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A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku (English)

Compatible with Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
Version: Japan
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Language  Japanese, English, Cantonese, Simplified Chinese, Korean
A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku (English)
A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku (English)
A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku (English)
A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku (English)
A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku (English)
A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku (English)
A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku (English)
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Item Description

Become the president of a railroad company!

A-Train: All Aboard Tourism is a business simulation game in which you use the railroad to help towns develop.

In the world of A-Train, people gather around stations, gradually developing the surrounding town. As president of your very own railroad company, you are free to build stations and lay train lines as you see fit.

What kind of railroad will you create? How will you develop the town? All these choices and more are yours to make.

However, as company president, your job is about more than just developing the transportation network.

It's important that you decorate your town by establishing subsidiaries and advertise your company to increase your band power. The bigger your company grows, the more freedom you will have to develop the town, bringing it ever closer to your ideal.
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Customer reviews

Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes: 3

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A-Train Hajimaru Kankou Keikaku
This game is extremely difficult. It's nearly overwhelming since there's so much that you're expected to do to complete a scenario. What's worse, the game doesn't always do a good job of explaining the more specific elements of game-play and the controls are a bit on the clunky side but, for some odd reason, it's incredibly addictive. The first time I played it I spent over two and a half hours with the tutorial before realizing I had messed so badly that I needed to start over. I didn't care at all since it's just that compelling.

If you're the type of person who enjoys games with graphs and crunching numbers and actually needing to focus and use your intellect you will love this game since it has a lot of replay value.
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Don't let the cute characters fool you, a pretty deep hardcore city management sim
It's a rather long running series and I had to pick it up with English support.

It's a pretty in-depth (and can be very overwhelming) city / transport management sim that you need to have the appetite to really enjoy. Don't expect a light cakewalk as you'll need to focus very early and fast.
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Fun and different city builder
It’s not exactly Sim City, but it’s still a really fun and different city builder. I really like the Japanese aesthetics and feel of the cities. It’s a nice change. You spend a lot of your time setting up the transportation system, and your city pretty much is built around that. It’s definitely one I’m glad I picked up.
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