Discussion in 'Dovetail Live Article Discussion' started by DTG Natster, Nov 11, 2020.
1st generation numbered 201 to 289.
Ew, the 1st Generation...
It would make more sense to develop the Euroduplex. Even because it's also driving on the Munich-Augsburg Route in Real-life...
We would have to label all games like that. Let's keep our fingers crossed for Adam's team. It was promised, it will be fixed. We will see
That's strange, I have never felt the need to say that to myself. And, judging by the general feelings on here, I cannot see many others have either. Still nothing like exaggerating to get a point across!
It's not an exaggeration when they release broken over priced content continually and do nothing to address the problems. But hey feel free to act like it isn't a problem and keep happily sending them your cash so they don't feel a need to fix things. Lol.
I am happy to purchase what I want, when I want, I don't need to justify myself.
You obviously haven't seen the roadmap, if you had you would know they are looking to address problems and fix bugs. Lol!
I think the minority of players feel like the poster above me who claims this should be called a beta, they are the fairly sizeable portion of the forum dwelling folks, but the majority of players aren't forum dwelling folks and are totally happy with the game, from what i can imagine, not everyone ever playing will ever show up here.
I have the same. These DLCs cost less than the alcohol I drink every Friday. Even if I limit myself to the tutorials only, it is cheaper per minute of use. Fully acceptable costs.
We're getting another article today!
Sounds good to me
Thanks for the information Anthony.
Release date: 10 December with Cyberpunk 2077
https://live.dovetailgames.com/live/train-sim-world/articles/article/tsw2-building-the-tgv-duplex Since the link to the discussion thread from this article leads back here, I guess we can discuss it here. Duplex definitely looks interesting, even the scenery is more populated and closer to the final product than in the first article. Some very interesting details in the article about the unit. One downside, however, seems to be that the train actually comes with only one livery, no OuiGo and most importantly no blue/silver SNCF livery... seems like a missed opportunity in this already limited variety.
Monder it should send you to the correct thread now, which you can find here.
Ah, works now. Probably came to the article in some transformation state.
It's not a perfect idea, to be honest
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