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Unread postby eruffins » Sat May 07, 2016 11:17 pm

Brother Shane which sim is better to you and could you please explain why? and of course any of you other train sim fans

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Re: TANE VS TS2016

Unread postby shaneturner12 » Wed May 11, 2016 11:58 am

Personally I've only played with T:ANE but I do have a friend who has TS2016 as well.

From what I've seen of TS2016, most of the essential content on there is payware although there is also some freeware. In contrast, T:ANE is mostly freeware (mainly via the Download Station).

There are still several bugs with T:ANE though whereas I haven't seen many in TS2016 yet apart from some session related issues.

Others here may be able to give more of an insight though.


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Re: TANE VS TS2016

Unread postby spottymarshal » Fri May 20, 2016 7:08 pm

I've only just bought TS2016 so still getting to grips with it but enjoying what I've tried so far.

I've also only just purchased T:ANE and downloading it as we speak, after previously owning Trainz2009 so can't really say yet but did enjoy 2009 so will probably enjoy T:ANE too.


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Re: TANE VS TS2016

Unread postby davies_mike57 » Sat Jul 02, 2016 1:13 pm

Have the steam version of Railworks 3 TS:2012 upgraded to TS:2016 installed on my computer.
At the time of writing this note I'm road testing the software and comparing with Trainz Simulator 12.
Both are very good and entertaining products.
The TS:2016 has some good default routes that was supplied with the original Railworks 3 TS:2012.
Cajon Pass and Castle Rock are two good American routes.
East Coast and Great Western are two good UK routes.
Mike Davies

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