Sonic Powered Announced June 8th”Railroad Sim 3D! Train Train Sim 3D EditionIt was announced on Steam. Delivery date is June 23. There is also a Steam store page.
“Railway Nippon Rail Sim 3D” is a work from the “Railway Nippon Rail Sim 3D” series by Sonic Powered. In the series, players operate trains in the area that has been the subject of each action. You can enjoy area travel information by turning off the catchers, starting the train, and running the train. Highlights and sightseeing points along the railway are also listed, making it a small virtual excursion.
“Rail Sim 3D! As the name suggests, the theme of “Rail Sim 3D Eizan Electric Railway” is Eizan Electric Railway. The Eizan Electric Railway is a line that runs to Kyoto. It travels through Rakuhoku, and in the fall, the brightly-dyed autumn leaves are scattered. Passes Through downtown Kyoto and through the beautiful mountains.You can enjoy a train ride in Kyoto with live video in full HD.The action was released for Nintendo Switch in 2019, then released for PS4 in 2020, and will be ported to Steam this time.
The Steam version supports keyboard and mouse operations as well as gamepads. The resolution is 1280 x 720, 1920 x 1080, and the default full screen size is available in 3 stages. It also supports Steam functions such as trading cards and badges on Steam. It also supports Japanese language.
In fact, “Rail Sim 3D! This is the first time that the “Rail Sim 3D” series has been released on Steam. The series was mostly released on Nintendo 3DS/Nintendo Switch.” Rail Sim 3D! It might have been easier to put it on a PC because it was ported to PS4. Various types of train simulator games have been released on Steam. This work has the advantage of enjoying the feeling of travel rather than a detailed simulation. It will probably be a new option for Steam users who are passionate about trains/travel.
Rail Sim 3D Eizan Electric Railway Edition “PC”steamThe version will be released on June 23.
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