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Thread: Hey Vern...ZUSI 3 soon for release by Aerosoft!

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    Doesn't cut the mustard for me Bruce. I can do network operations with OR if i wish buddy.

    Does it do activity and route creation for that money Vern, it needs to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    But it is a superb simulation of train & network operation within that country.....and that is the one thing which sets it apart from the rest.
    Indeed it is, and it has - bar none - the best A/I of any trainsim I've ever encountered. And all programmed by just one fellow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Does it do activity and route creation for that money Vern, it needs to.
    The editing suite is part of the programme, Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawmut View Post
    .....all programmed by just one fellow!
    Carsten ? I can't think of his surname offhand, but he has taken ZUSI to the point where it is now used professionally and I think he was aiming at that point all along.
    A very clever, and dedicated, man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    .....£55 possibly a bit rich for my taste ...
    Fifty-five POUNDS?!!
    Are you sure, Vern?
    That's US$70 and a smidgen under AUS$100.

    If they ask that much for it then I will pass; this is a hobby, not a career!
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    The editing suite is part of the programme, Mike.
    Fair play then Bruce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    Fifty-five POUNDS?!!
    Are you sure, Vern?
    That's US$70 and a smidgen under AUS$100.

    If they ask that much for it then I will pass; this is a hobby, not a career!
    Bruce, this is the page from Aerosoft's website from last month, it advertises that the game will be released on the 18th June, I don't know what the currency exchange rate is between the Euro and Aussy Dollar, but, they will sell it for Euro 59.99, I can only presume that it will be the same price on Steam when it gets released, it might be less, it might even be more, who knows???

    https://www.aerosoft.com/en/train-si...rosoft-edition

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    Whether the editors are user friendly/accessible is another matter of course. Zusi 2 route building required a masters degree in some discipline I don't possess - I could just about grasp the timetable editor.
    Vern.

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    The only masters degree i have, is in stupidity.

    So that lets me out Vern.

    I wouldn't buy it anyway, as i have no interest in european railways.
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    Is there a community of sorts that shares pre-made consists and schedules?
    Edwin "Kanawha"

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