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    A new release like Trainz 2022 gets the same treatment as TSW? Actually, TSW 2 did better than this. Or is this the last place you want to go looking for customer reviews of the latest Trainz. - Rich

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    Not really a Trainz forum. Better off looking on YT for reviews.
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    Hey Mike, but what is YT? Thanks. Oh, I'm not really looking for reviews I thought a new version of the game would've generated some excitement at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgarber View Post
    Hey Mike, but what is YT? .....
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    Now I feel stupid.

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    Why Rich, none of us knows everything.

    As my old dad used to say. Only a fool or a liar, thinks they know everything.

    Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgarber View Post
    Now I feel stupid.
    Well, you shouldn't, Rich.

    It took me ages to clue into what "OMG" meant back when it first came out in social media.......and a couple of years ago, when my doctor told me that my back pain was due to TMB, I thought I had a serious disease until she said "Too many birthdays, Bruce"!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgarber View Post
    Now I feel stupid.
    Not a chance Rich, you might be older like me and around since MSTS hit the scene but your still a legend in the simulator industry so don't forget that!
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    Hello Rich, unfortunately, it appears that many veteran rail/train simmers left the building long ago, especially, when it comes to N3V products. If you venture on to their forums you'll have the usual fanboy responses that everything is fine and dandy, as many critics of each Trainz game version have either been banned, or, got fed up of all the rhetoric and disappeared (me included). I still get e-mailed by N3V, very recently regarding this particular 2022 version, but, as I have absolutely no intention of obtaining it, I personally couldn't give any type of actual review on gameplay, software/hardware effectiveness, etc, etc, so, I couldn't help you anyway, and I wouldn't have thought you'd get an awful lot of replies on this particular forum to your question.

    Enjoy your fishing.....

    All the best.

    P.S. I still play all of your routes in Train Simulator, so, your talent has and will always be hugely appreciated over the years.

    Cheerz. Steve.
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    Thanks Steve, I do appreciate being remembered like that. I've read all the comments thus far in this thread and none of it is encouraging! lol! I have a desire to create a route something like Philskene's, what he does, but I want to take a little different take on it and see if a group can run operations on it like a model railroad operations session. I'm starting off with something small. And if I can ever get past that N3V guy who just prattles on to death in his tutorials I might live long enough to create this route. I've never seen somebody who can talk so long and say absolutely nothing on the subject he's doing the tutorial on. If I would've thought there be any negativity towards Trainz is that that particuliar guy is the worst to put up with. I have watched some guys who have done good tutorials I just happened to pick this guy instead of searching out some good ones. My mistake. Anyway, no dynamic brakes, really? I got the track laid at least but now I got to raise parts of it so I'm looking how to raise track.

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