Mobile Train Simulator Densha De Go (New) - Ongakukan - PSP






 

Mobile Train Simulator Densha De Go (New)

Realistic rendition of three rail lines utilising FMV to very impressive results with plenty of familiar landmarks. The key to gameplay is to keep the right speed so as not to be dalyed or overshoot the platform with horn honking. Strangely compelling as driving the stops all stations train on time is a mighty challenge, but one you can't put down. The stations include three lines on the Tokyu network: the Touyoko Line running between Tokyo and Yokohama, the Denenchoufu Line and the Oimachi Line. Not just realistic graphics, but sounds too for the eight train carriages.

Brand new.

Publisher: Ongakukan
Game Type: Simulation
Console: PSP

Japanese release - may only work with Japanese hardware.

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