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The latest release from Roussillon Aéro Simulation for RailSimulator.com’s Train Simulator 2012 covers the British West Coast Mainline North add-on, also requiring additonal purchases on top to use all the scenarios. If you are a fan of modern British traction, however, and have all the requirements, Railworks Activities No.9 has a further 10 activities to keep you occupied and test your driving skills. For more information, including a video, please click here.

Another one for those of our readers who are fluent in German, Halcyon Media have just released the Gold Edition of their “ProTrain Perfect 2” rail simulator in both download and boxed versions. No, the product isn’t available in English, so we’re slightly baffled by why the title is in English rather than German, but for those who can read the manual (or have no intention of doing so!), the sim includes a number of different German Railways locos, rolling stock and routes in one package.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7qdy6A5aZc We know from comments received via the publisher’s various sources that a lot of people are very taken with the Horseshoe Curve route. This includes developers Roussillon Aéro Simulation, who have published another 10 activities to keep you occupied. With a number of various difficulty levels and, unusually for TS2012 add-ons, not listing a number of other products required before you can use this one, full details and purchase information can be found here.

Trains and Drivers are back, offering more products to our train driving readers in the run-up to the Christmas season, and indeed they are back en-masse! Following on from their previous three releases for The Port Road (UK) and the US North East Corridor and Horseshoe Curve routes, they have now added volumes 3 through to 6 of their non-NEC packages. Volume 3 covers the Canadian Bay of Quinte route in 1980, Volume 4 is back to the UK and the 1960s on the Bath to Templecombe route, Volume 5 adds more scenarios to the Horseshoe Curve route and finally…

The first existing DLC for RailSimulator.com’s “Railworks 2” package to be updated to the new Train Simulator 2012 platform has been released, along with a new add-on for the route and a package deal for the collection. The Northeast Corridor pack, which was the final RW2 DLC to become available, covers the route between Boston and Washington DC, described by the developers as the “United States’ premier passenger railroad line”. The base pack itself, currently available at 33% discount through the Steam online store, covers 90 miles of track and includes a single AEM-7 locomotive plus stock. Additional to the…

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncsi2piTNxE For those that like their simulations on rails, as well as in the air, RailSimulator.com’s Train Simulator 2012 (also known as Railworks 3) has been released to existing RW2 users and will become available later today (10AM Pacific Standard Time, according to the product page) to new users as well. We’ve reported before that Railworks2 add-ons will work on the new platform and that it is a free upgrade to Steam users who already have the previous title. The Horseshoe Curve route, which is included in the Deluxe Edition of the sim for new purchasers should also be available…

With Train Simulator 2012 due out tomorrow, you can already start expanding it the moment it is released, with the new Trains and Drivers Volume 1 – 1960s on the Port Road add-on. Utilising the free Port Road route for Railworks 2 (we’re told that RW2 stock and routes will work in TS2012 by the developers) and requiring the payware Class 111 DMU add-on pack as well, Trains and Drivers Volume 1 provides you with eight new scenarios of varying difficulty to challenge your driving skills in both steam and diesel traction. For full details and to purchase, visit the…

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