Train Valley, in which players construct trains to link cities, villages, and industrial hubs, is launching today for consoles. There is already a review of this production with trains up on the internet, and it was the first one.
Logical Production has only recently joined the console market, and our mission in this game is to construct a railway network that operates without a single glitch. In Train Valley, we have access to over thirty unique locomotives, five distinct seasons in Campania, a story mode as well as a sandbox option, and we can travel to the United States of America, the Soviet Union, Japan, or Germany. In this final module, we are not required to care about the needs of the scenario; rather, we are merely tasked with expanding our railway empire without any constraints. The German localization, which was previously made available on the PC version, is included in the bundle for the console edition. The price of the game is approximately 11.95$.
Train Valley Console Edition has already received its first review, which extols the game’s many positive qualities. The review on The Xbox Hub, which gives the game an overall score of eight out of ten, compliments both the game’s enormous number of levels and its excellent gameplay design and balance. Some issues with the user interface and the control were cited as being among the negative aspects (in particular, the cursor is too small, which makes it difficult to manage our railway line).
Also receiving good marks was the PC game, which averaged 7.6 out of 10. On Steam, the overwhelming majority of user reviews (89 percent) concluded with a recommendation.