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Le meilleur vient encore de s'améliorer ! RailSimulator.com repousse une fois de plus les limites de la simulation avec Train Simulator 2013 !
Date de parution: 26 sep 2013
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Acheter Train Simulator 2014 - Standard Edition

Inclut les 4 articles suivants : Train Simulator 2014, Donner Pass: Southern Pacific Route Add-On, London-Faversham High Speed Route Add-On, Hamburg-Hanover Route Add-On

Acheter Train Simulator 2014: Steam Edition

Inclut les 6 articles suivants : Train Simulator 2014, Donner Pass: Southern Pacific Route Add-On, London-Faversham High Speed Route Add-On, Hamburg-Hanover Route Add-On, Sheerness Branch Extension Route Add-On, Southern Pacific SD70M Loco Add-On

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22 août 2014

Add some iconic UK locomotives and routes to your collection this weekend and make huge savings in our Best of British sale. Hurry, offers are for a limited time only. Find out more here:

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BR Class 35 out now for Train Simulator

21 août 2014

The mixed-traffic Class 35 diesel-hydraulic locomotive is now available for Train Simulator in BR green livery.

The hydraulic transmission fitted to the Class 35 locomotives gave them their affectionate nickname of ‘Hymeks’ and, at the time they were built, were the most powerful diesel-hydraulic locomotive operating with a single engine. They were popular sights at the head of semi-fast and freight trains across the Western Region of the British rail network during the 1960s.

A total of 101 models were produced by Beyer Peacock between 1961 and 1964, although their operational life was relatively short – withdrawals began in 1971 and were completed by 1975. A total of four locomotives have survived into preservation.

The Class 35 for Train Simulator is available in British Railways green livery and is a former Iron Horse House model, which has been updated to TS2014 standard, including new scenarios and improved exterior modelling. Also included are BR Mk1 passenger coaches in chocolate and cream livery.

The locomotive is also Quick Drive compatible, giving you the freedom to drive the BR Class 35 on any Quick Drive enabled route for Train Simulator, such as those available through Steam. Also included are scenarios specifically for The Riviera Line: Exeter-Paignton route (available separately and required to play these scenarios).

Find out more on Steam - http://store.steampowered.com/app/258677/

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Steam Workshop


Désormais, vous pouvez trouver, télécharger et noter facilement des scénarios pour Train Simulator 2013, directement par le biais de Steam.
Le Workshop de Steam permet de chercher très simplement du contenu spécifique ; vous pouvez aussi effectuer une recherche en fonction de vos zones d'intérêts, ou bien pour un tracé ou du contenu additionnel spécifiques. Une fois que vous avez trouvé ce que vous souhaitez, cliquez sur le bouton "S'abonner" et la prochaine fois que vous jouerez à Train Simulator, les scénarios feront automatiquement leur apparition.
Vous pouvez même voir ce que vos amis ont ajouté en favoris. Les concepteurs de scénario apprécieront aussi le processus simplifié pour rendre disponible leurs travaux directement sur Steam. Bien sûr, ce qu'il y a de vraiment excitant, c'est de créer votre propre scénario.

À propos du jeu

Train Simulator 2014 delivers everything you love about trains with the exhilaration of speed, stunning graphics, a variety of trains, real-world routes and challenging assignments. Whether you love driving trains, creating new routes or just watching the landscape fly by, your journey starts with TS2014.

TS2014 includes three stunning routes for you to enjoy. Experience the super-modern London-Faversham High Speed route, featuring the stunning London St Pancras Station and sleek, streamlined Southeastern Class 395; alternatively, take charge of a Dash 9 at the head of a heavy freight train across the mountainous Donner Pass or the streamlined ICE 2 through beautiful German countryside from Hamburg to Hanover.

Drive: Embark on a fun and rewarding career as a train driver.

Explore: Drive a wide variety of trains on iconic routes around the world.

Create: Easily build and share fantastic routes, and download more created by other players.

Collect: Build your dream collection with a host of additional routes and trains.

Train Simulator 2014: Your Journey Starts Here

Key Features

  • 12 stunningly accurate locomotives with realistic sounds, controls and physics including Southeastern Class 395, Southern Pacific Dash 9 and DB ICE 2
  • 3 Fantastic real-world routes including London-Faversham High Speed, Donner Pass and Hamburg-Hanover
  • EXCLUSIVE Steam edition includes an additional seven mile 'Sheerness Branch' line in Kent (London-Faversham High Speed) and two extra locos (Class 466 and SD70M)
  • Drive with Xbox 360 controller, keyboard or mouse
  • Integrated Steam Workshop free mission download centre
  • Enhanced graphics and performance
  • New Career System to score your driving, win achievements and join the global leader board
  • Quick Drive menu system: drive what you like, where you like
  • Access the Engine Driver community site in-game

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processeur : Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz (Core 2 Duo 3.2 GHz recommandé), AMD Athlon MP (variantes multiprocesseurs ou similaires)
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Affichage : Carte vidéo comportant 512 Mo de mémoire vidéo avec Pixel Shader 3.0 (AGP PCIe uniquement)
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 6 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Compatible Direct X 9.0c
    • Autres prérequis : Connexion internet haut débit
    • Supplémentaire : Le lecteur Quicktime est requis pour lire les vidéos
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TS 2014 est très beau, rien à redire à ce niveau.
La jouabilité est bonne, aucun bug notable remarqué après env. 10 h de jeu.

En revanche je suis très déçus du peu de "cartes" à disposition dans la version simple du jeu.
Seulement 2 "map" sur les quelles on peut faire plusieurs trajets différents.

Ca a beau être magnifique, on en fait vite le tour.
En fait, si vous voulez profiter pleinement de ce jeu, il va falloir passer à la caisse et payer des fortunes en add-on.

Et c'est bien là l'arnaque:
On nous vend un jeu soi-disant complet, pas si bon marché que ca, avec seulement deux map !!
Autant dire à peine 15h de jeu.
Pas une seule locomotive à vapeur dans le "lot de base", là aussi il faudra l'acheter en plus !
99% des missions supplémentaires à télécharger sur le workshop utilisent un ou plusieurs DLC évidemment payants !

Tant que les créateurs de ce jeu continueront à ne proposer que le strict minimum dans leur version de base (et faire payer le jeu au prix d'un jeu complet), je continuerai de considérer qu'on est à 1 centimètre de l'escroquerie.

Normalement ce genre de jeux à modules payants ont au moins la décence d'être des free to play.
Posté le : 3 mars 2014
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Bon bon bon, etant passioné de Trains depuis assez longtemps et ayant beacoup joué au premier TS, je dois dire que TS 2014, bah... C'est un gros travail baclé.

En effet c'est bien joli d'avoir rajouté les effets de mouvement des trains, de l'angle des rails, etc etc... Mais :
- Portage graphique PC : Mauvais (j'ai une GTX 580 TI et, en gros, si vous avez pas des ordis de la NASA, laissez tomber les graphismes)
- En jeu : Les phares éclairent que dalle (vraiment), la traduction française est douteuse, les DLCs sont hors de prix et douteux (eux aussi) d'ailleurs ils ne sont pas traduits (on se retrouve avec des textes tantôt en Allemand, tantôt en Anglais. N'importe quoi ! Certaines sonorités sont buggées, l'interface l'est tout autant (on est perdu (surtout quand c'est en anglais), certains circuits n'apparaissent pas ou ne fonctionnent pas), etc etc...

Une belle soupe pas vrai ?

Applaudissements à Microsoft pour cette belle blague à 30 € !
Posté le : 20 avril 2014
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Train Simulator est un jeu destiné aux passionnés ou amateurs de simulation. Il est clair qu'il ne procurera pas le même engouement chez tout le monde, mais ceux qui ont toujours rêvé de pénétrer une cabine de train y trouveront leur bonheur !
L'environnement, quoiqu'ayant parfois l'air répétitif, est complet, agréable et presque réaliste. Veillez toutefois à avoir une machine performante pour un meilleur rendu général.
Les commandes sont simples et à la portée de n'importe qui ; on peut commander un train en n'utilisant que la souris.
Beaucoup de DLC contenant des trains ou des lignes sont à disposition des joueurs, leur seul point faible est leur prix qui peut parfois atteindre celui du jeu neuf ! C'est pourquoi je recommande d'acheter Train Simulator 2014 : Steam Edition qui contient le jeu de base ainsi que 5 DLC pour un prix largement inférieur à celui que vous devriez payer si vous achetiez tout à part.
Vous pouvez créer vos propres lignes de trains dans un environnement personnalisable en y ajoutant le décor que vous souhaitez et les partager avec la communauté WeAreRailFans de Train Simulator.
En achetant Train Simulator 2014, vous aurez accès à toutes les mises à jour et nouvelles version du jeu gratuitement, incontournable si vous comptez poursuivre l'aventure avec TS2015 !
Enfin, quelques erreurs et divers bugs en jeu sont à remarquer, comme, par exemple, le plantage de certaines missions qui vous renvoient à l'écran d'accueil.

Train Simulator 2014 reste, cette année encore, le meilleur simulateur de trains du marché et je ne peux que vous le recommander !
Posté le : 13 mars 2014
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Ok I've spent an embarrassingly long amount of time in this game so I think I can say a thing or two about it. There are really nice things about it and really awful things, the latter being more abundant but I'll still split this into a pros and cons review. I will admit that until fairly recently I thought this was a good simulator until I learned more about how locomotive systems actually work and found alternative simulation programs. This review is based on what I now know. Also I feel I should mention that I almost never run Steam Locomotives, so I can't comment on that aspect.

Here's what this game does RIGHT:
-GRAPHICS: To my knowledge, better than other trains sims in terms of lighting, quality of objects/models, and simulation of movement (head/cab shaking)
-AMOUNT OF ADD-ONS: Yes, I'm counting this as a pro, but only the availability aspect. See below for everything else about DLC. There is a decent variety of content, albeit only for UK, US, and GER.
-ROUTES: Some (SOME!!!) of these are really well made and scenarios from the workshop make them better.
-WORKSHOP: Integrated much better into this game than others (such as a mod made by someone named Garry). There is some really good content on here from users who care about making good scenarios.

Here's what this game does WRONG:
-Complete disregard for quality control. Majority of available DLC should not have been released as-is. This applies mostly to older routes (those have drastically improved lately) and nearly all locomotives. More info on this below.
-Refusal to fix bugs. I don't think ONE problem that I have with my content has been fixed since I first got this game. What does get “fixed” is stuff no one gives a dookie about like the passengers having their clothes change depending on the season and “improving” their AI on platforms. I swear to god this was one of the embarrassingly small number of changes DTG advertised from 2013 to 2014, and even that just broke more things (now passengers will float in mid-air and run around in little circles!). Only other change I can remember them saying was the menu interface. Wow, thanks. So glad that got worked on and not the completely broken air brake simulation.
-Accuracy of simulation. To my knowledge... not so good. Brake systems behave completely wrong. Slack forces between cars are unpredictable and inconsistent. Amperage vs. engine speed often seems off.
-Price to play. DLC is way overpriced (ALL of it), and the base game comes with almost nothing, so you're forced to buy more add-ons if you want to have any fun and be able to play scenarios from the workshop. Seriously this is the worst part. There is no excuse for the cost of add-ons. They cost as much as full games which require 200x more work and testing and NEVER get cheaper. Sure once or twice a year a handful of them will go on sale, but what's the point of that if during this last March Madness sale I saw DLC where the original price was raised before taking the 20 or 30% off. I face-palmed instantly.

While there are definitely some good things here (the base engine of the game is fine), all the problems that are continually piles on top of them completely cancels those few pros out and renders me unable to recommend it to fellow train enthusiasts and simulation fans.

It also seems like DTG has disabled the ability to review DLC (because no one would buy it), so here is a bonus review of the DLC I have been (for the most part) SUCKERED into buying.

-CAJON PASS: Bad. Lack of signage, bare minimum of buildings in towns, no smooth gradient changes, a few turns where the track speed is dangerously high, no track speed reduction for crossovers.
-DASH 9: Absolutely horrible. LCD's in dash display NO info, traction is too powerful, sounds are weak, brake cylinder pressure is always 0 on HUD, dynamic brake is so overpowered it will derail your train at over 25%
-EAST COAST MAIN LINE: Lacking detail in scenery. It's just OK.
-F40PH CALI ZEPHYR: Terrible physics, same dynamic brake problem as Dash9. Luckily there is a 3rd party fix from railworks america. Rolling stock included drags as if the handbrake were stuck on each car.
-LONDON-FAVERSHAM HIGH-SPEED: Short route, but very detailed. Signage is good and dynamic signaling system on CTRL works well. Included stock is pretty good, although sounds for the class 395 are really bad. Overall this one's pretty good.
-LONDON-BRIGHTON: Like this route, class 377 has good physics but no 2-tone horn. Annoying.
-MARIAS PASS: I really like this route, can't really say anything bad about it. This was about the turning point for route quality. The included GE ES44DC is also one of the best locos for the game. It's the only one I have where the dynamic brake works like it should. Other systems work better than most, but still aren't perfect.
-MUNICH-AUGSBURG: Same boat as London-Faves. Short but detailed, PZB/LZB is good. Comes with ICE-3 so you don't have to buy it separate.
-PACIFIC SURFLINER: Route itself is amazing. Very detailed and accurate, the best one I own. The EMD F59PHI included has major problems with physics and air brakes. Exterior sounds are good, interior bad.
-NEC/ACELA: Complete lack of signage, impossible scenarios, unsmoothed gradients, track speed too high at some points. Acela has problems such as auto brake-blending not working. AEM-7 is decent.
-PORTSMOUTH DIRECT LINE: Decent length route with acceptable detail. There are many branches on the route that are unfinished which is very weird. Included rolling stock has horrible physics especially with the brakes. I dare say they don't work.
-CLASS 70: Horrible physics all-around, impossible scenarios, nice model and exteriors sounds though...
-DONNER PASS: Nice and long, detail is OK, scenarios are terrible (some impossible), included locos are really bad.
-HORSESHOE CURVE: No signage at all, no track speed reduction for crossovers, included locos have worst physics ever, location markers are confusingly named, stock scenarios are decent.
-ISLE OF WIGHT: Terribly short for price, impossible scenarios included, no detail on or in rolling stock.
-RURH-SIEG + SEEBERGBAHN: Just bad. Don't get either. Also no workshop scenarios.
-SD70 VOL.2: I was so mad after I bought this. All the same problems as Dash9 plus more! The head and ditch lights don't actually emit light! I don't get why this is so bad when the SD70-M that was included with Sherman Hill was fine.
-SHERMAN HILL: This route's pretty good, signage is decent but not much detail in towns. Included rolling stock and scenarios are pretty good. Lots of workshop support.
-SP GP20: Hands down the best locomotive for this game (probably 'cause it's 3rd party). Physics are great on traction and all brake systems, sounds are nice, startup procedure emulation, engine overheating, etc. all adds more realism than any other add-on. This is a must-have if you want real simulation and proves that the base game system CAN support good simulation; just that no effort goes into the content!
-SP/UP SD45: Physics are okay, offers more in-cab interaction than most, sounds are bad (except exterior engine). Needs more scenarios, barely any in workshop.
-WEST COAST MAINLINE NORTH: This route is pretty good except one major problem—the track speed on most of it is DANGEROUSLY high. Like so high I feel I'm going to derail when going 30mph under. I don't know if the curves are supposed to be banked or if the speed is just wrong. Class 86 is one of my favorite locos to run because of the tap system.

That's all the DLC I own. I've been afraid to buy any more since the last two I bought were really bad. And that's too bad because I really do want some of the new routes and locos that have come out recently, but I would hate myself if I gave DTG any more money and would probably go crazy if they turned out to be bad, which there is a great chance of that.
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Le contenu du jeu est à la base inexistant. Comptez sur les DLC pour que jeu ait un minium de contenu. Hélas ces DLC sont hors de prix. Envie de faire un voyage ? c'est 25 euros...

Très déçu par ce genre de comportement d'édition de jeux vidéo.
Posté le : 18 mai 2014
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Bien sympa, Malgré que les développeurs font des DLC Payant à tout va, et extrêmement cher en plus de ça !

Dommage quil manque de scénario de matériel roulant français, vivement le multi.

+ Bon concept, si on achete un train simulator on aura tous les autres gratuits (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 ect)

Je recommande.
Posté le : 17 janvier 2014
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