Review: A-Train 3D: City Simulator (3DS) « Nintendojo

Nintendojo: Natsume is primarily known in the West for its Harvest Moon titles, so it was refreshing to see the company spread its wings and bring A-Train 3D: City Simulator to our shores. With some unique presentation elements and a robust suite of features, A-Train tries to set itself apart from other simulation titles, but ultimately it suffers from many of the pitfalls that tend to hold the genre back. A-Train is an intricate, layered game that will reward players, but only if they have the patience to tackle its voluminous introduction and slow pace. The glut of material to observe and familiarize oneself with will prove insurmountable for most, making A-Train too daunting to recommend without reservations.

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