what it was in one of the comments on Facetwaddle, then went and looked it up online.

                            Mike.
                            Yma O Hyd

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                              #29
                              We present to you selected things that we are currently working on. 🚂🛠
                              The list does not include foreign routes, trains & bug-fixes

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                              We present to you selected things that we are currently working on. 🚂🛠 The list does not include foreign routes, trains & bug-fixes
                              https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...SIYbL4sRM-VMd7

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                                #30
                                Good to see save game in there, even if checkpoint based.
                                Vern.

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