Train Valley, a title where you are in charge of building railroads that connect cities, villages and industrial centers, will be landing on consoles today. Already the first reviews of this game with trains has appeared online.
The logical game, where our task is to create a perfectly functioning railroad network, has just entered the console market. In Train Valley we have more than 30 different locomotives at our disposal, as well as 5 seasons in the Campaign, in which we will go to the United States, the Soviet Union, Japan or Germany, a story mode and a sandbox mode.
The latter module doesn’t require us to worry about the requirements of the scenario, but instead we expand our rail empire without limits. For the console edition, we instantly receive the Germany expansion already released on PC. The game is priced at about $9.99.
Train Valley Console Edition has already received its first review, which is very flattering. The Xbox Hub website’s review, which ended with a rating of 8/10, praises the game’s large number of levels and very good gameplay design/balance.
On the other hand, some interface and control problems were mentioned as drawbacks (in particular, the cursor is too small, making it difficult to manage our train line).
Also on PC, the game earned high ratings, receiving an average of 7.6/10. While on Steam, as many as 89% of user reviews concluded with a recommendation.
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