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Thread: EEP Eisenbahn - Simulation Eisenbahn-Simulation On Steam

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    I haven't even had it installed since March Steve. The shine soon wore off, it's not very realistic from a prototypical point of view and i regret asking family members to waste money on it.

    I cannot fault Trend for their customer support though, it is excellent.

    Mike.
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    Fair enough, thanks for letting me know Mike.

    Cheerz. Steve.
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    No problem Steve, i would never presume to tell anyone what to buy.

    But i would offer the advice, that you would be wasting your money, buddy.
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    That's why we always value your input Mike, you don't waffle you just get straight to the point, I might have been a trifle disapponited to learn that it's not worth obtaining now, but, there's always the next PC game to look at just around the corner.

    Take care matey.

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    You might value it Steve, no-one else does. hehehehehehehe

    A lot of the loco's do not have cab views buddy, there is no driving using the controls in the ones that do have them.

    Just a rudimentary system, like the simplified driving in Trainz.

    Really it is more of a model layout simulator.

    On top of that nearly anything over what you get as standard, is payware DLC.

    I mean everything, scenery, buildings, people, road vehicles as well as loco's and rolling stock.

    Just an example of one of the categories on their site, Steve.

    https://eepshopping.de/1032-eep-modelle-gleisobjekte
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    On top of that nearly anything over what you get as standard, is payware DLC.
    Looks like nothing changed from when I had the earlier version some years ago, micro payware gone beserk IMHO!
    Vern.

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    Spot on Vern, my interest in it faded very quickly.

    Mike.
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