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Train Simulator adalah game (simulator) game ini menceritakan tentang bagaimana cara mengendarai kereta api, dari segi Graphic game ini sudah lumayan bagus

Bagi sobat yang suka dengan game simulator, pastinya sangat cocok dengan game
ini apalagi ini versi terbarunya yaitu Train Simulator 2013 pastinya berbeda dengan
Versi 2012 nya. Yaudah langsung saja ini dia.

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Train Simulator 2013: new features

TS2013 also has a new Quick Drive menu where you can quickly choose a train, route and environment, allowing you to mix and match the trains and routes you own, as well as picking the time, weather and season.
Train Simulator 2013 Quick Drive
Yet another welcome feature is Steam Workshop. This is a boon as you can download new scenarios created by other players much more easily than before.
A scenario involves driving a route, picking up passengers from the right stations according to the timetable. Scenarios can also involve yard work where you drive to various sidings assembling a freight train before taking the goods to another destination.
There are various ways of playing TS2013. As well as Quick Drive where you pick the starting and finishing stations, there are also standard scenarios, career mode and free roam.
Standard scenarios are ranked as easy, medium or hard and can vary in length from 15 minutes to a couple of hours. Driving all the way from London Victoria to Brighton will take an hour, just as you'd expect. This is a simulation, after all.
In career mode, you're scored on speed, timing and ride comfort, and there are achievements to be had for all your Steam friends to see.

Train Simulator 2013: Graphics and sound

As it still uses DirectX 9, TS2013 doesn't provide the same level of eye candy as the latest DX11 titles, but it's not bad looking. You'll need a top-end PC to see it at its best, though, as rendering high-quality shadows in big 3D worlds takes a lot of processing power. Railsimulator recommends an nVidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti or better.
Train Simulator 2013 Class 377 Cab
At the highest quality settings, trains look pretty much photo-realistic with windows reflecting the sky and impeccable attention to detail, both outside and inside - at least as far as the cabs are concerned. Some trains have a passenger view, but the insides of carriages look hastily modelled with low detail levels.
The included routes are accurately modelled (as far as we can tell), including stations and landmarks such as Battersea power station. Trackside objects, though, are generally low-resolution affairs, but you'll notice this only if you're admiring the scenery from one of the external camera views rather than driving from inside the cab.
Sound is where TS2013 truly impresses. Each locomotive sounds authentic, down to the signal warnings and horn. In fact, you can only really appreciate just how good the game sounds if you have some decent speakers attached to your PC.
Train Simulator 2013 Cheyenne yard work
Shunting wagons around Cheyenne yard with a few SD40-2s isn't half as much fun if you don't feel the thundering roar of their engines from your subwoofer.
Sounds have been further improved for this version, with more realistic tunnel echoes which fade away as you exit rather that cutting off abruptly as with TS2012.

Train Simulator 2013: gameplay

One of the most welcome features in TS2013 is the ability to save your progress on multiple scenarios. There's no indication in the menus as to which scenarios have savegames, but it's still a big step forward from TS2012 which let you save only one scenario. When you don't want to spend an hour and a half on one scenario, it's a considerable boon being able to save progress and chop and change between a few.
Train Simulator 2013 steam loco
You can make it as hard or easy as you like to drive a train. Newcomers can use the basic controls for accelerating and braking, while those wanting more control can have it. The heads-up display (HUD) can be switched to a minimal view where you'll need to use keyboard shortcuts for driving instead of clicking on the on-screen controls. Hardcore fans can disable the HUD entirely for a 'pure' driving experience.
Most people will need the HUD to keep an eye on the distance to the next station, speed and speed limit.
Train Simulator 2013 full HUD
Most of the time you don't have to worry about changing points - you just need to obey signals and stop at the right stations. When doing yard work, you'll rely a lot more on the 2D view (accessed by pressing 9). This has a few new features, including buttons to show the next task, which is helpful when identifying which siding to collect wagons from, for example.
Train Simulator 2013 2D map
The task list has also had a facelift, highlighting the current task and showing a marker pointing at your next destination, along with how far away it is.
Weather effects are impressive. It completely changes the feel of a route when you're driving the first service in the morning rain and mist, as opposed to a summer's afternoon with perfect visibility. As well as the four seasons, there's also night-time driving which provides more of a challenge.
As some scenarios have you driving at sunset, it's impressive to watch the light fade as night falls and streetlights and houses light up along the route.
The inclusion of electric, diesel and steam trains mean there's something for everyone, whether you want to drive a relatively simple commuter route, from Victoria to Brighton, or ferry tourists around the Isle of Wight in a steam train.

Train Simulator 2013: the lows

Like any game, TS2013 has a few bugs which need ironing out. One is that we heard a lot of 'phasing' noise during our testing, a problem we've seen other users suffer from. It didn't happen all the time, but when it did, it was both distracting and annoying.
We also noticed a few other minor foibles such as trains running into each other instead of coupling when you drive too fast, and messages saying we failed to pick up passengers when we merely arrived late at the station.
Train Simulator 2013 coupling error
A slight disappointment is that those with a second screen can't use it to display the 2D map. Instead, you have to use a single screen and constantly flip between 2D and 3D when shunting. There is support for AMD's EyeFinity, though, so if you have three displays, you can enjoy a super-wide view.

Train Simulator 2013: wrap-up

If you have even a passing interest in trains, TS2013 is a must-buy. It's not a game only for train-obsessives, although it's great for them too. Even if you stick with the four routes included with the game, there's scores of hours of fun to be had with steam, diesel and electric locos.
There's also a wealth of DLC available and, once you're hooked, you'll want new routes and trains to drive. With a big community creating new routes and scenarios, including some free content, there's no shortage of add-ons.
The new Quick Drive mode is a great addition, and the friendlier interface is welcome. It's clear that the Steam Workshop integration is popular as there are already scores of user-made scenarios to download to add more challenges for the routes you already own.

System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • CPU: Processor: 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo
  • RAM: 2 GB RAM
  • VGA: 512 MB with Pixel Shader 3.0 
  • DX: 9.0c
  • Hard Disk: 6 GB]

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