After downloading the game, it seemed to take half and hour to launch the game after it was "setting up assets". Once in game, it was extremely confusing and not clear on what needs to be done. Took several minutes to jump through all sorts of hoops and perform dance rituals to get mutliplayer actually started after having to venture off to a website and signup/register cdkey. Once in the multiplayer, we were able choose from a selection of WWII verterans with beards which appear to be "photoshopped" on using mspaint. The in game graphics were nothing like what was displayed in pictures and controlling the train was far different than what was portrayed initially. Everything looked like cardboard cutouts and yet still performed sluggishly on high-end systems.
Pros: It had multiplayer. Didn't require NAT rules or port forwarding to allow others to join the game. When CTRL+Right Clicking trains, it gave the option to "Run around train"... but my fatting/olding/bearding conductor merely stared out the window of the train in hopes for meaning in life.
Overall: Game did not last long. There was no question for us to quit playing it immediately soon after we started. I wish I could remove this game from my inventory and gift it to someone else as punishment.