Got the Steam version. Graphics similar to the others in the series. Physics as bad as ever. Playable however, if you can ignore that gradients don't affect speed and each notch on the CTBC feels like changing gears. Interesting scenery and a whole new idea in the ability to walk around the depot and interact with other characters.
I saw that as it came to my e-mail because I subscribed to Aerosofts updates. Looks good but I would love them to do a deep tube line like the Bakerloo or Jubilee where it incorporates overground and undergound in the Yerkes tube. Would definately by one like that but to be honest, I haven't even played my Circle line on every mission. It just seems to long winded to get going. Shame there isn't a just get in and drive mode.
Just got this and, as always with their stuff its never quite as good as I first think (or how their screenshots look). The Office part is quite interesting, but after a while I just want to get to a menu. It doesn't seem to have the passenger aspect that the Circle had, when you could step into a carriage and travel.
Also the camera views are fairly rigid and you can't just roam around. This is a pity as some of the scenery looks pretty good and I quite like the subtle colours.
My conductor AI doesn't seem to be working either. When I stop in stations a crowd gathers at the train doors, but they don't open and they bunch dangerously at the platform edge.The cab is nice and well worn.
It all seems so constrained compared to our route though.